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The Hottest Enterprise 5G Trends We Saw At CES 2021

AT&T’s Anne Chow and Qualcomm’s Alex Holcman talked 5G availability, network slicing, new device capabilities, and business applications at CES 2021.

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The Enterprise Perspective  

2020 was the year that carriers across the globe began lighting up their 5G networks for the first time and despite pressures like a worldwide pandemic, the demand for cellular technology increased significantly as many companies attempted to change or evolve their business models overnight to keep the doors open during the global health crisis. This meant business being done in remote locations or new areas being connected for the first time, including curbsides and parking lots. While early buzz around 5G centered on the consumer play, the next-generation cellular connectivity option is quickly becoming even more critical for businesses.

In fact, digital transformation has been sped up by years for some industries, and 5G will drive that growth even further, according to a group of executives who shared their insights on 5G innovation at CES 2021.

Anne Chow, CEO of AT&T Business, and Alex Holcman, senior vice president of corporate engineering for Qualcomm Technologies, took to CES 2021 to talk availability, network slicing, 5G device capabilities, and business applications. Here’s what the executives had to say about enterprise 5G trends at CES 2021.

 
 
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