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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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Get the tradeshow experience without leaving your chair

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Almost every industry in the United States has been put on hold due to the recent health crisis, and the trade show circuit has been no exception. In these uncertain times, Connected Real Estate...
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International expert panel deems 5G safe

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The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) recently announced that 5G does not pose a health risk. The independent panel, which provides scientific advice and guidance on the health and environmental effects of...
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Enterprises yet to fully embrace 5G

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5G wireless networks have been touted as a game changer for a number of different industries—healthcare, education, retail and more. It’s impact is expected to be felt everywhere from office buildings to factory floors....
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T-Mobile launches $15/month 5G plan ahead of time

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The carrier made T-Mobile Connect available this week to help those impacted by Coronavirus. T-Mobile announced this week it will launch T-Mobile Connect, its lowest priced smartphone plan, ahead of schedule to ensure everyone can...
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FCC Grants Carriers Temp Access To Spectrum

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The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Telecommunications Bureau recently granted AT&T and Verizon’s request for Special Temporary Authority to use extra spectrum to help meet Americans’ wireless broadband needs during the health crisis. The FCC...
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Carriers step up in a big way during Coronavirus crisis

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Last week, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai launched the Keep Americans Connected Pledge to ensure Americans did not lose broadband or phone connectivity due to the Coronavirus outbreak. All four of the...
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FCC works to keep Americans connected and protected

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced it is taking two big steps towards helping people remain connected amid the Coronavirus outbreak. First, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai launched the Keep Americans Connected Pledge to help...

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Get the tradeshow experience without leaving your chair

Almost every industry in the United States has been put on hold due to the recent health crisis, and the trade show circuit has...

International expert panel deems 5G safe

The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) recently announced that 5G does not pose a health risk. The independent panel, which provides scientific...

Enterprises yet to fully embrace 5G

5G wireless networks have been touted as a game changer for a number of different industries—healthcare, education, retail and more. It’s impact is expected...

T-Mobile launches $15/month 5G plan ahead of time

The carrier made T-Mobile Connect available this week to help those impacted by Coronavirus. T-Mobile announced this week it will launch T-Mobile Connect, its lowest...

Healthcare Tech

International expert panel deems 5G safe

The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) recently announced that 5G does not pose a health risk. The independent panel, which provides scientific...

Carriers step up in a big way during Coronavirus crisis

Last week, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai launched the Keep Americans Connected Pledge to ensure Americans did not lose broadband or phone...

FCC works to keep Americans connected and protected

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced it is taking two big steps towards helping people remain connected amid the Coronavirus outbreak. First, FCC Chairman...

Zoom provides software to schools for free

Videoconferencing software company Zoom is providing schools with its technology for free as more schools have shut down because of the Coronavirus, Forbes reports....

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

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Wireless carriers step up to help with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

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The Wireless Codes For In-Building

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

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Wireless carriers continue relief efforts during Hurricane Irma

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IoT Buildings

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...

Building Owners and Developers Grapple with New Tech

Since the beginning of the internet age, new communications technologies have always been introduced and adopted by the commercial real estate industry. After the birth...
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