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Frontier Communications Files for Chapter 11

Frontier Communications recently announced it and its direct and indirect subsidiaries voluntarily filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The telecommunications company filed in order to...

Is Nokia being targeted for a hostile takeover?

Nokia Corporation, the world’s second largest telecom equipment maker by sales after Huawei, is rumored to be in an anonymous buyer’s sights, according to...

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...

Hype or Hope?

Verizon CEO: 5G Will Change the World Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg was a guest speaker at the Yahoo Finance All Markets Summit last week. Vestberg...

Testing Verizon’s 5G Network- Spotty at Best

Wireless carrier Verizon has been deploying its 5G networks to select areas of various cities across the United States. Verizon recently added...

Tower Operators Show Strong Results- and a Bright Future

DISH Network Corp.'s entry into the wireless industry may be a boon for wireless tower operators as the new carrier ramps up efforts to...

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...

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...

CRE Take Note- Mobile Data Volume Nearly Doubles in 2018

The CTIA’s 2019 Annual Wireless Industry Survey revealed that Americans used 82% more mobile data last year than it did in 2017. The survey...

Industrial Real Estate Adopts Tech: 5 Trends to Watch

While industrial real estate has lagged in the adoption of technology compared with other CRE sectors that trend is about to change. The demand for...
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Private companies deploy their own 5G networks

Major wireless carriers in the U.S. have been hard at work to deploy a nationwide 5G wireless network, but there will be a key...

More malls file for bankruptcy amid COVID-19 pandemic

The rapid clip at which mall landlords are seeking bankruptcy protection during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as beforehand, could mean things are getting...

Parking Lot Tech? REEF turns Lots into Neighborhood Hubs

REEF Technology secures $700M investment to remaking parking lots SoftBank and Mubadala Corp. recently put their continued faith in the commercial real estate industry on...

U.S. House passes $750M Open RAN 5G bill

The U.S. House passed three telecommunications-related bills this week, including The Utilizing Strategic Allied (USA) Telecommunications Act of 2020. The bill, which passed unanimously,...

Enable Timely 5G Network Deployments Utilizing Mid-Band Spectrum

The role of new licensed, unlicensed, and shared mid-band spectrum (2-6 GHz) is vital in continuing the widespread adoption of 5G networks. The FCC...