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Trump administration nominates Simington to the FCC

September 17, 2020

Category: Wireless

The Trump administration has settled on a new Republican nominee to the Federal Communications Commission: Nathan Simington, a telecom lawyer who has been holding a senior advisor position at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration since June. In August, the […]


The Remote Work Reality is Driving New Opportunities for 5G, Edge and IoT

September 11, 2020

Category: Wireless

As Coronavirus has forced social distancing to take over most of our lives, companies have been relying on and enforcing remote working policies. This has led many employees to master the art of video-conferencing, adopt new file sharing services, making […]


Wi-Fi has never been more critical but needs harmonised 6GHz spectrum now

September 2, 2020

Category: Wireless

The current COVID-19 global health crisis has shown that Wi-Fi has never been more important. Imagine where we would have been without Wi-Fi in our homes, hospitals and governments – Wi-Fi as a technology is what has allowed businesses, schools, […]


Monitoring, Monitoring&Analysis, Software

The Pernicious Impact of Point Solutions for Network Monitoring

September 22, 2020

Via: The Fast Mode

IT and network management teams are responsible for providing a network experience that satisfies the needs of the business. This responsibility includes ensuring connectivity, up-time, performance, agility, cost management and more. These teams are focused on maintaining the expected level […]


Wireless

Europe experiences ‘clear lag’ in 5G roll out: Study

September 21, 2020

Via: RCR Wireless News

Europe is seeing a “clear lag” in the launch of commercial 5G, with less than half of the EU Member States currently operating services, according to an assessment paper published by the European Round Table for Industry (ERT). The paper […]


Wireless

Why network slicing is the Holy Grail for telcos in the 5G era

September 21, 2020

Via: RCR Wireless News

Legacy generations of networks have predominately provided services with best-effort delivery. While this has worked for voice, text and best effort broadband services, end users are hampered with buffering, delays, and drops as the demand for feature-rich services continues to […]


Wireless

AT&T and Verizon call out scale, maturity and integration as Open RAN challenges

September 21, 2020

Via: RCR Wireless News

Last week the U.S. Federal Communications Commission brought together a variety of Open RAN stakeholders for its Forum on 5G Open Radio Access Networks. While greenfield operators like DISH and Rakuten Mobile seemed steadfast in their conviction that Open RAN […]