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Analysis, Telecommunications - Monday, April 7, 2014 16:31 - 28 Comments
analysis While discussions around closing oil refineries in Australia bring talk of future economic security, our economic future also depends on a less visible, but finite resource.
We can now foreshadow a time of “peak data”, when the radio spectrum is so crowded, we will reach a limit on how much data can be used for wireless services – at least in urban environments. Today we released a report World Without Wires on the threat of “peak data” and what that could mean for the way we connect and access essential services in the future. The report points out that wireless communication relies on the availability of radiofrequency spectrum, inherently a finite resource.
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