Today’s consumers have come to rely on both licensed cellular and unlicensed Wi-Fi spectrum to access data and content anywhere. While there’s no doubt that licensed cellular spectrum has been instrumental in the widespread adoption of mobile wireless technologies, access to unlicensed spectrum has more recently been the true catalyst for innovation. As an example, one need look no further than Wi-Fi, one of the most successful unlicensed technologies with roughly 10 billion Wi-Fi enabled devices shipped worldwide to date and an additional five billion expected just four years from now. Consumers with smartphones and tablets rely on Wi-Fi’s typically faster, more reliable connections at lower cost than cellular access. Consumers also depend on Wi-Fi to enable real-time video and connected services in the smart home.
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