The ITU (International Telegraph Union) has announced an official roadmap for 5G mobile development and defined a new standard for its vision. Although the ITU has released few actual details, widespread reports say that 5G means up to 20Gbps speeds, a 5G Olympics, IoT advances and more.
New approaches to regulation and infrastructure funding are required to promote digital inclusion and to close the ‘digital gap’ between industrialised economies and developing economies in emerging markets.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the United Nations agency for information and communication technologies, has just marked its 150th anniversary as one of the driving forces spreading the benefits of new communications technologies around the globe.
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