Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou has returned to China after reaching agreement with U.S. prosecutors, concluding a three-year extradition battle.
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Philippine carrier Globe Telecom has announced the launch of a trial 5G SA network in the city of Makati, following its 2020 5G NSA rollout.
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T-Mobile US CEO: Driving 5G handset adoption is “strategically important…given the huge lead that we have in 5G” In the 18 months since T-Mobile US completed its merger with Sprint, the carrier has been rapidly deploying 5G using its own 600 MHz holdings as well as Sprint’s 2.5 GHz holdings. In tandem with the network [...]
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The Federal Communications Commission has parceled out a first wave of $1.2 billion in emergency connectivity funding, which the agency says will help to connect more than 3.6 million students across the United States. According to the FCC, the $1.2 billion will go to 3,040 schools, 260 libraries and 24 consortia of schools and libraries [...]
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The 5G industry continues to develop antenna modules and systems that can take greater advantage of the wide channels available at mmWave frequencies above 24 GHz. Many of these devices lack coaxial connectors or RF test points and require Over-the-Air (OTA) validation to determine their beamforming performance. This presentation introduces several real and practical challenges [...]
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September greetings from the Midwest and Southeast. Rather than show a picture of rural America (I am building up a considerable collection), this week’s opening picture is a throwback rediscovered during our recent move back to Kansas City – the Georgetown University Sprint Leadership sessions I attended in 2006-2007 (see top row, second from right, next [...]
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Verizon has been deploying MEC infrastructure for two years giving it a “head start” over its competition, CEO says Speaking Sept. 21 at the virtual Goldman Sachs Communicopia conference, Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg outlined both existing and developing “vectors of growth” that he characterized as based on “the best network.” In terms of what’s already [...]
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Fixed wireless access (FWA) is – at long last – a viable tool in the toolkit, thanks to a combination of technological advances and shifting market trends. Both mobile and converged operators are in an excellent position to use their licensed wireless spectrum and extend existing or even create new business and residential broadband opportunities. [...]
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Antennas are the wires of the wireless world. They are the last stop for a signal on its way from a transmitter and the point of entry for a signal coming home to a receiver. A wireless network can be built with the world’s latest high-performance radio technology and best fiber optic backbone, but the [...]
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Join Nokia on a journey to a new age of infinite potential made possible through technology. See what’s possible when you break down the barriers holding you back.
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Customers’ decision to buy will likely depend on age of current phone, how much they value battery life and improved camera capabilities. It’s been a full year since Apple released an iPhone. The latest iteration, the iPhone 13, and early reviews appear to be mixed. For example, The New York Times reported that the updates
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Google said it will purchase a Manhattan office building for $2.1 billion, a sign that big technology companies are still interested in office space, despite the growing remote work trend, according to a Wall Street Journal exclusive report. The deal for the building is the most expensive for one U.S. office building since the COVID-19
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A recent Dell’Oro Group report stated that Open RAN (radio access networks) radio and baseband projections have been updated in the upward direction. Standard RAN provides the technology necessary to connect users, mobile phones and enterprises to the mobile network over radio waves and is typically presented as hardware or software integrated platform. An open
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How residential multifamily living Is following the hotel technology roadmap to create memorable experiences For the past two years, the traditional American home has served as a hybrid location for “work,” “the fitness club,” “the restaurant,” and the daycare center. There is significant pressure for property owners and operators to re-evaluate their property offering to
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Many office workers got familiar with Zoom’s videoconferencing technology while they worked remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, the company is working with an office phone booth maker to build videoconferencing pods for offices, The Wall Street Journal reports. The modular booth, called, “Room for Zoom” is collaboration between Zoom and Room, Inc. and is
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After a two-year wait, coworking office space provider WeWork will be able to start trading its shares on the New York Stock Exchange around October 21, Bloomberg reports. BowX, the special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) that’s set to acquire WeWork, said its shareholders will meet virtually on October 19 to vote on the plan. The
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The recent rise in COVID-19 cases pushed back a number of business’ Labor Day target for bringing employees back to their offices, while simultaneously boosting coworking companies, Bisnow reports. A number of flexible office space providers have said they’ve seen occupancy increases throughout the summer, as a lot of small to mid-sized companies are opting
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Global digital infrastructure REIT (real estate investment trust) DigitalBridge Group, Inc. recently announced it will sell its Wellness Infrastructure business to real estate investment firms Highgate Capital Investments and Aurora Health Network in a deal valued at $3.2 billion. The total consideration includes $316 million of net value to DigitalBridge and the assumption of $2.6
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Favorable rates and terms for landlords looking to backfill vacant spaces could be a thing of the past, at least temporarily, according to a new analysis from commercial real estate data provider Trepp, GlobeSt.com reports. The combination of falling rental rates and increased “going in” cap rates have sped up the decline of property value.
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According to the Grocery Store Real Estate Market & Trends (2021) report published in July by First National Reality Partners, a private equity commercial real estate investment firm, “…the enduring demand of grocery items and the recent sales surges, the financial condition of the grocery industry as a whole makes grocery store retailers a safe
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