Sunday, 15 September 2019

Ericsson: Britain must treat 5G as critical national infrastructure

Chris Kelly
Tuesday 18 June 19

Senior figures claimed that the UK must act now to stay ahead of the 5G curve, and safeguard its digital economy

The UK government must think of 5G as a crucial, critical part of its national infrastructure, as it looks to safeguard its digital economy post-Brexit Speaking at the Connected Britain event in London, Ericsson’s president for Europe and Latin America, Arun Bansal, had a stark warning for the UK government.   “It’s a great pleasure to be here but for me it is a shame that the Connected Britain slogan seems to me to be tinged with irony &ndash…

The UK government must think of 5G as a crucial, critical part of its national infrastructure, as it looks to safeguard its digital economy post-Brexit Speaking at the Connected Britain event in London, Ericsson’s president for Europe and Latin America, Arun Bansal, had a stark warning for the UK government.   “It’s a great pleasure to be here but for me it is a shame that the Connected Britain slogan seems to me to be tinged with irony &ndash…

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