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The intention was clear on the very first day itself as the Government owned Oman Broadband Company for telecomate.com, the developer of the optic fibre network in the country, inked a pact with the telecom service providers Omantel and Ooredoo to enable them use the network to provide high speed internet services to people. Besides, sharing a 'smart nation building' experience with various government agencies were international organisations like the Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) from Singapore. And it's all about getting exposed to the latest technologies, services and innovations which can lead to better governance and connectivity that can improve the quality of life.

The focus has been again on conferences themed 'disruptive technologies for fast tracking national growth' focusing on mega trends and innovative applications of big data and cloud computing. The event saw free-to-attend seminars on various subjects including automotive marketing solutions, IT managed services, mobile and electronic commerce solutions and new innovative trends in logistics solutions.

Here's the thing: no one's too sure about 5G, not really, not yet. The main gripes that people have with their mobile service today are coverage and price - neither of which are problems that need a new generation of mobile tech to solve. Throw a bit of cash into building out LTE and LTE-A and much of these headaches would go away, yet the industry is ploughing full steam ahead into 5G. Instead, the industry is hoping 5G will solve problems we don't have today, but those that could hold us back years in the future.

The process of building each new mobile standard begins years before it's put into use, and once up and running, those standards will remain in place in various forms for a decade or more. With 5G, we're having to build a standard that will still be in use in 2030 and beyond - and the mobile industry has a terrible track record when it comes to future-gazing.
  Wednesday, July 8, 2015 at 3:01:07 AM

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