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5G: the next generation mobile data highway

5G: the next generation mobile data highway

06-11-2019 | Insight

Who is best positioned to benefit from 5G? What will 5G adoption among consumers be like? What are the prospects for 5G use in industrial applications? In this white paper ‘5G: the next generation mobile data highway’, Robeco analyst Sam Brasser and portfolio managers Marco van Lent and Steef Bergakker look at the odds of 5G becoming a technology of choice in consumer and industrial space and a likely time frame for this.

  • Sam Brasser
    Sam
    Brasser
    Analyst
  • Steef  Bergakker
    Steef
    Bergakker
    Senior Portfolio Manager
  • Marco van Lent
    Marco
    van Lent
    Senior Portfolio Manager Equities

Read this to take advantage of the investment opportunities that will arrive with the wider adoption of 5G.

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