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24 June 2021: Samsung Networks, which was launched early in 2021, has struck a deal with infrastructure supplier PLUS ES to support the deployment of Samsung’s 5G technologies. Given activities from other 5G vendors, it is clear that the 5G rollout in Australia will only accelerate.
Why it’s Important
5G will impact both consumer and business applications, as well as hybrid working. It is not just a matter of speed. With greater bandwidth and different cost points, new services become possible. For example: chatbots passing not to a human agent using text, but a human agent on video. These service delivery innovations need to be tested in terms of how the public will accept them, the operational and staffing changes needed to support them, and finally the IT issues and architecture they will raise (including what to do with all the new data coming in)!
CTOs and innovation teams in organisations with public-facing services need to be experimenting and testing new service delivery options and ideas now, since such services are likely to give a competitive advantage.
If not already established, form a temporary committee to brainstorm the potential for 5G on:
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