QCOM CC: Everyone knows how disruptive 5G is..........................................................
5G just one of many 21st disruptive NBTs.
Let's face it.
Everything will be based on Chips and Screens.
EUV/ArF chips stuffed in everything.
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And why do think it’s being pulled in? Is it because it's going to touch so many more devices, and you have a lot of other interested parties in making this happen?
Well, two things, I think. One is that it's just undeniable, the delivery of video over wireless, and I would say, the convergence of how do I deliver something in the home to how do I deliver it in the macro area and then how do I have this service continuity at very, very high data you rates and every high capacity levels in the network, how we do that. So that's sort of I want to deliver video everywhere to anything. That's happening, number one.
The second thing is almost geopolitical, which is I think industry, industry players like us but also industry players in China realize that this transition to the cellular industry is going to be used in all these new – a lot of different industries. It's the disruptive force being connected to the Internet is the disruptive force that's happening to a lot of industries, so the industrial Internet, for example.
So countries are saying, this is going to be so important to my industrial policy. I don't want to be late and so I want to pull that forward, not only from a service delivery point of view but for technology company, so a lot of momentum for this G transition