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Venturebeat | April 02, 2020
At one point, some observers believed that cellular and Wi-Fi technologies were locked in a zero-sum game, such that higher-speed 4G or 5G networks would eventually eliminate the need for Wi-Fi in transmitting data wirelessly. But as 5G transitioned from concept to reality, a more nuanced relationship became apparent: Wi-Fi would continue to have an important role, evolving alongside 5G, and possibly even intertwining with it. This week, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) set an importa...
Verizon Wireless and AT&T Mobility | September 28, 2020
Verizon Wireless and AT&T Mobility, the nation's largest wireless providers, have agreed to pay a combined $116 million to settle a whistleblower lawsuit claiming they overcharged California government customers for wireless services. The settlement in the long-running case, brought by the whistleblower in 2012 and approved today by a California court, is the second-largest California False Claims Act settlement in the state's history outside of the healthcare industry. The whi...
RCR Wireless | July 23, 2020
As the U.S. Department of Defense moves forward with exploration of the role that 5G will play in its future, Verizon announced this week that it is lighting up 5G service at the Marine Corps Air Station in Miramar, California.MCAS Miramar is home to 15,000 service members, the 3rd Marine Air Wing and the F35-C aircraft. According to Verizon, the 5G service at MCAS Miramar will provide a “living lab” for military and defense use of the technology, including autonomous transport...
Tesla | October 23, 2020
The global wireless industry continues to salivate at the prospect of selling high-speed, low-latency and revenue-generating services to automotive companies and motorists in support of the much-ballyhooed autonomous driving services of the future. But Tesla – the world's most valuable car company by a shockingly wide margin – is boasting of a new self-driving technology that does not need a cellular connection at all. "We put it out there last night, and then we'll see ...
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