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Enterprise Mobility,Network Security
prnewswire | June 21, 2023
Kigen, a global leader in eSIM (eUICC) technology, and Tongxin Microelectronics Co., Ltd. (TMC), an industry-leading semiconductor solution provider, today announced a GSMA-certified consumer eSIM solution for affordable customer premise equipment (CPE) solutions. CPE devices bridge the "last mile" in delivering 5G networks for businesses or households that lack connectivity or networks in motion. This solution allows OEMs to support the demand for greater diversity in 4G/5G CPE ...
SDxCentral | January 15, 2020
IoT and SD-WAN might not sound like they belong together, but ask VMware’s VeloCloud or managed service provider Apcela and you might be surprised by what they have to say. The two companies see SD-WAN as the key to making large IoT deployments manageable at a human scale. Sanjay Uppal, who co-founded VeloCloud and now serves as the head of VMware’s SD-WAN division, said the expanding scope of SD-WAN has opened the door to several applications that the technology wouldn’t norma...
SDxCentral | January 14, 2020
AT&T today announced it has reached an agreement to provide 5G services to the Nellis Air Force Base in southern Nevada. The compound is about a 20-minute drive from the hustle and bustle of the Las Vegas Strip. Personnel at the base will also gain access to FirstNet, a nationwide public safety communications network being built by AT&T with funding from the federal government. The network operator plans to equip the base with 5G infrastructure to support communications among more than 4...
SDxCentral | January 13, 2020
Samsung is bolstering its ability to serve U.S. carriers like Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and Sprint as the operators roll out 5G services through the acquisition of Virginia-based vendor TeleWorld Solutions (TWS) for an undisclosed sum. The move could make Samsung a more compelling vendor alternative to rivals Nokia and Ericsson, and help alleviate some of the pressure domestic operators are facing because the government has banned the use of equipment and services from China-based vendors Huaw...
Enterprise Mobility, Mobile Infrastructure
Mobile Infrastructure, Mobile OS
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