Get ready to take advantage of the biggest new market since the personal computer. If that sounds like an exaggeration, consider what the experts are saying about 5G:

“We’re going to experience a technological shift that will transform people, businesses and society as a whole.” – Hans Vestberg, Verizon CEO

It will spark “the next wave of billion-dollar companies [that] will emerge in the next two to three years.” 2– Inc. Magazine

“It will be as revolutionary as electricity or the automobile.” – The World Economic Forum

Global intelligence firm McKinsey forecasts that by 2025 5G will be an $11 trillion market.4 That means in five short years it will be bigger than the global IT industry… bigger than oil and gas… bigger than computers.

And the race is just getting started, as more than $1 billion in funding floods into the industry to keep companies on pace with the industry leaders in China.

The companies with the first-mover advantage will see their revenues surge.  And investors who make the right choices today could see profound gains.

The New Wireless Revolution

5G will impact every industry, from agriculture to utilities, as well as every living person across the globe.  It will enable a world of driverless cars…mobile hospitals…fully robotic factories….drone delivery fleets…remotely monitored crops…and even smart fridges that notify you when you’re low on milk.

The World Economic Forum says:

“Think about a world in which not just people but all things are connected: cars to the roads they are on; doctors to the personal medical devices of their patients; augmented reality available to help people shop and learn and explore wherever they are.” 

But the biggest portion of that multi-billion market will go to companies that market EMF-protection devices for personal connected devices.

Today there are more than an estimated 26 billion wireless devices worldwide, and that number is expected to explode to a whopping 75 billion in just the next four years. This means there will be more than 10 wireless devices for every man, woman, and child on Earth.

5G will require small cell towers to be installed about every 750 feet.

All those devices will need EMF protection, which will create an aftermarket that’s forecast to be upwards of $8.2 billion within the next four years. [i]

This technology is projected to become widely used in cell phones, tablets, TVs, automobiles, telecommunication equipment, medical devices, industrial equipment, military devices, and aerospace equipment. Certain companies are developing and marketing EMF-shielding coatings and paints. 

Including one nanotech company that could see impressive gains as the industry picks up speed.

This little-known company has developed an innovative technology that is capable of altering EMF signals to a more biologically compatible form.

Their patented microprocessors are manufactured using a photo masking etching process that results in nano-slits that are more than 200 times smaller than a strand of human hair.

The topological circuit of the microprocessor’s resonator antenna accumulates charges. A cell phone’s or other electronic device’s “electromagnetic impulse generator” serves as the source of these charges 

When an excess charge (polarization) has built up, it is automatically redistributed to the microprocessor, which uses the charge to cause a coherent transformation of the field in the form of a hologram – made up of regularly alternating maxima and minima. The hologram interacts with external radiation, restructuring and transforming the EMF haze into a more biologically-compatible form.

Their products range from coin-sized chips designed to be attached to cellphones, tablets, Wi-Fi routers, and other small devices, to cell phone-sized units for area-wide use. 

With three EMF-protection products already on the market, and more in development, the company has achieved an early record of success that puts it head-and-shoulders above any competitors:

  • Unique EMF technology is the product of over 10 years and $20 million in research and development.
  • Their technology is backed and proven by numerous published and peer-reviewed scientific papers.
  • The technology is protected by 11 awarded and 14 pending patents.

It’s still early in the 5G revolution. From its infancy today, it is expected to be a whopping $11 trillion market by 2025. That will spawn a market forecast at $8.2 billion in EMF protection technologies. That $8.2 billion represents just 1% of the total 5G market, yet it is enough to launch the revenues of this young company.

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