The New York Times, 06.03.2019 | Kevin Werbach
“ [Even though] [the] Trump re-election campaign’s wireless open access proposal was a poorly vetted scheme, […] [it] is actually a terrific idea. […] The concept […] is for a network supporting fifth-generation (5G) wireless technology to operate on a wholesale Basis. […] Even some architects of the current system are reconsidering. Peter Cramton, for example, helped more than a dozen countries design spectrum auctions. He’s now Rivada’s chief Economist. As Mr. Cramton and his co-author, Linda Doyle, wrote in 2017, wholesale open access offers the best hope to break the wireless oligopoly while also using spectrum more efficiently.
Link zum Artikel: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/06/opinion/trump-5g-wireless.html