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Ericsson and Swisscom in European commercial 5G first

April 17, 2019

Category: News

Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) and Swisscom, the largest telecommunications service provider in Switzerland, have switched on the first large-scale commercial 5G network in Europe to support commercially available smartphones. The long-term strategic partners went live with the network in the first […]


AT&T adds seven more mobile 5G cities

April 9, 2019

Category: News

AT&T on Tuesday said it is now offering standards-based mobile 5G service in seven additional cities–Austin, Los Angeles, Nashville, Orlando, San Diego, San Francisco and San Jose, bringing its presence up to portions of 19 markets. AT&T turned up its […]


Enhancing Call Center Efficiency with AI

March 28, 2019

Buzzword or not, artificial intelligence (AI) is shaping up to make a difference in the business communications space. With many solutions already available, the benefits are becoming more and more clear: efficient customer service, higher-quality collaboration, well-organized meetings, and more. […]


Regulations

FCC chairman opposes China Mobile plan to enter the US market

April 18, 2019

Via: RCR Wireless News

U.S. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai said that he opposes a bid from Chinese carrier China Mobile to provide telecommunications services in the U.S. on national security grounds. The FCC will vote on the company’s application next month. “Safeguarding […]


Networks & Systems

Private LTE set to step out into the spotlight

April 18, 2019

Via: RCR Wireless News

With the increasingly global adoption of LTE/4G technology, greater opportunities for private LTE networks are emerging. According to ABI Research, by 2025 those sectors using private LTE will create a market worth $16.3 billion – a CAGR of 45 per […]


News, Uncategorized

Sprint discusses urban small cell strategies

April 17, 2019

Via: RCR Wireless News

Continued investments in network densification for both increasingly robust LTE networks, as well as 5G networks, represent a balancing act–location obviously matters, but considerations such as access to backhaul and interference from built-out urban environments all figure into the process. […]