Visitors are seen at the 5G Arena during the 2019 Hanover Fair in Germany on April 1. Making an influx of mobile spectrum available to the US telecoms industry over the next five years is expected to add US$391 billion to the nation’s economy and create 1.8 million new jobs, according to a new study. Photo: Xinhua

US catches up with China in 5G readiness as race heats up for ultra-fast mobile networks

  • US leads in planned commercial deployments in 2019, but China has hundreds of large-scale 5G trials
Topic |   5G

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Visitors are seen at the 5G Arena during the 2019 Hanover Fair in Germany on April 1. Making an influx of mobile spectrum available to the US telecoms industry over the next five years is expected to add US$391 billion to the nation’s economy and create 1.8 million new jobs, according to a new study. Photo: Xinhua
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