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vnewman
vnewman
2/7/2018 10:15:25 PM
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Re: A lot of hands in the cookie jar.
If it lives up to the hype, 5G speeds on fixed broadband could wind up being 100 times faster than 4G. Can you imagine life with little to no lags? Speeds of 10 GB per second! It just sounds too good to be true.

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DHagar
DHagar
2/6/2018 6:34:55 PM
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Re: A lot of hands in the cookie jar.
@batye, I think you have made the key point!  Thinking is the critical skill. 

This is good.

We had to think to make the previous progress and we need to continue thinking, and rethinking, what we know and how best to move forward if we are to continue making progress?

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DHagar
DHagar
2/6/2018 6:32:47 PM
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Re: A lot of hands in the cookie jar.
@mpouraryan, good thinking!  Actually, that is the key - making decisions.  So if we do not decide thoughtfully how technology will aid (not replace) decision making, we could end up being a passenger as opposed to the driver of the future and which critical decisions need to be retained by humans and executives.

Thanks for sharing.

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batye
batye
2/6/2018 3:48:54 AM
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Re: A lot of hands in the cookie jar.
@DHagar few years ago I read book called We-think

 https://books.google.ca/books/about/We_think.html?id=ipHhSn00OeQC&printsec=frontcover&source=kp_read_button&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q&f=false

now we must know how to think it right... 

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
2/5/2018 11:36:01 PM
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Re: A lot of hands in the cookie jar.
Remember, though, thinking has to lead to action--that's the key.    This is why what I felt this article 4 be so critical in the broadest sense:

https://hbr.org/2018/01/as-ai-makes-more-decisions-the-nature-of-leadership-will-change?utm_campaign=hbr&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social

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DHagar
DHagar
2/5/2018 5:18:47 PM
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Re: A lot of hands in the cookie jar.
@batye, exactly!  We have to think and make thinking a preferred solution to our problems! 

I am afraid, as this poll points out, that we may not be thinking as much as we have at various times.  It's time to think again! 

That is what Telco Transformation is all about!

 

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batye
batye
2/3/2018 1:05:53 AM
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Re: A lot of hands in the cookie jar.
@DHagar could not agree more in my books it must be done as true step forward not a lip service what many Co. keep offering this day, while playing game wait and see...  

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batye
batye
2/3/2018 1:03:00 AM
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Re: A lot of hands in the cookie jar.
@afwriter good point I could not agree more as simular problem we have in Canada... even our gov. did declared Internet essential service... Go figure... ???

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
2/1/2018 2:24:09 PM
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Re: A lot of hands in the cookie jar.
A nationalized 5G network would be complicated -- especially since most of the "good" spectrum" has already been auctioned off to private companies. The government has some military spectrum -- and there's maybe some "citizen band" spectrum -- but that's probably nowhere near enough to handle a true 5G network (with current wireless technologies). 

That said, I'm not surprised that the "proposal" exists -- I'm sure policy makers try to cover all bases of what they could potentially do. And they throw out the outlandish ideas that would never work. like a nationalized 5G network... 

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afwriter
afwriter
2/1/2018 12:16:16 PM
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Re: A lot of hands in the cookie jar.
@Faryl, I think that it comes down to a money issue for most companies, they are not going to put the money and effort into building out infrastructure or putting up a tower when only a few subscribers will want it. I do have to agree with you though that those areas and the people who want access to the internet are being done a serious disservice by not having access in any way. 

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