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Consumers anticipating the enhanced speeds that 5G wireless networks are promising might have to wait a little bit longer. According to The Wall Street...

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Inverting the Model – How COVID-19 Turned Telehealth Literally Inside-Out

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Telehealth is not new to healthcare. Indeed, it can trace its roots to well before World War II with the availability of field telephones to provide a ‘virtual’ presence of a field medic...
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Coronavirus could delay Apple’s 5G iPhone launch

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Apple’s 5G-capable iPhone release could be the latest event delayed due to the Coronavirus outbreak,Yahoo Finance reports. The combination of the virus disrupting global markets, China’s supply chains being impacted and millions of people...
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Yes Zoom is popular, but is it safe?

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Zoom, the videoconferencing service, has seen a recent usage surge because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The outbreak has caused many people to work from home and Zoom has allowed companies, as well as friends...
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T-Mobile Sells $19B of Senior Secured Notes

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Deal was made to help finance carrier’s acquisition of Sprint Wireless carrier T-Mobile followed its recent $31 billion merger with Sprint by announcing it agreed to sell $19 billion of Senior Secured Notes to help...
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JMA to make Ventilators for Covid-19 patients

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Also offers plans free through open-source to all Manufacturers Some companies take their responsibility to help other more seriously than others and JMA, based in Syracuse NY is one of those companies. Not content to...
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It’s official: T-Mobile closes merger with Sprint

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T-Mobile announced this week that it officially closed its $31 billion merger with Sprint after a two-year, uphill climb. The combined company will be called New T-Mobile, which plans to deploy a “transformative” 5G...
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FCC delays CBRS spectrum auction amid Coronavirus

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced last week that it would delay the Priority Access License (PAL) auction for the 3.5GHz CBRS (Citizens Radio Broadband Service) band by a month due to the Coronavirus...

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Coronavirus could delay Apple’s 5G iPhone launch

Apple’s 5G-capable iPhone release could be the latest event delayed due to the Coronavirus outbreak,Yahoo Finance reports. The combination of the virus disrupting global...

T-Mobile Sells $19B of Senior Secured Notes

Deal was made to help finance carrier’s acquisition of Sprint Wireless carrier T-Mobile followed its recent $31 billion merger with Sprint by announcing it agreed...

JMA to make Ventilators for Covid-19 patients

Also offers plans free through open-source to all Manufacturers Some companies take their responsibility to help other more seriously than others and JMA, based in...

It’s official: T-Mobile closes merger with Sprint

T-Mobile announced this week that it officially closed its $31 billion merger with Sprint after a two-year, uphill climb. The combined company will be...

Healthcare Tech

Inverting the Model – How COVID-19 Turned Telehealth Literally Inside-Out

Telehealth is not new to healthcare. Indeed, it can trace its roots to well before World War II with the availability of field...

Yes Zoom is popular, but is it safe?

Zoom, the videoconferencing service, has seen a recent usage surge because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The outbreak has caused many people to work from...

Nearly 75% of CFOs consider shifting to work from home

The Coronavirus outbreak has forced companies around the country to let employees work from home. The situation was meant to be temporary for many...

JMA to make Ventilators for Covid-19 patients

Also offers plans free through open-source to all Manufacturers Some companies take their responsibility to help other more seriously than others and JMA, based in...

Public Safety

HIMSS 2020, The Global Health Conference and Expo has been Canceled

Breaking news: HIMSS 2020, The Global Health Conference and Expo has been Canceled. We have just been advised moments ago that the giant HIMSS Event scheduled to run next week in Orlando Florida has officially been canceled. A note on their...

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Landlords may see increasing interest by AT&T for new Towers

The U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, & Transportation held “An Update on FirstNet” hearing on Thursday, July 20 to learn about the progress...

SOLiD Relocates to new U.S. Headquarters in Plano, Texas

        This August SOLiD announced that it opened up a new “state-of-the-art” headquarters in Plano, Texas, according to a news release. The leading provider of...

Lack of an In-Building Public Safety Radio System Will Delay or Stop Certificate of Occupancy

The HetNet Forum offers advice to developers, building owners and related construction trades on how to avoid non-compliance Be sure to understand the local...

Another opt-in for FirstNet during an active hurricane season

Between hurricanes, earthquakes, wildfires, and other natural disasters, a first responder communications network could not come sooner. Texas Governor Greg Abbott choose to opt-in to...

Wireless carriers step up to help with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

When Hurricane Harvey ravaged southern Texas in late August, it was all hands on deck to assist with recovery efforts. Everyone from residents, companies,...

The Wireless Codes For In-Building

Installing a public safety radio system is difficult because it must comply with the public codes. The problem is although the national codes are...

Choosing the Right Installer for an In-Building Public Safety Radio Project

Installing an In-building First Responder Radio System could get more complicated and costly than it needs to be if you don’t hire the right...

Wireless carriers continue relief efforts during Hurricane Irma

When Hurricane Harvey hit southeast Texas, wireless carriers like AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint wasted no time stepping in to donate data, minutes and...
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IoT Buildings

Coronavirus and its financial impact on CRE

The Coronavirus outbreak and its impact is top of mind for a lot of industries, including commercial real estate. With a new month starting,...

Proptech’s Role in Defending Against COVID-19 and Future Pandemics

Contributed Content The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has captured the world’s attention with infected individuals in 169 countries and a rising death toll. This virulent pandemic...

Three ways to run a great virtual meeting

The recent Coronavirus has forced a lot of companies to implement work-from-home policies to keep employees healthy and minimize further spread. Working remotely means...

Staples to open six podcast studios in Boston area

Staples is the latest brand to make an effort to generate more traffic into its stores, Engadget reports. The office supply retailer is partnering...

AI for CRE: Is Cybersecurity A friend or foe?

Cybersecurity has become more important than ever in the commercial real estate industry, especially as buildings become “smarter” and are equipped with more connected...

Connected IoT devices are on the rise—so are security threats

The rise of connected IoT (Internet of Things) devices has been great for commercial real estate owners who want advance their building’s technological offerings...

Smart building solutions market grows to $2 billion by 2026

The next collection of “smart” building solutions is expected to increase at a 32 per cent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) during the next...

Retailers turn to in-store tech to bring shoppers to their stores

Online retailers like Amazon have made it more difficult for traditional retailers to stay competitive, but recent technological advances may help them level the...

How Can Landlords Avoid The IoT Proof of Concept ‘Trap’

During the CES Show in Las Vegas, Lou Lutostanski, Avnet Vice President of Internet of Things (IoT), recently shared five tips on how IoT...

CRE Alert: How IoT is changing the world

The Economist recently forecasted that there will be a trillion connected computers in the world by 2035, The Wall Street Journal reports. These computers...
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