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February 1st, 2019

Disruptive by Design: Nano Now

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The drive toward increasingly capable, low-cost nanotechnologies will follow a trajectory similar to many macroscale products. The challenges associated with the Internet of Things will only increase. Demands for bandwidth, self-healing connectivity and security will force communicators to develop solutions.

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