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Commscope shares their research: Wireless in Buildings

Executive summary Driven by an evolving work force, technology advances, and increased pressure to reduce operating costs, workspaces inside today’s business facilities are undergoing dramatic...

Entertainment Services: The future is mobile

Executive Summary It is no exaggeration to say that the future of entertainment is mobile and that the future of mobile depends on reliable networks...

Wireless Lease Boom hitting the Real Estate Market Again

Wireless providers need for cell sites is piquing again as the industry prepares for the advent of 5G and the Internet of Things.  The...

Real Estate and 5G converge to drive DAS and Small Cell Deployment Practice

DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems) and Small Cell technology deployment is the new frontier of wireless which promises leading edge gains in coverage and capacity,...

The Role of Street Furniture in Expanding Mobile Broadband

Abstract Demand for mobile broadband is driving the need for small-cell architecture to supplement the macrocellular layer of commercial cellular coverage in today’s 4G networks...

3 Ways Distributed Antenna Systems Can Contribute To LEED

An estimated 40 to 48 percent of new non-residential buildings were green last year, and that number is only expected to rise. There’s a...

Commscope shares their research: Wireless in Buildings

Executive summary Driven by an evolving work force, technology advances, and increased pressure to reduce operating costs, workspaces inside today’s business facilities are undergoing dramatic...

Entertainment Services: The future is mobile

Executive Summary It is no exaggeration to say that the future of entertainment is mobile and that the future of mobile depends on reliable networks...

Wireless Lease Boom hitting the Real Estate Market Again

Wireless providers need for cell sites is piquing again as the industry prepares for the advent of 5G and the Internet of Things.  The...

Real Estate and 5G converge to drive DAS and Small Cell Deployment Practice

DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems) and Small Cell technology deployment is the new frontier of wireless which promises leading edge gains in coverage and capacity,...

The Role of Street Furniture in Expanding Mobile Broadband

Abstract Demand for mobile broadband is driving the need for small-cell architecture to supplement the macrocellular layer of commercial cellular coverage in today’s 4G networks...

3 Ways Distributed Antenna Systems Can Contribute To LEED

An estimated 40 to 48 percent of new non-residential buildings were green last year, and that number is only expected to rise. There’s a...
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INDUSTRY NEWS

AT&T hypes 5G+ service in Tampa—but how disappointed will users be?

Wireless carrier AT&T recently announced its 5G+ service, which uses millimeter wave spectrum, is available for businesses, residents and visitors to use in the...

CBRS Alliance to Become OnGo Alliance

Rebrand in to support global shared spectrum initiative The CBRS (Citizens Broadband Radio Service) Alliance announced this week that it will change its name to...

Private LTE Market is Projected to Reach USD 13 Billion by 2026

According to a recent study from market research firm Global Market Insights, The demand for private LTE market is anticipated to grow at an...

T-Mobile inks new deals with Ericsson, Nokia to enhance 5G network

T-Mobile’s 5G coverage got another recent boost, as it has signed five-year, multi-billion dollar agreements with Ericsson and Nokia. After merging with Sprint last...

C-Band auction concludes at record $80.9B

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced last week that the clock phase of the C-Band auction (107), which made available licenses for 280 megahertz...

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. ...

Qualcomm to Acquire NUVIA to power devices, self-driving cars

Qualcomm Technologies has entered an agreement to acquire NUVIA, which specializes in creating computing platforms, for approximately $1.4 billion. The company said the acquisition...
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