In just a couple of years, the fifth-generation mobile network will be commercially available, promising better connections, faster speeds and lower latency, for those living in a hyper-connected world. It’s processing power, for example, has the potential to move us to the ‘haptic web’, the vision of an internet world where the single touch of a sensor can be felt and intercepted by a computer running in the cloud.
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Remember how long it took for IPv6 to go anywhere? 5G is no different.
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warning: long slow explanation (but interesting)