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The combination of 5G with AI, IoT and edge computing promises to take industrial automation, smart grids and telemedicine to a whole new level and impact the competitiveness of companies, cities, and countries.
If pundits are right 5G will create global economic value across industries of $13.2 trillion by 2035 and usher in a veritable sea change. But as large organizations are discovering, getting there won’t necessarily be smooth sailing.