U.S. and EU governments agree on deals to allocate 5G spectrum

U.S. and EU governments agree on deals to allocate 5G spectrum

In separate deals coming just after this year’s Mobile World Congress, United States and European Union officials have reached agreements to hasten the allocation of radio spectrum for next-generation 5G wireless networks, Reuters reports. Both governments were spurred to action by the threat of becoming internationally non-competitive, as representatives moved faster than might have been imagined only a week earlier.

Source: venturebeat.com