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By Quentin Capelle October 10, 2013
Now seen as far more than a mere tool for improving telecommunications, wireless broadband is likely to trigger a new technological leap forward.
A $1.2 trillion cumulative addition to US GDP by 2017: this is what the research team at Information Age Economics (IAE) promises the US government in a recent report – ‘Wireless Broadband Infrastructure: a catalyst for GDP and Job Growth 2013-2017 – commissioned by PCIA, the Wireless Infrastructure Association. The IAE conclusions indicate that, in the wake of the widespread computerisation of workplace processes, wireless broadband could well act as the next catalyst for digitally-driven economic growth in developed countries. Examining the impact of wireless broadband in the United States, the report underlines the importance of deploying a robust broadband infrastructure which “almost immediately stimulates job and income growth” and also enables local authorities to reap efficiency gains.