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5G Is Not Competing With Wi-Fi; It’s Complementing It | Jim Brisimitzis


The arrival of private 5G networks has sparked a debate as to the future of Wi-Fi (Wi-Fi 6 as it moves to Wi-Fi 7) and whether there will be space for them to co-exist. In this segment, Jim Brisimitzis, Founder and General Partner at 5G Open Innovation Lab, discusses how he feels Private 5G networks will compete with Wi-Fi and other existing technologies. He goes into why he believes they will continue to co-exist since both Wi-Fi and Private 5G networks have their pros and cons. Brisimitzis shares his insights into why he feels they will both continue to co-exist and what stage enterprises are at in exploring the different options.

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The summary of the show is written by Emily Nicholls.

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