Mobile data revenue will remain the largest contributor to Australia’s telecom market between 2018 and 2023, driven by increasing smartphone subscriptions, expanding long-term evolution (LTE) networks, growth in the use of 4G services and the expected launch of commercial 5G services in 2020, according to a new report.
SPONSORED Guest Opinion by *Sean Kopelke, Riverbed. With the long-running concerns around cybersecurity, and the continuous stream of competitive noises focused on which telco will win the race, it feels like the launch of 5G services in Australia has been a long time coming.
Global telecommunications giant Ericsson is increasing its investment in the US to support the accelerated build out of its 5G services in the North American market.
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