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Converge IoT | March 23, 2022
Converge IoT is a T-Mobile for Business Channel Partner Program National Distributor/Primary Agent, and will offer Vuzix smart glasses across numerous business verticals on 5G networks of T-Mobile, which is the country's biggest, fastest, and most reliable 5G network.
Companies with field technical personnel, such as residential and commercial property maintenance, construction, healthcare, utilities, automotive, and others, are projected to benefit the most from Vuzix smart g...
Vandis | February 09, 2022
Vandis, Inc, announced it has earned the Networking Services on Microsoft Azure advanced specialization, a validation of a services partner's deep knowledge, extensive experience, and proven success in designing, implementing, operating, and optimizing a customer's network architecture, cost, and security.
Only partners that meet stringent criteria around customer success and staff skilling, as well as pass a third-party audit of their networking technical practices, are a...
STL | August 03, 2021
STL an industry-leading integrator of digital networks, has announced a collaboration with Facebook Connectivity to design and develop 4G and 5G radio products as part of the Evenstar program to help accelerate the commercial deployment of Open RAN and boost 5G readiness for operators around the world.
Over the last few years, STL has been developing open, disaggregated, virtualized and programmable solutions for the access side of the network. STL recently launched a suite ...
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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