CES 2019 was considered a success, but there were some trends that shined above the rest. This year's show brought people from around the world to explore innovative connectivity devices and services, as well as some other interesting designs (smart toilets, anyone?). FBA Executive Director Lisa Youngers breaks it down for Broadband World News.
"Among the useful, the questionable and the bizarre, I saw three major trends emerge -- connected devices for the home 5G or next-generation network apps and services and connected cars. And all of them depend on ubiquitous fiber to work well (and be profitable)."
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