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5G technology is about much more than just connecting people

April 15, 2022

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5G-powered digitization promises to accelerate connectivity-led transformation in an increasingly hyperconnected world, ushering in a new range of possibilities for both individuals and enterprises. The transformative approach of 5G is pushing for an open standards, disaggregated, and cloud and edge-based approach for building networks.

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