5G Panel at Mobile World Congress 2018, Part 3: How 5G Compares to 4G

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At Mobile World Congress 2018, Syniverse hosted a special 5G panel session at its pavilion that focused on some of the most crucial issues facing 5G adoption today, and that featured as panelists Howard Benn, Ph.D., Head of Standards and Industrial Affairs at Samsung Electronics Research Institute, and David Hutton, Head of Networks for the GSMA. In Part 3 from the panel, the technical differences between 5G and 4G are examined.

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