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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....

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...

Coronavirus drastically increases demand for telemedicine

The recent Coronavirus outbreak has reinforced the need for strong in-building wireless networks for a lot of industries—including telemedicine. Research firm Pitchbook recently reported...

JMA’s TEKO platform offers rare large venue support for New T-Mobile, DISH bands

JMA Wireless, a next-generation communication systems builder, recently confirmed unique industry support for two crucial indoor deployment spectrum bands for New T-Mobile and DISH....

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....

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...

Coronavirus drastically increases demand for telemedicine

The recent Coronavirus outbreak has reinforced the need for strong in-building wireless networks for a lot of industries—including telemedicine. Research firm Pitchbook recently reported...

JMA’s TEKO platform offers rare large venue support for New T-Mobile, DISH bands

JMA Wireless, a next-generation communication systems builder, recently confirmed unique industry support for two crucial indoor deployment spectrum bands for New T-Mobile and DISH....
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INDUSTRY NEWS

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...

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...

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...

FCC Grants Carriers Temp Access To Spectrum

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...

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...
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