by Strategy&, part of the PwC network

The promise of 5G

The advent of 5G networks promises to transform how we live and work with increased connectivity and lightning data speeds, but who's set to benefit the most? Rolf Meakin, Partner, Strategy& shines a spotlight on some of the boosts that 5G will bring to industries such as health, manufacturing and agriculture, whilst Karime Kuri Tiscareno, Project Lead, IoT, Robotics and Smart Cities, World Economic Forum outlines how businesses, governments and civil society need to partner up to maximize the benefits and mitigate the risks of this new enhanced connectivity.


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