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Cable company Charter Communications is expected to begin building an LTE network in 3.5GHz spectrum in select locations where it counts a large number of Spectrum Mobile customers.


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Nokia will deploy its LTE Radio Access Network system to enable more reliable communications between machines and people.


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A new ranking of maximum 5G speeds puts the UK right at the bottom, a familiar position for the Brexit-bound nation.


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Dive deep into the infinity pool of telecom Singapore with Heavy Reading's James Crawshaw and Light Reading's Tien Fu. Featuring interviews with Caroline Chan of Intel and Rodrigo Beyer Fernandez of E...


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Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Deutsche Telekom taps VMware for SD-WANnery; Ericsson and Qualcomm claim standalone 5G breakthrough; UK government still dithering over Huawei.


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This week in our WiC roundup: Female conference-goers can maximize experience with engagement; girls are the future of security tech; more women needed in health tech industry; and more.


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In the upcoming 5G era, ZTE believes home media terminals must have three features: interaction, ecosystem, and portal.


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Huawei joined in partnership with Belgium nonprofit organization Close the Gap to provide digital skills training to rural and remote communities in Kenya.


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Hotel workers transmit their exact location to security when the 'safety button' is pushed.


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AT&T hit a milestone virtualizing 75% of MPLS tunnel traffic on its core network, with 100% in its sights for 2020.


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Greater control of network software brings heightened responsibility, according to an executive from the Eastern European operator.


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In addition to working with Disney, Charter is urging other programmers and MSOs to get behind a common set of 'authentication principles' designed to clamp down on password sharing, CFO says.


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Launched earlier this year, Orby TV is renting transponder space to power a prepaid offering that starts at $40 per month.


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A formal relationship has yet to materialize, but Altice USA's Dexter Goei confirms company has held talks with the embattled provider of OTT-delivered local broadcast TV.


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Chinese vendor is prepared to sell its 5G knowhow, says the company's founder in his latest interview.


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Sprint opened its new 2020 Corporate Accelerator program for startup companies with a focus on 5G in areas including edge computing, IoT and smart home.


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MediaKind unveiled new initiatives and products ahead of IBC 2019.


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Is it Anand Krishnamurthy? Affirmative.


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We're days away from initial commercial deployments in the 3.5GHz CBRS spectrum band, often called 'Goldilocks spectrum' because of its propagation characteristics. It certainly appears to be just rig...


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They end a retransmission dispute with a multi-year deal.


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Internet service provider GiGstreem said it raised $10 million in a Series B round of funding, led by RET Ventures, to expand its fiber/microwave network buildout model.


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Optical module specialist makes a mark with its latest product that will give parent-to-be Cisco something to smile about.


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Cable company Charter Communications is expected to begin building an LTE network in 3.5GHz spectrum in select locations where it counts a large number of Spectrum Mobile customers.


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Nokia will deploy its LTE Radio Access Network system to enable more reliable communications between machines and people.


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A new ranking of maximum 5G speeds puts the UK right at the bottom, a familiar position for the Brexit-bound nation.


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Dive deep into the infinity pool of telecom Singapore with Heavy Reading's James Crawshaw and Light Reading's Tien Fu. Featuring interviews with Caroline Chan of Intel and Rodrigo Beyer Fernandez of E...


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Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Deutsche Telekom taps VMware for SD-WANnery; Ericsson and Qualcomm claim standalone 5G breakthrough; UK government still dithering over Huawei.


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This week in our WiC roundup: Female conference-goers can maximize experience with engagement; girls are the future of security tech; more women needed in health tech industry; and more.


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In the upcoming 5G era, ZTE believes home media terminals must have three features: interaction, ecosystem, and portal.


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As 5G is becoming a commercial reality in multiple lead markets, the question of how it should be positioned, packaged and priced will be critical in building competitive 5G propositions.


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Huawei joined in partnership with Belgium nonprofit organization Close the Gap to provide digital skills training to rural and remote communities in Kenya.


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Hotel workers transmit their exact location to security when the 'safety button' is pushed.


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AT&T hit a milestone virtualizing 75% of MPLS tunnel traffic on its core network, with 100% in its sights for 2020.


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Greater control of network software brings heightened responsibility, according to an executive from the Eastern European operator.


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In addition to working with Disney, Charter is urging other programmers and MSOs to get behind a common set of 'authentication principles' designed to clamp down on password sharing, CFO says.


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Launched earlier this year, Orby TV is renting transponder space to power a prepaid offering that starts at $40 per month.


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A formal relationship has yet to materialize, but Altice USA's Dexter Goei confirms company has held talks with the embattled provider of OTT-delivered local broadcast TV.


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Chinese vendor is prepared to sell its 5G knowhow, says the company's founder in his latest interview.


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Sprint opened its new 2020 Corporate Accelerator program for startup companies with a focus on 5G in areas including edge computing, IoT and smart home.


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MediaKind unveiled new initiatives and products ahead of IBC 2019.


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The share of IoT devices will rise as smartphones fall, says ABI.


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Amazon is preparing to expand its tests of CBRS wireless networks to additional locations, though exactly what the company is hoping to learn from the tests remains a bit of a mystery.


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The FCC fined AT&T $75,000 and AMG $100,000 for holding prohibited communications during the agency's CAF II auction last year.


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Internet service provider GiGstreem said it raised $10 million in a Series B round of funding, led by RET Ventures, to expand its fiber/microwave network buildout model.


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Optical module specialist makes a mark with its latest product that will give parent-to-be Cisco something to smile about.


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Cable company Charter Communications is expected to begin building an LTE network in 3.5GHz spectrum in select locations where it counts a large number of Spectrum Mobile customers.


(go to external source)

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Nokia will deploy its LTE Radio Access Network system to enable more reliable communications between machines and people.


(go to external source)

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A new ranking of maximum 5G speeds puts the UK right at the bottom, a familiar position for the Brexit-bound nation.


(go to external source)

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Dive deep into the infinity pool of telecom Singapore with Heavy Reading's James Crawshaw and Light Reading's Tien Fu. Featuring interviews with Caroline Chan of Intel and Rodrigo Beyer Fernandez of E...


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Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Deutsche Telekom taps VMware for SD-WANnery; Ericsson and Qualcomm claim standalone 5G breakthrough; UK government still dithering over Huawei.


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