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Smart cities require an upgrade in the urban landscape and this includes street furniture. In Britain, we love our benches and one startup is showing how these can be upgraded to deliver new benefits and to blend into the urban landscape. Strawberry Energy has a novel solution which could suit a number of use cases, while meeting existing needs. It’s a young company, with growing momentum and is now fundraising.
Read on to learn more.
A new study from Accenture, commissioned by CTIA, suggests that reducing current timelines for 5G wireless infrastructure deployments by 12 months would add $100 billion to the US economy. The report also underscores the need for all levels of government to streamline infrastructure deployment.
Guy Redmill, Redmill Marketing Associates' Managing Director, attended 5G Briefing Istanbul and presents this report to fill you in on the key points and highlights from this year's event.