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6G? Already? Are you serious?

On the AMC drama “Mad Men”, ad executive Don Draper once said, “What is happiness? It’s a moment before we need more happiness.” It now...

Breaking News: FCC approves T-Mobile-Sprint Merger along party lines

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to approve T-Mobile’s proposed $26.5 billion deal with Sprint according to Reuters reports. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai along...

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...

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...

How will Google, Charter and Nokia Leverage CBRS

CBRS has enlivened an entire ecosystem. Big-named companies offering related devices, products. Services ranging from fixed deployments for rural broadband coverage to leveraging lower...

The Hospital of the Future- Thoughtwire and Schneider Cooperate to Make it Happen

ThoughtWire and Schneider Electric create a Strategic Partnership ThoughtWire is a Digital Twins provider for the built environment and Schneider Electric. Schneider Electric is...

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...

CBRS Alliance Announces Launch of OnGo™ ICD (Initial Commercial Deployment)

Collaboration makes CBRS band available for public use. The Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) Alliance gathered with wireless carriers, telecommunications firms, Department of Defense representatives,...

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...
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T-Mobile first to 5G in all 50 states

Carrier’s new partnership with GCI helps bring 5G to Alaska. Wireless carrier T-Mobile recently announced it has made 5G available in Alaska through its partnership...

Verizon, AT&T set sights on 5G Fixed Wireless

Both Verizon and AT&T deployed its plans to move forward with its 5G fixed wireless access (FWA)—the process of providing wireless broadband using radio...

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IBM leaves WeWork outpost in NYC

IBM announced it will leave its WeWork outpost in Union Square in New York, Commercial Observer reports. The tech company is one of the...

Retain Tenants by Solving Spotty Cellular Problems in Multi-Unit Dwellings

With more tenants working from home, it is no longer optional to provide a strong cellular connection inside your multi-unit dwellings. In fact, it...

JC Penney brought to you by Amazon? Can you see it?

I was reading a number of stories and listening to the pundits opine about whether Amazon will buy JC Penney and I have to...