Infrastructure, spectrum sharing may be key to 5G roll-out - ComCom

Jonathan Underhill
Fri, 31 Aug 2018

By Gavin Evans Aug. 31 (BusinessDesk) - Sharing infrastructure may be important in improving the economics of 5G mobile services and speeding its take up across the country, the Commerce Commission says. The new technology is considered necessary for the wide take-up of automated services – such as transport – and increasing use of smart technologies that can monitor and self-manage everything from industrial services to farm machinery and home energy usage. “New mobile technologies like 5G will benefit consumers but we are checking wh...

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