Smart Cities And 5G Should Cooperate Instead Of Clashing
Law360, New York (July 28, 2017, 4:55 PM EDT) -- “Smart City” initiatives and fifth generation (5G) wireless connectivity, two concepts that are integral to widespread internet of things (IoT) deployment, are on a collision course. Gartner predicts there will be 25 billion connected devices by 2020; Cisco predicts 50 billion. If sufficient bandwidth is going to be available to support these devices and the related IoT applications, cellular companies are going to need to efficiently and cost-effectively deploy 5G infrastructure.
In order to maintain signal strength for 5G wireless connectivity, cellular companies will utilize small cells and will need more wireless infrastructure and towers within close proximity of one another...
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