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Mobile cos to invest USD 1.7 tln into networks ahead of 5G

Monday 8 December 2014 | 16:35 CET | News
Mobile operators will invest USD 1.7 trillion globally in network infrastructure over 2014-2020, much of it on 4G networks, according to GSMA report, 'Understanding 5G: Perspectives on Future Technological Advancements in Mobile,' presented during the GSMA Mobile 360-Europe event. As GSMA prepares standards for 5G, 4G still only accounted for 5 percent of the world's mobile connections. Penetration as a percentage of connections reaches up to 69 percent in South Korea, 46 percent in Japan and 40 percent in the US, but lags in the developing world at a 2 percent penetration rate. The arrival

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: GSMA-India
Countries: World
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