WIT anticipated that conflicts would arise concerning shuttered 3G services in connected cars, and our predictions rang true. Let’s take a look at a recent filing that may offer a view into the future of litigation in the space.
This past April, we witnessed BMW release America’s first 5G connected car , adding fuel to the already fierce fight between automakers over who will capture consumers’ attention as a leader in the evolving vehicles market. As 5G deployment becomes more widespread and droves of automotive manufacturers race to implement this technology in their newer vehicles, the number of nonconnected vehicles on the road is declining. For the first time, connected vehicle volume has surpassed that of nonconnected cars with a little over 50% of the market share for Q2 this year. And while this may be exciting for new buyers and manufacturers alike, not everyone is thrilled about the ongoing shift to 5G.
WIT anticipated that conflicts would arise concerning expanded 5G offerings and shuttered 3G services, and our predictions rang true. Let’s take a look at a recent filing that may offer a view into the future of litigation in the space. Porsche Connect’s Disconnect
When it comes to new generations of the spectrum, wireless providers are focused on the implementation of improved connections rather than the maintenance of outdated networks. Companies are already working hard to improve 5G service and prepare for the onset of 6G, moving away from technologies like 3G and, increasingly, 4G. Because of this, […]
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