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Verizon sees 5G as a “complementary” network to 4G, not as a replacement. “You’re going to use a lot of that same fiber infrastructure to deploy 5G,” Verizon Communications EVP/CFO Matt Ellis told attendees Tuesday at the UBS Global Media and...

source: Inside Towers

T-Mobile executives declared the company will be the first nationwide 5G provider in the country. Speaking at the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference in New York City, COO Mike Sievert said, “The radios being deployed now will be software upgradeable.”

source: Inside Towers

On the edge of the U.S. Arctic Circle, in rural and remote areas, internet connectivity is slow and expensive, which is likely why 81 percent of rural Alaskans don’t have access to broadband internet. But that’s changing as a final piece of one of the most ambitious...

source: Inside Towers

Ericsson and Russian telco Rostelecom announced they will carry out a 5G trial at the Hermitage Museum, in Saint Petersburg. The two companies said the trial is scheduled for the first half of next year. The partners will deploy a 5G trial zone on the premises of the Hermitage...

source: RCR Wireless

In the very near future, access to robust cellular connectivity will be an expectation. Just like with electricity, there will be a pervasive assumption that everything is connected. “We won’t talk about use cases anymore,” Qualcomm EVP Cristiano Amon said...

source: RCR Wireless

Big Switch Networks, a data center networking company, unveiled a new capability of its SDN-based Big Monitoring (Big Mon) Fabric called GPRS Tunneling Protocol (GTP) correlation. According to the company, Big Switch will provide the...

source: RCR Wireless


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