The industry impact of 5G

Ericsson asked 900 decision makers in large companies across 10 key industries about the role they expect 5G to play within their sector, the problems they expect 5G to solve, and the extent to which they’d be willing to pay for 5G services.

More than three-quarters of respondents predicted that their sector would take advantage of 5G.

Learn more about industry expectations on 5G. Read about the most important use cases per industry, what pain points the industry decision makers are expecting 5G to solve, the top barriers for adoption of 5G and the expected timelines for trials and commercial implementation in their business.

The 10 industries covered in the study include energy and utilities, manufacturing, public safety, healthcare, media and entertainment, public transport, automotive, financial services, retail, and agriculture.

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