Telecom companies in the US are in a fierce battle to be the “first” to deliver 5G technology. Verizon launched its 5G broadband internet on October 1 in Houston, TX, Sacramento and Los Angeles in California, and Indianapolis, IN. AT&T claims to have made “the world’s first” mobile 5G millimeter wave connection after a test in Waco, TX.
Not surprisingly, there are doubters who challenge these claims; still, 5G networks are all the rage around the globe, and European and East Asian countries, Australia and India are all in various stages of development of their own 5G infrastructure.
But, amidst all the frenzy surrounding this cutting-edge technology and its promises of driving IoT innovations, small business owners are more concerned with the nitty-gritty of their enterprises. How much will an upgrade to 5G network, whether it’s for home or mobile, cost compared to the current 4G? Will the outlay see a tangible benefit to the business? Is it worth the money to do so?
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