Who remembers the paperless movement? As digital technology started to grow, entire offices tried to eliminate paper entirely. Anything that might have been printed would instead be viewed digitally on a screen. While the intention was good, the result didn’t accomplish the goal. Rather than saving paper, paper consumption increased.
Now technology is producing wireless technology. Everyone wants to use electronics without needing pesky cables. Imagine charging your phone or using your computer without being connected to a wall. The idea of fewer cables has some of the wire-processing industry wondering what this means for the future of the industry.
Will the wireless trend turn out like the paperless trend and create a hire need for cables? Or will wireless technology live up to its name and cause the demand for cables to lower?
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