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What 5G applications will transform your business?

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

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Associated Environmental Systems works along side companies to develop reliable environmental test chambers with strong radio frequency attenuation to test the latest technology. 

The UK's operators have started work on their 5G network roll-outs, but what are the applications that are most likely to gain enterprise traction for the new standard?  This year has seen the rollout of the first 5G networks in the UK . According to a recent forecast by the GSMA, over 1.4 billion connections will be on 5G by 2025. The technology promises not only more speed, but more capacity and lower latency.

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