Total operator-billed revenue from 5G IoT connections will reach US$8 billion globally by 2024, rising from just US$525 million in 2020, according to a new research report.
A year after the commercial rollout of 5G in Australia, private 5G will take off this year, with a prediction that more than five enterprises in Australia will run trials before the end of 2020.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO is planning to invest US$10 billion in the research and development of core technologies in hardware, software and systems - in addition to investments in 5G/6G, Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, big data and other “frontier technologies”.
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