Listen as Laurie talks with Ken DiScipio, from Tavistock, on what technologies exist in the smart city of Lake Nona, FL and why people want to live there. 0 (1s): Podcasting from great gate studios. It’s time for Connected with Laurie tune in every other Wednesday to learn about the future innovation of technology
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Imaging, gaming and AI get big boosts with Snapdragon 888 On the second day of its Qualcomm Snapdragon Tech Summit, company reps provided deep dives into key aspects of the forthcoming Snapdragon 888 5G Mobile Platform, giving a glimpse into some of the features Android users can expect in 2021 flagship devices. In addition to [...]
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Of the 106 CSPs with 5G services, 22 have announced mobile cloud gaming services, reports Ericsson The November Ericsson Mobility Report included a dedicated mobile gaming section, where it explored the new business opportunities emerging in this space as a result of 5G and cloud computing. By running a game on a nearby server [...]
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The global pandemic, severe wildfire and one of the most active hurricane seasons on record have meant that 2020 “has proved to be an exceptional test year” for the FirstNet network, according to the most recent iteration of Ericsson’s Mobility Report (pdf). The report included a section highlighting AT&T’s FirstNet network for public safety and [...]
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There has been a paradigm shift when it comes to who is involved in delivering enterprise network connectivity Private cellular networks are seen by many as a major opportunity to set up bespoke networks in support of industrial internet of things projects and in service of applications where data sovereignty is paramount. While enterprises can [...]
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Danish operator TDC said it completed nationwide 5G deployment on December 1 after upgrading 3,800 mobile masts. The carrier said that this makes Denmark the first Nordic country to have 5G service across the country. “Every year, Danes’ consumption of mobile data increases by about 35-40%. The need for a fast mobile network has never [...]
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Japanese company Fujitsu announced that its O-RAN-compatible 5G radio unit was selected by compatriot carrier KDDI for the construction of virtualized base stations for 5G commercial services in Japan. The base stations will be delivered in the second half of fiscal year 2021, Fujitsu said. The newly developed 5G Radio Unit uses O-RAN standard specifications [...]
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While having cellular coverage is no longer optional in large buildings – such as schools, offices, retail spaces, hotels, warehouses, data centers, medical facilities, and emergency response headquarters – many of these facilities have spotty or poor quality cellular reception which needs to be addressed. This is of critical importance as schools and businesses go [...]
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RCR Wireless News · Will 5G Change the World? Gheorghe Spiride, Ericsson (Ep. 28) Ericsson’s Gheorghe Spiride discusses what 5G can do for rural communities as well as how smaller operators are exploring the technology, and he parses whether the impact of 5G will be marked by a single action or, rather, something more like [...]
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Cyber threats are rising and falling along with the amount of time spent at home and online due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The new wave of infections and lockdowns meaning that people spend more time online and experience more attacks, according to Allot’s security report for the third quarter of 2020. The report is [...]
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As Allegiant Stadium prepared to host football games for the first time, the Las Vegas Raiders sought to build a leading fan experience in the NFL to match the new look and feel of the stadium. A key component of this fan experience would be providing the stadium with cost effective and high performance mobile [...]
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This week’s Connected Virtual Tech Event has shown the way for the future of virtual shows by using an innovative new platform called Purple which allowed attendees, speakers and sponsors to actually use voice communication to interact. The event was held Monday and Tuesday and drew almost 1300 registrants to learn, explore, network and exhibit.
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Tishman Speyer, one of the largest commercial real estate landlords in the United States with a 78 million square feet portfolio, recently created a $300 million special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) to invest in property technology (Proptech), Commercial Observer reports. The news comes after Tishman Speyer filed paperwork with the SEC on November 9. According
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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced industries across the U.S. to be creative and flexible in how they generate or save money for the past several months. Companies with extra office space are no exception as many of them are now looking to lease it to other tenants, The Wall Street Journal reports. As more employees
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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 question raised regardless of who does it first—will everyone have access to the network? Wisconsin-based WiConnect Wireless is working to make that question a non-factor at least locally, The Wall Street
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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 worse for the industry before they get better. Mid-sized publicly listed mall owners CBL & Associates Properties and Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust announced they were filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
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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 display when it invested $700 million into REEF Technology, TechCrunch reports. REEF, which began as a hardware, software and management services provider for parking lots, now also adds infrastructure for
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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, will make $750 million of grants available through the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) on a consistent basis to support Open RAN 5G network deployment and use throughout the United
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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 is continually freeing up more mid-band spectrum, including coveted frequencies within the C-band, CBRS, and unlicensed bands for 5G NR-U. It provides capacity improvements and wider coverage needed for an increasing
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Hear Laurie interview Andrew about his different way of looking at Real Estate assets and the technology to run them with their home grown platform called Stemmons.
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