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Sierra Wireless | July 13, 2021
Sierra Wireless, a leading supplier of IoT solutions, announced today that its EM9190 5G New Radio (NR) embedded module is integrated into Mobile Viewpoint's new Agile Ultra 5G mobile encoder. As a result, mobile Viewpoint is one of the first businesses to commercialize a 5G mobile encoder to remotely transmit live 4K Ultra-High-Definition (UHD) video from sports, news, and other external events.
In addition to the EM9190 module, Sierra Wireless and its partner, Alcom electron...
SDxCentral | January 29, 2020
WiFi dominates connectivity in the enterprise, but mobile network operators are trying to present an alternative and will it into greater prominence with benefits that WiFi can’t match. Private, cellular-based networks will eventually tap into many of the technology leaps featured in 5G, including network slicing and dynamic spectrum sharing, but WiFi 6 — the next evolution in WiFi — is also on pace for widespread adoption in enterprises. “With WiFi 6 and 5G what’s ...
Motive Infrastructure Solutions | August 05, 2021
Motive Infrastructure Solutions, the self-performing EPC (Engineering, Procurement, & Construction) solutions provider, announces the acquisition of Utilikon LLC., a leading provider of micro-trenching technologies, the cutting-edge solution used to install underground utilities and deploy communications networks. Their services have been deployed in many high-profile communication networks including Google Fiber in Austin, Texas. This acquisition expands Motive's infrastructure solution...
The Verge | February 05, 2020
AT&T has added 13 more cities to its low-band 5G network, including large metro areas like Boston, St. Louis, and Atlantic City, and smaller cities like Wichita, Kansas and Dayton, Ohio, bringing the total number of cities on the list to 32. The carrier continues to expand its sub-6GHz network, which has broad range but slower speeds than the mmWave version of its 5G, which thus far AT&T has limited to business customers. According to AT&T, 50 million customers now have access to its...
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