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Enterprises could tap CBRS, leave carriers in the dust

As the CBRS auction is soon to come,  all major wireless carriers and some cable companies are confirmed their spots to participate. Citizens Broadband Radio Service is an FCC designated 3.5Ghz to 3.7GHz band of radio-frequency spectrum that allow for spectrum sharing between users. One very exciting prospect of CBRS is that it will allow enterprises to own spectrum for themselves rather than having to work with carriers for access. To read more click below.… read more

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Mobile Virtual Network Operator Market Worth $109.9 Billion By 2027

“The presence of a large number of players in the MVNO market has led to increased competition among service providers. This has led companies to offer mobile services at cheaper rates, which is expected to strengthen the market growth.”… read more

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Ways 5G is Combatting the Coronavirus

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has nearly had an impact on every industry as businesses and organizations are either having to momentarily shut down, rethink overall strategy, or move operations entirely remotely. The fact of the matter is everyone’s having to make some sort of adjustment one way or another, including the medical field. As there are nearly 570,000 cases worldwide and still surging, there is an immense pressure on health professionals to deliver first-rate medical care and ultimately save lives. Though it is always their intention to provide the best service possible, just like in anything else, there are always obstacles… read more

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Smart Forest Cities: A Step Towards Reversing Climate Change

Forest smart cities are a concept that is being developed by Stefano Boeri Architetti (SBA), an urban architecture company based out of Milan, Italy. His plans combine sustainable energy, biodiversity, and smart city technology. Cities, which largely contribute towards climate change, can now play an essential role towards the journey of a climate-change-reversing solution by integrating urban-city infrastructure with forest vegetation. Temperatures continue to escalate by the day, causing high-temperature problems like the bushfires in Australia. This tragedy killed 34 people, 480 million animals, and destroyed nearly 3,000 homes. The fires are known to be a result of hot and dry conditions, which are… read more

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Americans need reliable internet connection now more than ever

  The current coronavirus pandemic has led to officials on all levels to urge Americans to stay at home as much as possible. As a product of this, academic institutions have resorted to online learning. Many businesses are allowing their employees to work from home if possible. Even the entertainment industry has made the adjustment by hosting live-streamed events. What does all this lead to? Due to a significant amount of people being online at once, there is more internet traffic going on at one time. This causes a lot of stress on network providers to deliver reliable service. We… read more

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Cities going digital in response to COVID-19

  As we all know, our regular day-to-day has changed as COVID-19 continues to escalate on a global scale. Governments, local authorities, and business are currently working on digitalizing as many aspects of their operations as possible to ensure the public is limited to outside exposure. The World Health Organization (WHO) also emphasizes that COVID-19 brings up the very problematic issue of misinformation from untrusted sources. As a result from this so called “infodemic” comes confusion and unnecessary added panic from the general public. The issue is currently being addressed by all levels of authorities to make certain that only… read more

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