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  • T-Mobile Enters Edge Computing

    April 9, 2021— T-Mobile and Lumen Technologies are collaborating to expand their existing relationship by leveraging T-Mobile’s 5G mobile network to augment Lumen’s edge computing platform, helping enterprises effectively build, manage and scale applications across highly distributed environments. Through this approach, enterprises would have the ability to extend applications across a range of environments, ... Continue »
  • Verizon Deploys Network Repeaters From FRTek and SureCall

    April 9, 2021— Verizon customers will soon see increased 5G Ultra Wideband coverage through the use of signal repeaters from FRTek and SureCall leading to more 5G Ultra Wideband coverage for 5G mobility, 5G Home and 5G Business Internet customers. Verizon’s 5G Home Internet, delivered over Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband network is an extremely ... Continue »
  • NEDAS Conference Features Industry Experts Including AGL’s Don Bishop

    April 9, 2021— NEDAS, a grassroots association located at the intersection of wireline and wireless to improve communications infrastructure to the edge for buildings, municipalities, public safety, enterprise solutions, and more, has announced the agenda and speaker lineup for the NEDAS 2021 Spring Virtual Symposium taking place April 20-22, 2021 from 12:00-2:00 PM ... Continue »
  • Grain Management Closes Flagship, Spectrum Funds with $3.75B

    April 9, 2021— Grain Management has closed its flagship fund, Grain Communications Opportunity Fund III with $2.25 billion in commitments, exceeding its target of $1.5 billion. Grain also closed its third spectrum-focused investment vehicle, Grain Spectrum Holdings III, with $1.5 billion of commitments in September 2020, exceeding its $1 billion target. The Funds ... Continue »
  • 5G Reality Check: Time to Get Real About How It Can be Used

    April 9, 2021—
    By Ernest Worthman, Executive Editor, AWT magazine, Senior Member, IEEE
    Ern’s Perspective — While the hype around 5G has slowed, finally, in its place has sprung a fair amount of discussions about how it will be used. 5G’s success will depend, not only on new verticals, but on providing better answers to existing challenges, as well. More and more I see reports, ... Continue »
  • OnGo Alliance to Take Message Beyond CBRS

    April 9, 2021—
    By J. Sharpe Smith, Senior Editor
    2020 was a good year for the CBRS Alliance with the successful completion of the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) auction and the growth of its membership by 40 percent. This year has begun with a name change to the OnGo Alliance and presentation of a virtual conference. Dave Wright, ... Continue »
  • Verizon, Amazon Bring Edge Compute to Enterprises, Beginning with Corning

    April 6, 2021— Verizon Business and Amazon Web Services (AWS) will be expanding their 5G collaboration to deliver private mobile edge computing (MEC) to enterprise customers. The solution will provide completely dedicated edge compute infrastructure on-premise that enables ultra-low latency, higher levels of security and deeper customization. Corning will be the first company ... Continue »
  • Rural Wireless Carriers To Employ C Band, Too

    April 6, 2021—
    By J. Sharpe Smith, Senior Editor
    The C band is good spectrum but will it play in Peoria? How about western Kansas? Several speakers on the FierceWireless Keynote Panel: New Frontiers for 5G spoke about the role mid-band spectrum will play in rural wireless networks, during last week’s Mobile Carrier Show, produced by the Competitive Communications ... Continue »