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CELLWIZE | June 23, 2021
Cellwize Wireless Technologies Inc. (Cellwize), a world leader in mobile network automation as well as orchestration, announced today a cooperation with Intel to enable Cellwize's CHIME technology on Intel Xeon Scalable processors with built-in AI acceleration and Intel FlexRAN reference software, accelerating the deployment of automated AI-driven 5G vRAN networks.
As cellular networks transition from RAN to vRAN, adopting a scalable cloud-like architecture in 5G networks is c...
TerraMaster | April 25, 2022
TerraMaster, specialists in innovative storage products, have announced its latest F2-423 (2-bay) and F4-423 (4-bay) NAS devices. As a powerful entry point for prosumer and SMB use, the F2-423 and F4-423 offer superb performance even in multi-user environments and features that integrate within office IT systems. Both can be further expanded with TerraMaster USB DAS devices to provide multiple or extended storage spaces that growth as a business does.
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Keysight Technologies | August 25, 2021
Keysight Technologies, Inc., a leading technology company that delivers advanced design and validation solutions to help accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, announced it has joined Google Cloud’s partner initiative to support agile orchestration of innovative 5G services at the network edge.
A growing number of mobile operators are leveraging cloud and edge computing to bring high-speed, low-latency and secure connectivity to the network edge while optimiz...
lightreading | March 12, 2020
Verizon spent the most money of any participant in the FCC's biggest-ever millimeter wave (mmWave) spectrum auction. The operator spent roughly $1.6 billion for a total of 4,940 spectrum licenses across the country. AT&T was a close second, however, spending a total of around $1.2 billion on 3,267 spectrum licenses. T-Mobile – which was widely expected to walk away with the bulk of the licenses in the auction – came in a distant third, with $873 million in total spending acro...
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