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President of Sprint business tells us about 5G, T-Mobile, robots

By Eric Zeman


Latency is the most powerful aspect of forthcoming mobile 5G networks, says Jan Geldmacher, president of Sprint Business, and may usher in the true age of the internet of things.

Smartphones became truly powerful after the dawn of 4G networks. The improved speed and capacity of LTE 4G connections gave phones the juice to power myriad applications and services. It was a watershed moment.

Now, nearly a decade later, the industry has reached another landmark: the launch of 5G. It’s easy to overhype 5G, and Geldmacher didn’t want to overdo it, but it’s safe to say he’s excited about the possibilities.

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Source:: android authority


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