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87% of communications service providers believe their 5G investments and rollouts could be more efficient and optimized

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While 92% of the respondents say they have made a return on their investment in 5G networks over the past five years, 87% of CSPs surveyed confess the way that their new network assets were deployed could have been done in a more efficient and optimized way, and only 14%…

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