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The 'race to 5G' is a myth



elecommunications providers relentlessly extol the power of fifth-generation (5G) wireless technology. Government officials and policy advocates fret that the winner of the "5G race" will dominate the internet of the future, so America cannot afford to lose out. Pundits declare that 5G will revolutionize the digital world. It all sounds very thrilling. Unfortunately, the hype has gone too far.

 

5G systems will, over time, replace today's 4G, just as next year's iPhone 12 will improve on this year's 11. 5G networks offer significantly greater transmission capacity. However, despite all the hype, they won't represent a radical break from the current mobile experience.

 

First of all, the "race to 5G" is a myth. 5G is a marketing term for a family...
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Commemoration of 3 Kurdish activists shot in Paris


Thursday, Kurds saluted the seventh anniversary of the assassination of 3 Kurdish women activists in France.

 

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Susan Rice: U.S. has ‘sold out the Kurds’ with Syria move


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Who are PUK's new leaders?


The PUK's has elected two young new leaders and started its new era of political and party activities.

 

The Leadership Council of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan in a meeting...


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