Financial roadblocks may hinder India’s progress to widespread 5G adoption. Data analytics company GlobalData estimates that 5G penetration globally will be 38% by 2025, but only 12% of the Indian population will be enjoying the said service.
Is the business case for 5G FWA looking good? With mmWave 5G reaching 10km, and improving costs driven by Open RAN, is it becoming more viable? In Australia, where the alternative is a marginal business selling nbn broadband access perhaps it is.
Nokia announced that it has opened its first Open RAN (O-RAN) Collaboration and Testing Center at its offices in Dallas, Texas.
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