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Bootstrap is front end framework by Twitter to build custom web applications that are fast, responsive & intuitive. It consist of CSS and HTML for typography, forms, buttons, tables, grids, and navigation along with custom-built jQuery plug-ins and support for responsive layouts. With dozens of reusable components for navigation, pagination, labels, alerts etc, we can quickly develop an application that looks & feels good.

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T-MOBILE US CLOSES SPRINT MERGER

Sdxcentral | April 01, 2020

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The biggest shakeup to hit the U.S. wireless market in at least 15 years is now upon us. Following a nearly two-year battle, with many ups and downs, T-Mobile US and Sprint have officially merged, the companies announced today. One hurdle, a ruling from the California Public Utilities Commission, remains, but a proposed approval with conditions has already been issued and the CPUC’s commissioners are expected to vote on that proposal later this month. The culmination of the deal also...

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NOKIA, ABI RESEARCH SURVEY MANUFACTURING VIEWS ON 4G AND 5G

Nokia | May 11, 2020

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Nokia with the help of ABI Research, sought to gain insights into manufacturing views on 4G/5G networking. The recognized key business use cases of 4G/5G includes the need to digitalize and improve existing framework (63%), automation with robotics (51%), a...

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THE US IS MAKING ITS OWN 5G TECHNOLOGY WITH AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN COMPANIES, AND WITHOUT HUAWEI

Business Insider | February 04, 2020

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The White House said it planned to use American companies, including Dell, Microsoft, and AT&T, to develop 5G infrastructure in the US, in an interview with The Wall Street Journal. Huawei is the biggest player globally in 5G equipment, but the US deems the company a national security threat due to its alleged ties to the Chinese government and fears that its technology can be used to spy on the US. If it isn't using Huawei technology, the White House is working with US companies, and po...

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NETMORE SELECTS AFFIRMED NETWORKS TO ENABLE THE DELIVERY OF PRIVATE LTE ENTERPRISE NETWORKS FOR 4G, 5G AND IOT OFFERINGS

Prnewswire | August 18, 2020

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Affirmed Networks, the leader in the virtualization of mobile networks, today announced that it has been selected by Netmore Group as the partner to deliver Private LTE Enterprise Networks and infrastructure. The partnership with Affirmed will enable Netmore to also deploy 5G enterprise services including IoT. Headquartered in Sweden, and with a presence in several European countries including the UK, Germany and Ireland, Netmore Group is a provider of IoT systems and services for properties, in...

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T-MOBILE US CLOSES SPRINT MERGER

Sdxcentral | April 01, 2020

The biggest shakeup to hit the U.S. wireless market in at least 15 years is now upon us. Following a nearly two-year battle, with many ups and downs, T-Mobile US and Sprint have officially merged, the companies announced today. One hurdle, a ruling from the California Public Utilities Commission, remains, but a proposed approval with conditions has already been issued and the CPUC’s commissioners are expected to vote on that proposal later this month. The culmination of the deal also...

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NOKIA, ABI RESEARCH SURVEY MANUFACTURING VIEWS ON 4G AND 5G

Nokia | May 11, 2020

Nokia with the help of ABI Research, sought to gain insights into manufacturing views on 4G/5G networking. The recognized key business use cases of 4G/5G includes the need to digitalize and improve existing framework (63%), automation with robotics (51%), a...

Read More
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THE US IS MAKING ITS OWN 5G TECHNOLOGY WITH AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN COMPANIES, AND WITHOUT HUAWEI

Business Insider | February 04, 2020

The White House said it planned to use American companies, including Dell, Microsoft, and AT&T, to develop 5G infrastructure in the US, in an interview with The Wall Street Journal. Huawei is the biggest player globally in 5G equipment, but the US deems the company a national security threat due to its alleged ties to the Chinese government and fears that its technology can be used to spy on the US. If it isn't using Huawei technology, the White House is working with US companies, and po...

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NETMORE SELECTS AFFIRMED NETWORKS TO ENABLE THE DELIVERY OF PRIVATE LTE ENTERPRISE NETWORKS FOR 4G, 5G AND IOT OFFERINGS

Prnewswire | August 18, 2020

Affirmed Networks, the leader in the virtualization of mobile networks, today announced that it has been selected by Netmore Group as the partner to deliver Private LTE Enterprise Networks and infrastructure. The partnership with Affirmed will enable Netmore to also deploy 5G enterprise services including IoT. Headquartered in Sweden, and with a presence in several European countries including the UK, Germany and Ireland, Netmore Group is a provider of IoT systems and services for properties, in...

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