How 5G Technology Will Save Lives
Exhibit|January 2021
As technology has progressed it has ushered in multiple industrial revolutions. While the first one might have changed the world-map in terms of commercial transactions, modern telecommunications have brought the world together. With the Internet of Things developing rapidly and network connectivity increasing significantly, it is only a matter of time till everything will be controllable via smartphone applications.
Advait Berde

Among other developments happening in the telecommunications industry, global IT leader Verizon is taking significant steps towards the 5G technology. Launching the 5G First Responder Lab in collaboration with Responder Corp, Verizon aims to empower first responders with life-saving capabilities that would help them save lives. 5G First Responder Lab will help deliver that commitment by working alongside boots-on-the-ground to identify the most pressing needs, and the global entrepreneurial community to source the leading solutions.

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