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5G Americas | January 19, 2022
With 5G global connections now exceeding 438 million, 5G networks are well on their way towards becoming the dominant global standard for wireless cellular communications. Today, 5G Americas, the voice of 5G and 4G LTE for the Americas, announced the release of its latest comprehensive annual overview of 5G and 4G LTE networks entitled, “Cellular Communications in a 5G Era.
“After three years of 5G network deployments, the industry is moving toward the enhancem...
VIAVI | September 22, 2021
Viavi Solutions Inc.announced that the VIAVI Xgig 5P16 platform now supports analyzer bifurcation and multi-user functionality, enabling multiple users and simultaneous tests on a single platform. These enhancements allow simultaneous protocol analysis for PCI Express (PCIe) 5.0 data traffic at all layers of the stack, speeding time-to-market and controlling total cost of ownership (TCO) for development and production of next-generation products. Marvell, a global leader in data infrastructure s...
Ribbon | July 27, 2021
Ribbon Communications, Inc., a global provider of real-time communications software and IP Optical networking solutions to service providers, enterprises, and critical infrastructure sectors, announced today that Rogers Communications, a leading technology, and media company, has chosen Ribbon's industry-leading optical networking solution to upgrade its transport network. As a result, Rogers is one of the first tier-one North American service providers to use DWDM 400G ZR+ technology, which...
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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