Report: U.S. falling behind in 5G (Audio)

Theodore (Ted) Rappaport, founding director of NYU WIRELESS and the David Lee/Ernst Weber professor of electrical Engineering at the New York University Tandon School of Engineering at 00:59.

… Ted Rappaport says there is a good reason why local state and fed governments should buy in. “The winners are going to be the leaders of the global economy”, [he said]. Rappaport predicts new business centers will flock to whichever company develops the most robust 5G network first. He points to companies like Lyft and Uber as examples of new opportunities that have emerged thanks to the US winning the 4G race.

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