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Older Sprint phones don’t work on T-Mobile 5G network—yet

T-Mobile and Sprint’s recent merger has brought mostly good news to the carriers, but it would not be surprising if they encountered some hiccups...

Verizon, T-Mobile post good showings in Super Bowl Speedtest

Wireless carriers Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint all went to great lengths to ensure their customers had excellent connectivity at Hard Rock Stadium during...

4G

Indicates the Fourth generation of mobile (cellular) networks. The 4G architecture required an all IP based network, began moving away from a centralized network...

Opensignal shares its 2020 telecom forecast

Opensignal is an independent mobile analytics company. They specialize in quantifying mobile network experience. Opensignal recently shared its telecom and technology predictions for next...

Breaking down the differences between 4G and 5G

The emergence of 5G wireless networks has been one of most discussed topics in the commercial real estate industry. However, numerous discussions about a...

Corning, Intel Announce 5G In-Building Network Collaboration

The Technology Companies Working to bring us 5G Corning Incorporated is a materials science innovator. Corning Incorporated and Intel have formed a partnership to help...

Druid Software’s Solutions Bring Private Wireless Networks to CRE

Druid Software Leads the Pack Druid Software is a leading private LTE cellular solutions provider based in Dublin, Ireland. Since its inception in...

Wi-Fi vs. CBRS Spectrum and Private LTE

Wi-Fi is experiencing a slow and painful death as more enterprises turn to cellular Private LTE networks. Priorities include increasing demand in enterprise...

Forget 5G- Our 4G Network Lags the World

The U.S. continues to lag significantly behind European nations in wireless performance according to a new report released by Opensignal. The U.S. ranked among the...

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...
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FCC Designates Huawei and ZTE as national security threats

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Microsoft to close its physical retail locations

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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...