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Trump Ramps Up 5G, 6G Push

US President Trump has set his sights on 5G and 6G, vowing to win the next-gen telco race currently spearheaded by Chinese giant Huawei.

As per TechCrunchPresident Trump alluded to 6G during a White House press conference, adding 5G will be a “big deal” for “a while.”

His comments echo a recent Twitter post, asserting there’s “no reason” the United States should lag behind global rivals.

The news follows the announcement of America’s largest auction of radio frequencies, and a $20 billion fund to develop high-speed broadband in rural US.

The American Federal Communications Commission also intends to hold its third 5G spectrum auction late this year – availability tipped to revamp several US industries.

“The race to 5G is a race that we must win,” he claims.

He has urged American private companies to innovate faster and deploy the next-gen network.

Debunking previous nationalisation reports, President Trump claims a government-led 5G push will not be “as good, nearly as fast.”

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