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5G race is on in ireland

Legend
Now that Vodafone have launched 5G in Ireland, hopefully it won't be too long before the rest follow
https://www.ericsson.com/en/news/2019/8/5g-live-in-ireland

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@billbond4  I'd say itll be a while yet but what Id like to know what does it actually mean, its gotta be more than just mobile signal. You seem to know a lot and have an interest, what do you think the future holds in a 5G world?

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https://adage.com/article/news/5g-gen-mobile/308148   

 

some seriously cool things described in here. 

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Legend

Its really hard to say exactly, probably more automation in things like traffic signals and it will assist in self driving cars.

The low latency will help in some areas like in surgery.

Three UK are selling 5G Broadband routers in London, so there are loads of ways that it may take off.

 

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Legend
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Yeah exciting times ahead once the actual infrastructure is there to support it. 

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Legend
Hmm hopefully if Ericsson get the contract three could roll out 5G next year
https://www.siliconrepublic.com/comms/three-huawei-ericsson-5g-network

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Great article 👍 Thanks for sharing it here. 

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In August 2019, Vodafone Ireland switched on 5G connectivity in Cork, Dublin, Galway, Limerick and Waterford cities initially, with a view to expanding its network over time. Eir switched on 100 sites across 10 cities during October 2019 and plans to add another 100 cities by the end of the year.

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