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Connectivity Wireless Deploys CBRS (OnGo™) in Times Square

Wireless solutions and service provider Connectivity Wireless announced this week that it, in partnership with Sky Connect Networks, deployed OnGo™ LTE Connectivity based on...

iPhone 11: No 5G Yet But Great Cameras

The iPhone 11 isn't a 5G phone or overly ambitious. But it does support CBRS and the price may be just right to help...

Geoverse Brings More Clarity To The 5G Phenomenon

It’s been quite some time since the next generation of wireless, most commonly known as 5G, elevated from “if ” it would be deployed...

Landlording 2.0: Are You Getting The Most Out Of Your Building’s Data?

As the commercial real estate market faces tightening yields, the ability to maximize value from assets, equipment, tenants and occupants is becoming increasingly critical....

Seven Things Every Building Owner Should Know About CBRS

For too long, commercial real estate owners and industrial landlords have suffered from poor in-building connectivity and very high costs related to networking technologies...

CBA balks at T-Mobile’s proposal to FCC

The C-Band Alliance (CBA) has remained optimistic that its proposal to reallocate C-Band spectrum in the United States despite opposition from T-Mobile, writes Via...

Debunking AT&T’s 5G Launch -When is 5G not 5G

At the end of December, AT&T announced it would provide a mobile 5G device over a commercial, standards-based mobile 5G network. Not only did...

Samsung Announces First 5G Modem Compliant with 3GPP Standards

Samsung Electronics recently announced that it has developed the Exynos Modem 5100, the industry’s first 5G modem that is compatible with 3rd Generation Partnership...

Future or fantasy? Building owners could pay for part of 5G rollout

“Dead spots,” the places cell signals can’t reach because a building is too big large and think is still an issue in many places,...

Why You Should Attend Next Week’s Connectivity Expo

On May 21 to May 24, the Connectivity Expo, or Connect X will take place at the Charlotte Convention Center. As a media partner...
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Part 2 of the Connected Virtual Tech Event Runs July 22-23rd

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Telecom’s Glorious Past and Present

Telecommunications – the art of communications at a distance – is arguably one of the greatest contributors to the advancement of human civilization. ...

FCC approval puts Amdocs among CBRS SAS administrators

Software and services vendor Amdocs has been approved as a Spectrum Access System (SAS) administrator for the CBRS private network ecosystem. A SAS...

Boston Properties collects 98% of office rents, closes $300M of asset sales

Company also shares building repopulation plans across property regions. Boston Properties, Inc., a U.S. Class A office properties owner, developer and manager, announced this week...

FCC Designates Huawei and ZTE as national security threats

The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau formally designated manufacturers Huawei Technologies Company and ZTE Corporation as national security threats....

Microsoft to close its physical retail locations

Microsoft recently announced it will close all of its physical store locations as part of, “ a strategic change in its retail operations.” The...

NB-IOT and LTE-M – Understanding the Nuances for CRE Application Considerations

As the Internet-of-Things (IoT) continues to connect people, space and things at a massive scale, two standards in the world of licensed spectrum, LTE-M...