Western European telcos and countries are leading 5G development, with Denmark, Portugal and Switerland's 5G adoption set to take a 23.2%, 16.2% and 16.2% share respectively of total mobile subscription in their markets by 2023, according to a newly published report.
Swedish telecommunications company Ericsson says it expects about 40% of the world's population to be covered by 5G by 2024, with 2019 being the year that the technology takes off.
Commercial rollouts of 5G and larger than previously forecasted deployments of cellular IoT, including by Telstra, are ramping up globally, according to the latest mobility report from Ericsson.
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