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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
4/16/2018 9:56:39 PM
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Re: Speed v. Accuracy
@mhhf1ve:

Absolutely, I am in 100% agreement with you about Apple. Often times i wonder about the same. Latency of features doesn't appear to impact Apple's brand or market. I believe Apple products are able to retain consumer craze irrespecctive of those factors.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
4/16/2018 9:53:25 PM
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Re: market and culture
@mhhf1ve:

That sounds interesting. Any further update with specifcs when available would certainly be apprecaited.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
4/16/2018 9:50:30 PM
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Re: Speed v. Accuracy
@Joe. S:

Really? How about the target cities that couple of major providers announced for mid 2018? I vaguely recollect seeing atleast eight cities targeted.

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
4/9/2018 12:54:51 AM
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Re: Speed v. Accuracy
First to market is no guarantee for dominance, for sure. Apple has consistently been "late" to the market with several new "features" but it still seems to somehow hold the title for leading the market in consumer gadgets. Maybe not for long, but it's shown that it can be done. And fashion doesn't always have to be first.

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
4/9/2018 12:51:10 AM
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Re: market and culture
The massive scale of Chinese telcos can make some instant standards for various services. I'm really wondering what the first Chinese telco app to "out-innovate" an American company will be. Perhaps it's already happened with China's WeChat and integrated services.

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
4/5/2018 12:44:06 AM
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Re: Speed v. Accuracy
@ms.a: Don't expect much for 5G deployments this year. The next round of 3GPP releases won't be out until around 2020.

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
4/5/2018 12:43:07 AM
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market and culture
I suspect part of this is the strength of the market players combined with culture.

The big Chinese telcos, which are state-run, can afford to take their time to get things just right before nudging customers along. In the US, however, we Americans are staunchly opposed to change -- and it takes industry titans to essentially force that change on us. (Visa had to exert tremendous force to get the country on EMV chips -- and we're still swiping the stripe here and there.)

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dlr5288
dlr5288
3/29/2018 6:38:42 PM
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Re: US Fastest Migration For 5G
I think a lot of the time itís easier and quicker for people to rely on other people opinion on things. Rather than try and figure it out for themselves. A sad reality, but Iím hopeful for more leaders in the future.

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elizabethv
elizabethv
3/29/2018 5:24:35 PM
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Re: Speed v. Accuracy
@Shaunn - You're exactly right. It's far more important for a company to get 5G right than it is for them to be first. Though I'm not entirely sure it's going to make a huge difference for any company, unless someone just totally blows it. I'm sure they will all be on stage with similar timing and quality. And most people will probably just stick with whatever carrier they have typically used. You might see some crossover, but I think most people are so used to their status quo that changing won't happen en masse, in general. 

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
3/29/2018 7:39:34 AM
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Re: Speed v. Accuracy
Absolutely, having best 5G is the first thing that is required. We have seens their 2018  plans from major carriers. They named cities that they have in traget for 2018 i which they plan to roll out 5G. That is a good move in this direction.

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