Last February, at the Mobile World Congress 2015 held in Barcelona, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler compared 5G to a Picasso painting. “I see something different than you see,” he said. “I think that’s where 5G is right now. It’s all in the eye of the beholder.”
It is written that the first device connected to the Internet was a vending machine in the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University. The machine would report its inventory and whether the contents were cold. This was in 1982!
There are constant large threats to the security and safety of businesses, individuals, government entities, institutions and countries, brought about by both obvious and elusive vulnerabilities in IT systems and networks.
Telecom service providers face the daunting task of keeping their networks at a high level of adaptability because the customer is always asking for new and better applications.