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5G still in ‘hype cycle,’ WiFi to drive home connectivity for a while: Intel

Briefs | 11/07/2018 1:35 pm EST
Intel's Lance Koenders addresses the ISP Summit in Toronto on Nov. 7, 2018./ Photo by Ahmad Hathout.

TORONTO — It will be a long time before the home network is replaced by the dense connectivity that 5G is expected to provide, an Intel Corp. representative said at an industry conference on Wednesday.

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