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Blazing fast 5G wireless networks promise to unlock the potential of internet connected devices, or the Internet of Things – making driverless cars and talking fridges a reality.Since higher radio frequencies don't travel as far as lower frequencies, it will rely on denser arrays of antennas and artificial intelligence to offer data speeds up to 100 times faster than current 4G networks.The 5G will allow people to send texts, make calls, and browse the web as always – but will dramatically increase the speed at which data is transferred across the network.The 5G also faces competition from other technologies that may be better suited for the connected devices, such as French firm Sigfox's non-cellular IoT network or LoRa, a rival non-standardized low power wide area offering backed by France-based Orange among other telecommunications firms.
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