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    Maciej Biegajewski

    Pasjonat technologii mobilnych i ich zastosowania w życiu codziennym. W swojej karierze pomagał bezpiecznie wdrażać i zarządzań urządzenia mobilne do małych i średnich przedsiębiorstw, a obecnie ułatwia pracownikom pracę zdalną przy użyciu narzedzi do real time communication. Od podszewki zna problemy i potrzeby użytkowników smartfonów związane z dostępem do sieci, efektywnym wykorzystaniem narzędzi mobilnych w pracy oraz dbaniem o komfort i ochronę prywatności.

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  • 5G operators fail to meet the requirements of 99% of companies

    5G operators fail to meet the requirements of 99% of companies0

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    • 17 February 2021

    We keep hearing news about further deployments of 5G networks in countries around the world. Stable development of the fifth-generation infrastructure is terrifying to some, while filling others with sheer excitement. However, the 5G for SMEs: what does it mean for CPS? report prepared by Omdia for BearingPoint//Beyond makes it clear: small and medium-sized enterprises

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  • 61 countries have active commercial 5G networks

    61 countries have active commercial 5G networks0

    • News
    • 13 February 2021

    According to the recent data from the Global Mobile Suppliers Association (GSA), as of January 2021, 65 operators from around the world have launched commercial 5G services. In total, there are 144 active 5G networks in 61 countries, and work on launching more is still underway. GSA also reports that more than 400 operators from

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  • South Korea’s 5G download speed reaches 691 Mbps

    South Korea’s 5G download speed reaches 691 Mbps0

    After it was reported back in October that as many as 6.5% of total 5G subscribers switched back to LTE due to dissatisfaction with fifth-generation services, it looks like South Korean operators may finally be making upgrades. The second half of 2020 has seen South Korea’s 5G download speed and service quality improve. According to

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  • Over 80% of people in the least developed countries still without Internet access

    Over 80% of people in the least developed countries still without Internet access0

    The latest publication of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) leaves no doubt – universal access to telecommunications services remains a distant dream. It shows that as many as 3.7 billion people do not have access to the Internet, and thus are excluded from the direct benefits of the digital economy. This number represents 49% of

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