Intel plans to showcase 5G wireless networking technologies at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PeyeongChang, South Korea, in February. The network will demonstrate wireless data transfer speeds of gigabits per second, based on the pending 5G wireless standard.
That means that fans attending the Winter Olympics will be able to post all of the selfies and videos they want. 5G promises to disrupted wired Internet connections such as cable TV and modem service, or wired phone line services. My hope for 5G: I’ll be happy if our family can play games and watch Netflix on a wireless network without driving us…
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