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5G to be ‘crowded playground,’ conference hears

News | 05/31/2017 5:35 pm EDT
From left, Wireless World Research Forum chairman Nigel Jefferies, Freedom Mobile senior vice-president of technology services Brian O’Shaughnessy, Lemay Yates co-president Johanne Lemay, Ofcom’s director of spectrum Philip Marnick, and Nokia’s executive director of strategic innovation projects Jonathan Segel participate in a panel discussion at the 5G Huddle on March 31.

GATINEAU, Que. — New entrants and existing service providers that haven’t traditionally delved into the mobile wireless market could find opportunities to take advantage of 5G and available spectrum, participants of the Wireless World Research Forum’s 5G Huddle were told Wednesday.

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