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Geoverse to Deploy Private LTE Solution at 7 Cedars Casino

The Washington Casino Upgrades Their Wireless Connection Geoverse is a licensed mobile network operator and private LTE services provider. They recently...

Solving Cellular Reception Challenges for Properties in Dense Urban Environments

People continue to move from rural to urban areas, making for larger cities with greater population density. This urban phenomenon offers an abundance of...

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...

How can Enterprise clients use CBRS?

The case studies are in! ANS Advanced Network Services (ANS), JMA Wireless Bring CBRS to American Dream Complex Companies discuss project at Federated Wireless media...

Need a Radio For Your DAS System?

Diamond Acquires Cheytec Telecommunications’ In-Building Assets, Contracts. Wireless infrastructure company Diamond Communications announced this week its subsidiary Diamond Mobile Solutions acquired Cheytec Communications’ in-building assets....

Huawei Releases 5G Mate 30 Series, Without Google Apps

Huawei Technologies' new Mate 30 5G smartphone series will be released today, but the new devices won't come with YouTube, Gmail or Google Maps....

5G Internet Service Is Coming To Homes & Your Office May Be Next

Bringing 5G to Home Verizon says it will bring 5G Home Internet service to every market that it deploys 5G mobile in. It...

China Poised to Claim Lead in 5G Race

American wireless carriers might lead the world in early 5G development, but there a number of telecom industry leaders who believe China is 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...

NYSE Antennas Met with Backlash from High Frequency Traders

Does The NYSE Upgrade Give an Unfair Advantage? The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) recently took on some criticism due to its two...
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It’s official: T-Mobile closes merger with Sprint

T-Mobile announced this week that it officially closed its $31 billion merger with Sprint after a two-year, uphill climb. The combined company will be...

FCC delays CBRS spectrum auction amid Coronavirus

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced last week that it would delay the Priority Access License (PAL) auction for the 3.5GHz CBRS (Citizens Radio...

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Sitetracker releases 2020 Telecom Infrastucture Provider Outlook

Survey shines light on how telecom leaders think Coronavirus will impact the industry. Sitetracker, a high-volume infrastructure project manager, recently announced it released its 2020...

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Almost every industry in the United States has been put on hold due to the recent health crisis, and the trade show circuit has...

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...