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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
4/23/2018 8:14:39 AM
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Re: UK Backs 5G
@batye: I heard the same from a group of folks in a meeting i attended. I was in Toranto last spring and one thing i noticed is the need for infrastructure upgrade. The other interesting thing that caught my attention was how laid back it was over there in general. On a week day people were so at their own pace as opposed to the common rush which is visible in US. I thought it was nice for people's sanity. Here we are constantly in pressure for simple things or otherwise.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
4/23/2018 8:08:08 AM
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Re: Government Backing
Absolutely, this is exactly what i was referring to. Striking right balance is the key and EU appears to have good hold of that and hence the ease in the process.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
4/23/2018 8:05:06 AM
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Re: UK Backs 5G
@DHagar: I agree. It is completely natural think about lose ends when such incidents occur. On the other end progress would be brisk pace if government regulations and policies are not too controlling. I don't mean to say gates should be wide open, but right control with proper governance and sensitivity to timelines would help on the whole.

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DHagar
DHagar
4/18/2018 5:19:51 PM
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Re: UK Backs 5G
@batye, it is hard for governments to turn the big ships around and be rsponsive to customers and changing markets.  That is the problem.  Government is designed for stability and security.

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batye
batye
4/17/2018 7:27:39 PM
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Re: UK Backs 5G
@DHagar  in some areas we are years behind usa and rest of the world... our Gov. say one thing but in reality in my area not many things change at all... over last 20 years... 

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DHagar
DHagar
4/17/2018 7:07:44 PM
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Re: UK Backs 5G
@batye, interesting!  I thought Canada was more on the cutting edge and wanting to advance trade, etc., as well as their overall economy; which would have backed the advancement and deployment of 5G.

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DHagar
DHagar
4/17/2018 7:06:02 PM
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Re: Government Backing
@mhhf1ve, I fully agree with you!  I actually think the EU governance for private data is a good balance and makes sense.  At least they make a "conservative" approach.  And they take into account their need for advancement and quality  of life issues.

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DHagar
DHagar
4/17/2018 7:03:50 PM
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Re: UK Backs 5G
@ms.akkineni, exactly!  But their tendency to reduce the strings will probably be impacted by the Cambridge breech, the recent attach on the former British spy, etc.  That may cause them to retrench and revert to the true colors.

Governments are not the best driver of innovation.  By their natural function, they are designed to control and govern.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
4/17/2018 12:10:25 AM
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Re: UK Backs 5G
@dlr5288:

Ofcourse, too much Govt involvement will certainly slow down the process as the whole process may turn out to be very challenging. As long as there could be some moderate involvement when needed may help the process relatively easier ig Govt is onboard from the begining. If not there could be good amount of time spent.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
4/17/2018 12:05:04 AM
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Re: Government Backing
@elizabethv:

That is right. I think there is some ease in government restrictions in Uk when compared to US. We keep hearing that in this forum from time to time.

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