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Why 5G fixed wireless access is integral to bridging the digital divide

Digital divide ... Roughly 37% of the world’s population has no internet access and many more have poor connectivity. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Angela Baker

Chief Sustainability Officer, Qualcomm

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Reducing the digital divide: Impact of fully deployed 5G FWA in the next 10 years by main regions. Source. Qualcomm.
Reducing the digital divide: Impact of fully deployed 5G FWA in the next 10 years by main regions. Image: Qualcomm

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