Qualcomm Technologies Inc. and Siemens Smart Infrastructure recently announced a collaboration as they reimagine building automation by applying 5G private networks (PN) based on the Snapdragon X55 5G Modem-RF System in the Americas. The companies’ joint effort is currently taking place at the Siemens Chicagoland office in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, where they are testing 5G PN
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In a positive sign for property technology (proptech) investor interest, Prophia, an artificial intelligence (AI) technology provider for lease abstraction and commercial real estate (CRE) data management, recently announced $10.2 million in Series A funding, which Cercano Management led. Investor confidence in the company perhaps comes from its reported 250 percent ARR growth in 2022
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Increased connected medical device use has been great for physician and patient convenience but not so great for keeping patient data safe, according to a recent Capterra Medical IoT Survey. The survey, which was conducted in October 2022 with 151 U.S. respondents, revealed that 67 percent of healthcare cyberattacks impacted patient data and almost half
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Wireless communications solutions provider JMA Wireless recently announced that it will deploy its cloud-native 5G XRAN solution on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) Anywhere. Together, the two services will offer enterprises, carriers, universities and government agencies an opportunity to simplify the process of building, managing and operating private 5G networks. JMA’s XRAN creates a
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ExteNet Systems, a leading privately held owner of LTE/5G wireless and fiber neutral-host communications infrastructure, today announced it has entered an exclusive agreement with T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) to deploy digital wireless infrastructure in large sports, entertainment, hospitality and transportation venues, as well as to rationalize and decommission T-Mobile’s overlapping network assets inherited from its merger
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Federated Wireless recently announced it will work with Amazon Web Services (AWS) on a private wireless deployment with California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly) to support the university’s 5G innovation network. The deployment will increase research capabilities, enhance bandwidth and advance connectivity across the San Luis Obispo, CA, campus. Cal Poly is one of the
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The fifth generation of wireless connectivity, more commonly known as 5G, has been deemed a significantly faster alternative to its predecessors that will offer lower latency and allow businesses and individuals to deploy their own private wireless networks. The challenge now will be keeping 5G networks secure, Inside Towers reports. Many 5G service providers have
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Hybrid work models are expected to impact office demand as tenants continue to gravitate toward quality assets, according to research from Newmark, GlobeSt.com reports. Newmark’s analysts have forecasted that “high-quality assets in dynamic suburban markets may hold an advantage over traditionally stable downtown assets.” Additionally, the research firm projected tenants will look for assets that
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Turing vacant offices into spaces other industries can use has been a common suggestion to address the impact the COVID-19 pandemic had on the office sector. However, a recent CBRE analysis revealed that turning these empty office spaces into homes, hotels or life science spaces would only remodel 2 percent of the 4 billion square
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Demand within the industrial market is expected to remain strong, according to a recent CBRE Industrial Occupier Survey. While demand may not reach the heights it did in 2021, 64 percent of the 100 U.S.-based survey respondents plan to expand their real estate footprint during the next three years despite economic uncertainty. Meanwhile, 81 percent
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