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Netscout observed a record 10 million dedicated denial of service (DDos) attacks in the second half of 2020, and the lessons it distilled from the resulting data are pretty bleak: Even as the world grappled with the impacts of a global pandemic, cybercriminals were taking advantage of end users without enterprise-grade security and targeting online
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Selecting and installing public safety communications systems can be challenging. For example, it can be tough to decipher the stringent code requirements that vary from one locale to another. To complicate the issue, some systems create noise and interfere with the macro network, while others provide poor radio coverage for emergency responders throughout a building
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The open source 5G networks will run on CBRS spectrum AccessParks and FreedomFi are partnering to use CBRS spectrum and open-source 5G network software to bring high-speed connectivity to hundreds of sites within the U.S. National Park system, beginning with 200 California state parks. AccessParks, a specialized Internet Service Provider that works with the U.S.
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Latest T-Mobile US “Un-carrier” event featured strong focus on 5G for rural America In terms of 5G creating long-term user value and service provider revenue, the high-level global focus is on enterprise enablement. 5G for consumers is an expected evolution–higher speeds, lower latency, faster downloads and so forth, but not necessarily as economically impactful as
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As the telecom industry works to enable 5G, virtualization and MEC for enterprise customers, they are first experimenting with how those technologies can benefit their own factories, office buildings and operations. Who’s already using these advanced technologies, where and what benefits are they seeing? Speakers:Kelly Hill, Managing Editor, RCR Wireless NewsDanny Cobb, Fellow/VP Engineering, Dell
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WISPA exec called the infrastructure plan ‘right on target’ On Wednesday, President Joe Biden introduced a monumental $2.3 trillion infrastructure and jobs package that aims to reshape the American economy. The infrastructure plan is far reaching, and includes, among many other things, $174 billion for electric vehicles, $50 billion for semiconductor manufacturing and research and $100 billion to
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GeoLinks said the mmWave spectrum will allow it to offer 1 Gbps speeds Verizon has sold a number of millimeter wave (mmWave) spectrum licenses to fixed wireless internet provider GeoLinks, who will use the licenses to cover top markets including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Atlanta, Houston and Washington D.C., to name
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Nokia has announced a new CBRS offering, partnering with newly authorized Spectrum Access System operator Key Bridge for an integrated private network solution with an emphasis on reliability and simplicity. Key Bridge received authorization from the Federal Communications Commission within the past month as a SAS operator and has both a SAS offering and an
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Intel plans to invest about $20 billion to build two new fab facilities in Arizona, bolstering U.S. jobs and the domestic semiconductor supply. Pat Gelsinger, Intel’s CEO, discussed the fab investments and Intel’s strategy in an online financial and business update on the company. He said that four factors — cloud, connectivity, artificial intelligence and
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Weeks after the U.S. Air Force’s Space Command issued a Request for Information (RFI) detailing its interest in using 5G for data transportation for ground- and space-based communications, Lockheed Martin, a U.S. defense contractor, announced a strategic interest agreement with satellite startup Omnispace “to explore jointly developing 5G capability from space.” Omnispace CEO Ram Viswanathan told CNBC that
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NI announced this week that it’s joining OpenRF, a group of chipmakers and other ecosystem players that want to see an “open and interoperable ecosystem” between chipsets and the radio-frequency front end (RFFE). OpenRF was founded in October 2020 by Broadcom, Intel, Mediatek, Samsung, Quorvo, Murata and Skyworks. Other chip vendors — notably, Qualcomm —
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