The low latency and high-bandwidth promise of 5G will enable broad adoption of applications that will enhance practically every aspect of daily life, including the big game.

 

1 ABI Research, 2 Nextgov, 3 NBA.com/XR, 4 Dailymail.co.uk/ScienceTech, 5 Healthcare IT News, 6Amazon.com/Go

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