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Poland, US agree to cooperate on 5G tech

05.09.2019 16:50
5G network technology is a new telecommunications standard offering up to 100 times more data transmission capacity than the present 4G system.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki (right) and US Vice President Mike Pence (left) sign a joint declaration on 5G in Warsaw on Monday.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki (right) and US Vice President Mike Pence (left) sign a joint declaration on 5G in Warsaw on Monday. Photo: Krystian Maj/KPRM

5G technology is expected to speed up the growth of the Internet of Things, telemedical services, driverless vehicle technology and smart cities.

Warsaw and Washington on Monday signeddeclaration to work together for the security of Poland’s future 5G network.

The deal relates to the construction of the 5G network in Poland.

To find out more, Przemysław Pawełek talks to Michał Baranowski, director of the German Marshall Fund's Warsaw office.