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  • pCell’s radical wireless network vision
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pCell’s radical wireless network vision

In the same way Uber has transformed the taxi business by letting anyone become a driver, pCell is attempting to bring similar disruption to cellular networks. Currently being tested in San Francisco, this radical crowdsourced approach could even bypass traditional networks.

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