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Cellusys & Transaction Network Services | December 13, 2021
With 5G roaming and interworking on the horizon, US-based Transaction Network Services (TNS) will collaborate with Irish solutions provider, Cellusys, in research, development, and testing of roaming and security solutions for 5G networks.Utilizing the TNS 5G Innovation Lab, the team will combine TNS’ expertise in steering of roaming and other services for regional and national US carriers for 3G, 4G, and soon 5G traffic with security solutions from the Cellusys portfolio, including Signal...
Oracle Communications, DISH Wireless | May 17, 2021
By building the nation's first cloud-native, OpenRAN-based 5G network, DISH Wireless is redefining services for individuals, small companies, and major corporations. DISH has chosen Oracle to enable a Service-Based Architecture (SBA) for its 5G core as it takes the unprecedented step of developing a 5G network in the cloud. SBA, a part of the 3GPP 5G standard, allows DISH or DISH customers to quickly integrate network services into new systems by automated, intelligent tuning of network func...
PAC | December 23, 2021
PAC Global Holdings LLC, the operator of the World's largest data blockchain network, wants customers to start their New Year off with FREE secure data. PAC is offering customers 5 gigabytes of free storage when customers sign up for a their yanDNA™ Beta Version data storage account available at https://yandna.io/register.
The "5G for Free" (#5GforFree) promotion is meant to introduce customers to the future of data storage and allow them to familiarize themsel...
Light Reading | February 28, 2020
While making plans to fill US coffers with billions from midband spectrum auctions, the FCC could pile on another $208 million more in the form of fines against the US's four largest mobile carriers over alleged user data violations. The FCC is proposing fines in excess of $208 million against T-Mobile ($91 million), AT&T ($57 million), Verizon ($48 million) and Sprint ($12 million), on allegations that they violated rules that require carriers or those acting on their behalf to "ob...
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