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Innovating to Improve Tomorrow

Disruptive innovation is often heralded in response to untoward events such as disasters and catastrophes. Prime cases include changes in shipbuilding and seafaring...

Virtual Health 2.0: Healthcare as an APP?

The healthcare industry is being challenged to re-assess past delivery modalities in unprecedented ways as it struggles to adapt to the current “new normal”...

Yes Zoom is popular, but is it safe?

Zoom, the videoconferencing service, has seen a recent usage surge because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The outbreak has caused many people to work from...

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...

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...

Walmart, Verizon explore testing 5G in some stores

Walmart and Verizon are in talks to install antennas and other equipment in the retailer’s stores to create and test 5G wireless networks, The...

Someone Call a Doctor- The Care You Get May Be On Your Smartphone

Members of the Millennial and Gen Z generations are rapidly changing the delivery and provision of modern health care. The changes are starting with...

Why Retail’s Next Big Opportunity Is Healthcare

Healthcare providers are looking to retail locations and shopping centers to meet demand from consumers for better health care services, convenience, and localized support. Consumer...

Survey: 74% of office workers complain about in-building cellular coverage

Millennial age group is most likely to complain, and healthcare and hospitality workers struggle with in-building cellular, a Zinwave report finds At this point, it’s...
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Part 2 of the Connected Virtual Tech Event Runs July 22-23rd

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Former Apple CEO: Now is NOT the time to stop branding efforts

The easiest thing to do in a business downturn is to pull back on your branding and marketing. Don’t do it says John Sculley...

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...