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  • Qualcomm Showcases First 5G Modem

    AGL eDigestOctober 20, 2016 — Qualcomm Technologies has launched the Qualcomm Snapdragon X50 5G modem, designed to support original equipment manufacturers that are building the next generation of cellular devices, as well as aid operators with early 5G trials and deployments. The Snapdragon X50 5G modem will initially support operation in millimeter ... • Continue
  • Vertical Bridge Issues Secured Tower Revenue Securities

    AGL eDigestOctober 20, 2016 — Vertical Bridge has announced the closing of $196 million initial principal amount of Series 2016-2 Secured Tower Revenue Notes in a private asset-backed securitization transaction. The Notes were issued by Vertical Bridge CC and were issued in two classes consisting of $174.2 million initial principal amount of ... • Continue
  • KodaCloud Awarded ‘Best Cloud Solution’

    AGL eDigestOctober 20, 2016 — KodaCloud has received MSPAlliance’s “Best Cloud Solution” award for its AI-Powered Cloud Service Wi-Fi for Managed Service Providers (MSP) and their enterprise customers. MSPAlliance is a group of cloud and managed service providers. This award recognizes technology-enabling companies that have demonstrated consistent efforts to advance the ... • Continue
  • Carrier/Towerco Friction Ratchets Up a Notch

    rp_rich_biby-209x300-209x300-209x300.jpgOctober 20, 2016 By Richard P. Biby, P.E. Publisher AGL Media Group The carriers and tower companies have been at each other pretty hard lately. AT&T and Sprint have been vocal about their displeasure with the costs of renting space on the traditional big tower companies’ antenna sites. Sprint waged media warfare in talking about ... • Continue
  • IHS Perspective on 5G Calls For Two Waves of Deployment

    AGL eDigestOctober 20, 2016 — By Ernest Worthman Executive Editor AGL Small Cell Magazine While there is no shortage of analysts predicting any number of metrics about 5G, a recent IHS Market analysis offers an interesting perspective on how 5G will roll out IHS says that it will come in two waves; the first is sub-6 ... • Continue

  • AT&T, Ericsson Demonstrate 5G Capabilities

    AGL eDigestOctober 20, 2016 — AT&T was scheduled to perform its first public demonstration of 5G millimeter wave technology with Ericsson, yesterday, at the Texas Wireless Summit, at the Blanton Museum of Art Edgar Smith Building at the University of Texas at Austin. For the past several months, it has been working ... • Continue
  • Enterprise Wi-Fi Finds a Home in the Cloud with AI

    HaraldsvikOctober 20, 2016 By J. Sharpe Smith Senior Editor AGL eDigest We recently caught up with industry veteran Ronny Haraldsvik who joined KodaCloud, an emerging cloud/managed network services company, as senior vice president and chief marketing officer in August of this year. Previously, he was with SpiderCloud Wireless, BelAir Networks, Flarion and Qualcomm. Haraldsvik shared ... • Continue
  • Telia, Ericsson Demo High-Speed, Low-Latency System

    AGL eDigestOctober 18, 2016 — Telia, a mobile network in Sweden, and Ericsson have conducted outdoor tests of a trial system with the goal of rolling out a high-speed, low-latency system in Stockholm, Sweden, and Tallinn, Estonia, in 2018. The trial in Kista, Sweden, used 800 megahertz of spectrum in the 15 ... • Continue
  • Quantenna Announces 802.11ax Wi-Fi Solution

    AGL eDigestQuantenna Communications has launched an 802.11ax product called QSR10G-AX, which is built on the QSR10G Wave 3 Wi-Fi platform and adds support for the draft 1.0 of the IEEE specification 802.11ax standard. As Wi-Fi usage continues to grow, the Wi-Fi 802.11 IEEE standard evolves to cope with the augmented complexity of ... • Continue
  • LTE-U Must Prove Coexistence with Wi-Fi

    AGL eDigestOctober 18, 2016 —  By Ernest Worthman Executive Editor AGL Small Cell Magazine The bantering over the coexistence of Wi-Fi and LTE-U continues. Recently, after a protracted pregnancy, the Wi-Fi Alliance (WFA ) has released its plan for Wi-Fi/LTE-U coexistence. The usual players, who have a vested interest in LTE-U –– Verizon, Qualcomm, Ericsson, and ... • Continue
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