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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...

FCC Authorizes Deployments in 3.5 GHz CBRS Band, Opens Billions in Economic Opportunity for U.S.

Publisher’s Note: This is a supplemental edition of our weekly newsletter to bring CRE leaders information on the exciting Commercial Launch of CBRS (OnGo) FCC Authorizes...

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...

Costly Fiber Solutions Finally Have a Quality Alternative

Factoring in the cost and time to implement good in-building cellular coverage. When is Fiber needed? Fiber is typically used in an Active DAS to connect...

Final approvals for CBRS Initial Commercial Deployments Approach Finish Line

The much-awaited initial commercial deployments of the 3.5 GHz  Citizens Broadband Radio Service band are finally approaching the finish line. The final test reports from...

New In-Vehicle Cell Signal Booster from SureCall

Cell phone signal booster provider SureCall recently released a new model for vehicles, the Fusion2Go Max. This solution is the first multi-user booster to...

Realcomm Promotes Proptech and Begins to Eye Wireless Connectivity

  Last week’s Realcomm show in Nashville seemed like a well-oiled machine run by a top shelf team of trade show pros. The event brought...

Dali Wireless Awarded $9M in Lawsuit With Rival CommScope

Jury determined CommScope infringed on two of Dali’s patents and Dali infringed on five of Commscopes. Dali Wireless, which designs wireless systems to help improve...
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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...

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The carrier made T-Mobile Connect available this week to help those impacted by Coronavirus. T-Mobile announced this week it will launch T-Mobile Connect, its lowest...

FCC Grants Carriers Temp Access To Spectrum

The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Telecommunications Bureau recently granted AT&T and Verizon’s request for Special Temporary Authority to use extra spectrum to help meet...

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Carriers step up in a big way during Coronavirus crisis

Last week, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai launched the Keep Americans Connected Pledge to ensure Americans did not lose broadband or phone...

FCC works to keep Americans connected and protected

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced it is taking two big steps towards helping people remain connected amid the Coronavirus outbreak. First, FCC Chairman...