The next generation of cellular connectivity will enable great advances in enhanced mobile broadband, massive machine type communications and ultra-reliable low latency communications. Those operating in this area require an understanding of cutting-edge technology, the new business models it enables and the complex framework of regulatory, commercial and IP issues that will need to be navigated in order to roll out 5G enabled devices and networks.
As a global market leader in the telecommunications sector we are already advising clients on legal issues surrounding deployment of 5G. However the implications of 5G connectivity go well beyond telecommunications and will be felt in many other sectors including transportation, manufacturing, energy, healthcare, media, entertainment and sport. Bird & Bird is in a unique position to be able to combine deep industry expertise in these sectors with an understanding of the transformative nature of 5G connectivity and the opportunities and challenges involved in deploying it. Our expertise includes:
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