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On Dec. 14, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), led by Republican Chairman Ajit Pai, voted to repeal regulation passed in 2015 that prevented broadband companies from blocking or slowing access to websites or services. The move was met with opposition from consumers and tech companies, and now, individual states are responding with their own legislation in response.
What has happened since the regulation has been repealed?
To learn more about how the repeal of the law or the proposed bills may affect you and your business, contact a Simplified agent today.
5G technology, the next generation of mobile internet connectivity, is expected to launch across the world by 2020, bringing three types of innovation: greater speed to be able to move more data; lower latency to improve responsiveness; and the ability to connect many devices at once. While many are focused on what they will be able to do with faster smartphones – 5G is expected to provide average download speeds of 1GBps – others are looking toward the innovations 5G will make possible.
“5G will be the platform for invention,” says a PSB Research report commissioned by Qualcomm. The survey found that 91 percent of worldwide respondents expect 5G to generate “new products and services that have yet to be invented,” and 87 percent expect new industries to emerge.
It’s predicted that 5G technology will bring opportunity to many industries:
5G will also contribute to the Internet-of-Things through machine learning and artificial intelligence, and its evolution will be used with appliances, alarm systems, health monitors, parking meters and traffic signals as well as for ultra-fast wireless delivery of video and data files.
To learn more about how 5G will work with older generations of technology, contact a Simplified agent today.
Most mobile consumers today use 3G or 4G/LTE networks. Introduced to the public in 2001, 3G ushered in the smartphone era, while 4G/LTE, introduced in 2009, provided the high-speed connections that make it possible to stream high-definition video on our phones. The next generation, 5G, is expected to be available through some carriers as early as late 2018, with expanded access expected in 2019.
5G is projected to bring three main benefits:
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