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Extreme Networks to deploy Wi-Fi, network analytics at Liverpool’s stadium

Verizon Business and Extreme Networks have recently announced a strategic partnership targeting large venues and stadiums across Europe and Asia Pacific Extreme Networks announced that it has been selected by Liverpool Football Club as its official Wi-Fi network solutions provider...

Mobilitie acquires Signal Point to boost 5G on US military bases

Mobilitie enables multi-carrier 5G connectivity for mobile network operators, large enterprises, and municipal and government customers U.S. wireless infrastructure provider Mobilitie has reached an agreement to acquire Signal Point Systems, a telecommunications infrastructure provider focused on U.S. military bases, the...

Powering the Future of Wireless Connectivity Podcast: (Ep. 4) Making the most of Wi-Fi 7

RCR Wireless News · Powering the Future of Wireless Connectivity Podcast: Making the most of Wi-Fi 7 In the latest episode of this podcast series, we continue to explore the ongoing evolution of Wi-Fi technologies and how those enable new...

Powering the Future of Wireless Connectivity Podcast: (Ep. 3) What’s next for Wi-Fi 7?

Although Wi-Fi 6 and 6E are still making waves in the enterprise and consumer markets, Wi-Fi 7 is here and it brings exciting new features that enable peak performance. In this episode of the Powering the Future of Wireless Connectivity Podcast, 

Digital Colony wraps up Boingo Wireless buy

Digital Colony has completed its acquisition of DAS and Wi-Fi provider Boingo Wireless for a total of $854 million. The transaction also includes the assumption of $199 million of the latter’s net debt obligations. Under the terms of the merger agreement,...

Singtel launches 5G multimedia kiosks in Singapore

Singapore carrier Singtel has deployed 5G connectivity at its iconic payphone booths at Tong Building on Orchard Road. Named "Unboxed Lite", the payphone booths have been transformed into multimedia kiosks, providing full access to a wide range of Singtel services...

WIA White Paper: DAS and Small Cells Evolve to Meet Today’s and Tomorrow’s Connectivity Needs

Technology advances increasingly blur the lines between the capabilities of Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) and other small cells. Many DAS networks have become less complex (at least easier to install) while small cells have become smarter. Building upon its 2013...

Next-Generation Networks for First Responders

  How First Responders & Communities are Depending on Wireless Networks First responders are a vital component of communities, working to identify threats and treat the injured. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, emergency medical services (EMS) treat 25 to...

More than Wi-Fi: The future of wireless access points (Reader Forum)

The wireless access point (AP) will ultimately do more than simply offer users a Wi-Fi connection. As the age of wireless IoT convergence approaches, the AP can be expected to deliver a wide range of wireless services from Wi-Fi...

5G everywhere as new technologies boost throughput

How far we have come from two-wire analog Plain Old Telephone Systems (POTS) lines to modern methods of communications. While two-wire POTS lines have mostly been repurposed to permit DSL connectivity, the time, effort, and expense seem to be...

Editorial Webinar: Private LTE: Making the enterprise future-ready

Enterprises have a plethora of choices in their wireless networks -- but with a wealth of choices comes tough decisions about network management, maintenance, optimization and troubleshooting. RCR Wireless News breaks down the pros and cons of Wi-Fi and various...

Editorial Webinar: In the 5G future, what’s the role of Wi-Fi?

Wi-Fi’s massive success (more than half of mobile device traffic is over Wi-Fi) has not stopped Wi-Fi from evolving. Wi-Fi continues to improve in performance, ease of use, and its ability to meet demanding use cases, such as voice,...

IoT, 802.11ax and startups to power WLAN in next 5 years

IoT boosts WLAN market for enterprise-class outdoor products. The wireless local area network (WLAN) is far from dead. On the contrary, the internet of things (IoT), emerging markets and startups will grow the enterprise-class and outdoor WLAN product market to...

Analyst Angle: the promises and challenges of AI for CSPs

  The increasing capability of computer processing power and recent advancements in cloud storage have made the once sci-fi concept of Artificial Intelligence (AI) an enticing reality. Many industries are currently exploring how to best leverage AI, and the telecommunications...

Analyst Angle: The Case for Cloud Wi-Fi

  As the modern workforce has become more mobile, businesses of all sizes and shapes have started to rely more and more on WLAN networks, with many questioning whether the traditional Ethernet connection is still relevant. These all wireless offices...

Editorial Webinar: Managing Unlicensed Spectrum and Networks

Wi-Fi carries a significant portion of enterprise and consume data traffic and increasingly, voice. Mobile operators are increasingly looking to unlicensed spectrum to supplement their licensed holdings to boost performance and improve experience while keeping costs down. Some wireless...

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