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Verizon | October 12, 2020
Verizon Business continues to accelerate the development of real-world 5G use cases with the rollout of its latest 5G Innovation Hub at the University of Illinois Research Park. Students, startups and large corporations will now be able to develop and test 5G-enabled solutions at the Research Park’s headquarters. The Research Park, a technology innovation hub for startups and corporate R&D operations, is home to more than 120 companies employing students and full-time tech professional...
Nokia | August 12, 2021
TESSCO Technologies Incorporated, a leading value-added distributor to the wireless infrastructure construction industry, announced it has joined the Nokia Global Partner Program. As a partner, Tessco will promote and distribute Nokia’s diverse product and services portfolios designed to support the critical communication needs of the industrial market.
Nokia has a long-standing history of success in supporting critical networks and offers innovation and technology leadershi...
RCR Wireless | July 08, 2020
Mobile operators in Asia Pacific are expected to invest over $400 billion on their networks between 2020 and 2025, of which $331 billion will be spent on 5G deployments, according to the latest Asia Pacific edition of the GSMA’s Mobile Economy series.The report shows that the region is one of the fastest-growing in the world and home to over half of the total global subscribers.“Operators in the region are investing billions in continuing deployment of 5G networks that ar...
Business Insider | February 04, 2020
The White House said it planned to use American companies, including Dell, Microsoft, and AT&T, to develop 5G infrastructure in the US, in an interview with The Wall Street Journal. Huawei is the biggest player globally in 5G equipment, but the US deems the company a national security threat due to its alleged ties to the Chinese government and fears that its technology can be used to spy on the US. If it isn't using Huawei technology, the White House is working with US companies, and po...
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