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FCC announces C-Band Auction winners

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Verizon spends $45.4B to secure just over 3,500 licenses. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced the winning bidders and final bid totals for the C-Band Auction (Auction 107) yesterday. Both net and gross winning bids...
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WeWork closes Financial District location after eight years

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Flexible office space provider WeWork closed one of its New York locations in a continued effort to decrease its real estate footprint, Bisnow reports. The company shut down its 86,000 square foot space at...
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CBRE acquires 35% interest in flex office provider Industrious

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The vote of confidence in the co-working space industry continues. The latest example comes courtesy of commercial real estate services and investment firm CBRE who acquired 35% interest in flexible workspace provider Industrious this...
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DISH, SBA ink long-term lease agreement

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DISH and SBA Communications Corporation announced a new long-term master lease agreement this week. The deal will grant DISH access to SBA’s extensive nationwide portfolio of wireless communication sites, the company said in a...
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Are we already headed toward a 6G world?

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Apple already advertising for 6G engineers The major wireless carriers in the United States are still working tirelessly to deploy a true, nationwide 5G network across the country, but according to 6GWorld Managing Editor Alex...
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Silverstein Properties joins SPAC craze

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It seems like commercial real estate companies all over the industry are creating special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) these days and Silverstein Properties is one of the latest to do so, The Real Deal...
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Geoverse partners with Sigma IT, Senseware to provide for safe return to the office

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The trio developed a solution that measures real-time data on physical environment against people’s behavior—enabled by private cellular networks. In-building cellular solutions provider Geoverse announced this week that it’s partnering with Sigma IT Consulting and...

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Are we already headed toward a 6G world?

Apple already advertising for 6G engineers The major wireless carriers in the United States are still working tirelessly to deploy a true, nationwide 5G network...

COMSovereign acquires Fastback Networks, expands telecom IP portfolio

Acquisition also allows company to add “Sub-6 GHz” backhaul for public and private networks. COMSovereign, a 4G LTE Advanced and 5G communication systems and solutions...

A View from the Top by Jon Schultz

Introduction. The real estate industry is about to give birth to the most transformative era in the office marketplace in a generation – it’s messy, it’s loud, it’s frantic and its future is yet to be seen. But it is definitely upon us and there is no way to stop it. The prospective of declining demand and increasing costs has chilled many development aspirations over the last 9 months and the remaining players are preparing for a battle that will be won with technical superiority and scale – and will be richly rewarded at its conclusion. The laggards

How can all three wireless carriers be the fastest?

Moderate your 5G expectations to avoid being disappointed At some point over the last couple of years, wireless carriers AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile have claimed...

Healthcare Tech

The Case for Hospital Grade Connectivity

COVID’s Call to Action The COVID-19 Pandemic has caused many healthcare organizations to re-think the performance and capabilities of their legacy wireless infrastructure networks. ...

BlueZoo’s BlueFox Count solution to help CRE with occupancy monitoring

Numerous businesses have pivoted their offerings during the COVID-19 pandemic, either to keep their lights on or to help others get through this trying...

Tech titans show great belief in CRE

The COVID-19 pandemic has left many individuals and companies with no choice but to work remotely. The recent spike in telework has raised questions...

City office buildings face return to work setback amid virus spikes

A recent spike in COVID-19 cases throughout the U.S. caused a major setback to return to work numbers—especially in cities, according to The Wall...

Public Safety

CNC Technical Services and Comba Telecom partner to provide a public safety in-building emergency communications system in the Las Vegas Venetian® Hotel

Comba Telecom to provide public safety communications equipment for The Venetian Hotel and Casino located on the famous Las Vegas strip (8 Dec 2020 – Milpitas, CA) – Comba Telecom, Inc. (“Comba Telecom”), a global leading wireless solutions provider,...

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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

Warning: smart building tech could attract hackers

Connected build technology has become increasingly beneficial to commercial real estate owners, as they can control lights, thermostats, security camera systems, locks and more...

VoltServer Powers Cutting Edge Technology at Westfield Public School

Public schools may not be the first use case that comes to your mind when you think of cutting-edge enterprise technology. The Westfield Public Schools is a K through 12 public school district in Westfield, NJ. There are 10 different buildings across the township managed by a coordinated IT services team. The team has learned that it pays to adopt intelligent, converged infrastructure. The district has been able to save tens of thousands of taxpayer dollars for capital expenses and even more in ongoing operating expenses by implementing an IP based infrastructure. The power backbone of that system

Redefining Smart Buildings

If you ask ten people for a definition of a “smart building,” you will likely get ten different answers. It all began back in the early 90s, when BACnet ushered in an era of open protocol building automation that made building systems more intelligent and set the stage for future integrations. In the mid-90s, a smart building was known as one that had high speed broadband – and in the early 2000s, the introduction of in-building wireless gave way to the idea of a fully “connected” building. These technologies provided the foundation for data collection, aggregation, integration, automation,

Smart Lock Maker Latch to Go Public Through Tishman Speyer’s SPAC

Latch, a smart lock and building management software maker, announced its plans to go public this week. The company will merge with TS Innovation,...

Cisco ends its smart city push

Now the Focus becomes Smart Buildings Cisco Systems recent announced it is stepping back from its effort to develop smart cities, The Wall Street Journal...

Critical Assets, Critical Security: What CRE Can Learn from the SolarWinds Attack

By now, most of the general population has heard the words “hack” and “SolarWinds” at least once as they’ve turned on the evening news....

View Smart Windows to surround Uber’s new Dallas regional hub

Technology company View announced this week that its smart windows have started to ship to the Epic II, a 470,000 square foot, 23-story office...

An IoT-Enabled Office Is a Must, Post-COVID

COVID-19 has changed the world. Lockdowns and stay-at-home orders began in March 2020 within the United States, and regions have been going back and...

Innovation through Integration: Making Your Building Safer and Smarter

Barby Biggs, CTO, Northeast Region, ConvergeOne If 2020 has taught us anything, it has taught us just how adaptable the human species is. It...

Smart glass company View announces plans to go public

Smart window company View recently announced its merger agreement with special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) CF Finance Acquisition Corp. II. Cantor Fitzgerald sponsored the...
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