- UPDATE: After numerous news published online FCC Chairman Ajit Pai responded, "I oppose any proposal for the federal government to build and operate a nationwide 5G network." See the full text below:
Related:The NSC body terms the document as ‘Massive Internet of Things,’ noting down the facilities provided by the 5G network. But it does not give anything on how much could be the cost for consumers. The document further expresses the government’s ‘fixation’ on China and clearly states the Asian country as a competitor. It as well defines them as the ‘dominant malicious actor in the Information Domain.’ Interestingly, it does not mention Russia given the recent-past happenings in the last election. Adding to the mix is the contrasting phrase: “telecommunications manufacturers have all but disappeared." This is supported by the preferences of Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE as the only makers of radios for avoiding a foreseeable declination. All said and done, it is likely to be a farfetched idea for now. Firstly, the government will remain responsible to the core in terms of consistent precise service offering, which is a big shoe to fill. Then, Republicans wouldn’t want anything to be nationalized, and Democrats wouldn’t want to give more power over the general mass to the House. Lastly, the Federal Communications Commission is the one representative government branch overseeing 5G network offering, and it would likely to remain dissident to the idea if the carriers won’t support the nationalization idea. That’s a lot of no-no in one basket for the White House proposal! Watch out as Donald Trump might consider blowing it up to keep China close and battle Russia away (all clouds of speculations though)!
Via: Android Police
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