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April 9, 2020| FierceWireless News FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly sent a letter to President Donald Trump requesting his intervention in freeing up critical mid-band spectrum for 5G, praising Trump for his “extraordinary leadership” on “all communications policy matters,” including 5G. O’Rielly has been the FCC’s point person on mid-band spectrum, navigating C-band
Shaw Press Release| April 9, 2020 Consolidated revenue increased 3.7% and adjusted EBITDA improved 9.5% year-over-year, in line with expectations and including the impact of IFRS 16 in fiscal 2020 Wireless service revenue and ARPU increased 19.6% and 3.1%, respectively, year-over-year as Freedom Mobile continues to grow its customer base,
Fiercewireless News| April 9, 2020 Nokia today announced the launch of its version of Dynamic Spectrum Sharing (DSS) for existing Nokia AirScale base stations. Nokia said its DSS solution goes beyond 4G/5G to include dynamic sharing between 2G, 3G and 4G technologies to enable a smooth evolution toward 5G deployments. Some
FierceWireless| Apr 8, 2020 Cisco, Altiostar and World Wide Technology (WWT) are working together on an open, virtual radio access network (vRAN) blueprint for service provider networks. The joint solution will help carriers deploy cloud-based vRAN systems based on technologies from Cisco and Altiostar and that will be brought to
SDX Central| April 6, 2020 Cisco today announced plans to acquire Fluidmesh Networks, a wireless backhaul vendor specializing in high speed and widely distributed environments, including mass transit, industrial IoT, ports, mines, and factories. The terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Cisco said it expects the acquisition to close before
April 6, 2020| CISCO Blog Which technologies will help you the most? As part of the recent RSA Conference, we all got to see – either in-person or virtually – the latest and greatest technology coming out of the security industry. While events like this can certainly be helpful in
5G is set to usher in higher data transfer speeds, enabling a new wave of computing technologies. But this will put new pressure on energy efficiency April 02, 2020|DCD In 1979, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT) launched the first mobile cellular network in Tokyo, Japan. An analog system, it is
Tech leaders highlight military AI and 5G investments they call essential to U.S economy and national security
APRIL 3, 2020| VentureBeat Some of the biggest names in AI at companies like Amazon, Google, and Microsoft are making recommendations about how the U.S. military and federal government should fund 5G adoption and AI initiatives as part of the forward-looking work of the National Security Council on AI (NSCAI).
Commscope| April 2, 2020 If you haven’t heard the news, CommScope is offering most of its online training classes for free until the end of May 2020. During these unprecedented times, we want to help our customers and partners increase their product and technology knowledge and reduce financial burden while
T-Mobile Press Release| April 1, 2020 Supercharged Un-carrier positioned to deliver unparalleled network reliability, value, innovation and commitment to customers now, when it’s more important than ever CEO transition occurs with close of merger; John Legere hands off CEO role to Mike Sievert Bellevue, Washington and Overland Park, Kansas –
LightReading| 31 March, 2020 ESPOO, Finland – Nokia has today announced the launch of a complete AI as a service offering: Nokia AVA 5G Cognitive Operations. The framework and its underlying AI-based solutions enable CSPs to transform their network, service and business operations through the application of AI, automation and
March 27, 2020| FierceWireless Cisco’s Kevin Wollenweber has turned into a COVID-19 sleuth of sorts over the past few weeks as he tracks the virus’ impact on service provider networks via some of the major internet peering exchanges. Overall, Wollenweber, Cisco’s vice president of service provider networking, said the world’s