Do we still need Wi-Fi 6 when we have 5G? Do we still need cellular when we have Wi-Fi 6? White paper prepared for Microsoft
Huawei shift from hardware to software: What are the implications? Our take on Huawei’s CEO Zhengfei on the role of software and openness to succeed in global telecoms
After Open RAN and OpenWiFi, has the time come for Open FWA? Editorial for FierceWireless
How can operators optimize pooling gains with Open RAN and reduce TCO by up to 42%? White paper prepared for Intel and Mavenir
What’s the best way to connect people and things indoors with 5G? Shirish Nagaraj and Art King at Corning talked with us about deploying 5G in the enterprise (video and transcript)
Terragraph opens up new ways to use the 60 GHz mmWave band for FWA, backhaul and more with mesh.
Visibility becomes crucial as we move to 5G networks. Visibility gives operators the right tools to manage the higher complexity of 5G and to extract the benefits it promises.
Enterprises largely stayed out of the bidding for CBRS licenses. With one exception: utilities, who paid a higher MHz/pop than mobile operators. What made PALs attractive to utilities and what does this tell us about the value of CBRS spectrum?
Wi-Fi 6 has just been launched, but Wi-Fi 7 is already on the horizon as the next generation of Wi-Fi. Tech Brief for Intel with an overview of Wi-Fi 7 and the benefits for Wi-Fi users.
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