5G Will Power the Next Evolutionary Step for the IoT

Posted February 17, 2021 | Industry | Technology | Amplify
The emergence of the IoT has led to a need for different characteristics and technical capabilities in cellular networks, which have continued to develop and will, with the emergence of 5G, address the key needs of the IoT. And with more and more “things” connected, leading to significantly higher connection density, the risk of interference increases. This has been another historical challenge to the IoT that 5G will address. All this means that 5G will enable an entirely new range of applications.
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Agron Lasku
Agron Lasku is a Partner at Arthur D. Little (ADL), based in Stockholm, Sweden and a Cutter Expert. He leads ADL's Telecommunications, Information Technology, Media & Electronics (TIME) practice in the Nordics. Mr. Lasku is a strategic advisor to clients globally on strategy, innovation, and transformation within a wide range of industries, including telecommunications, IT, transportation, media, manufacturing, healthcare, education, and the… Read More
Hariprasad Pichai
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Rebecka Axelsson Wadman
Rebecka Axelsson Wadman is a Principal at Arthur D. Little (ADL), based in San Francisco, and a member of ADL’s Strategy & Organization practice. She specializes in strategy and organization development with a focus on growth strategy (including M&A and transaction support), market entry, and business model innovation. Ms. Axelsson Wadman has deep industry expertise in healthcare and life sciences, telecom, as well as private equity and… Read More
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