5G is here. Why it matters and how it will play a part in a post-COVID-19 world


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5G is here and it couldn’t have come at a better time.

With working from home becoming the ‘new normal’ due to COVID-19 – at least in the short term – being better connected via this next generation of wireless technology has become crucial to organizations. 

5G (image)To get a little more perspective on 5G and how it’s expected to make an impact on the corporate world, The Edge Magazine sat down with 5G experts Andy Brady, Vice President, and Arvin Singh, Vice President of Connected Solutions, from Verizon and their partners Adam Stanley, CIO and Chief Digital Officer, and Rob Franch, Chief Technology Officer, from Cushman & Wakefield. They covered everything from why 5G matters to how it should impact the occupant experience to how it is expected to play a part in a post-COVID-19 world.

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In this article, we answer:

  • What is 5G and why does it matter? 
  • How will 5G impact commercial real estate and the workplace productivity?
  • What do companies need to know?
  • How does 5G plays a part in working from home during COVID-19?

Read the full article.


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