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Editorial Report: Conversations with industry about IoT in… the wizardry in Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) – and how to combine 5G, AI, IoT, and Edge

In a new Q&A report series, Enterprise IoT Insights talks with select industry leaders about how digital systems – including 5G, AI, IoT, and edge, plus other key technologies – are transforming industry. This report maps the vision, signs the obstacles, and charts a course...

Editorial Report: Distributing 5G Infrastructure to the Edge

5G is a fast-evolving, impactful technology that, beyond previous generations of cellular, promises a new era of connectivity-enabled business processes and outcomes. New developments in technology and opportunities in spectrum availability will enable 5G to live up to the potential of ubiquitous high-capacity, low-latency...

Editorial Webinar: Distributing 5G Infrastructure to the Edge

5G is a fast-evolving, impactful technology that, beyond previous generations of cellular, promises a new era of connectivity-enabled business processes and outcomes. New developments in technology and opportunities in spectrum availability will enable 5G to live up to the potential of ubiquitous high-capacity, low-latency...

FTTA: what technicians need to know

Fiber is the backbone of many wireless networks, and in recent years it has also made its way into the radio access networks. One of the biggest developments in the industry has been fiber to the antenna, or FTTA. When mobile network operators move...

Reader Forum: The intersection between public safety and smart cities

The evolution of the public safety sector is set to impact smart city initiatives, though partnerships could ease the transition. Editor’s Note: In an attempt to broaden our interaction with our readers we have created this Reader Forum for those with something...

AT&T looks to be frontrunner for FirstNet deal as Rivada files protest

Rivada Networks confirmed it has filed a protest over its exclusion from the FirstNet bidding process, with reports indicating AT&T is likely selected bidder. AT&T is reportedly in the driver’s seat in winning a network service contract with the federal government’s First Responder...

Safe bet: Black & Veatch public safety acquisition has potential

Since its beginning, Black & Veatch has had close ties to the public sector. Engineers E.B. Black and N.T. Veatch had been in business for just two years when the U.S. government asked them to supervise construction of military training camps during World War...

Wireless workforce: training and certification update

Wireless Infrastructure Association President Jonathan Adelstein is on a mission to develop a competent, consistent wireless workforce that will be ready to perform as the industry gears up for the rollout of "5G." In addition to creating jobs with growth potential, developing a credentialed...

FirstNet RFP opportunity assessed at IWCE 2016

LAS VEGAS – With approximately $6.5 billion on the table for the design and construction of a nationwide public safety LTE network, vendors are scrambling to compile their responses for the First Responders Network Authority's request for proposal. The FirstNet RFP is a main focus at this...

IWCE’s Network Infrastructure Forum examines the communications technology infrastructure in Las Vegas in March (sponsored content)

IWCE’s Network Infrastructure Forum is a new event co-located with International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) that brings together the industry’s wired and wireless players to examine the communications technology infrastructure. Targeted to service providers, tower owners, public safety, government, utilities and transportation professionals, the...

Creating the wireless workforce of the future

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – Wireless infrastructure is one of the fastest-growing industries in the nation, but until recently there has been no formal training program for workers in this industry. Wireless trade association PCIA has worked to change that during the past 18 months. Industry...

Help wanted: Nokia’s SAC Wireless hires as competitors cut back

When Nokia agreed to buy SAC Wireless last summer, the North American wireless infrastructure business was just beginning to show signs of a cyclical slowdown. In the six months since, several major contractors have cut their workforces, but SAC Wireless continues to grow. "We're definitely...

AT&T turf vendor list grows with demand for cell sites

AT&T has added new contractors for wireless infrastructure deployment... AT&T Turf Vendor Program AT&T Mobility's 4G network is nationwide, but the deployment and maintenance of that network happens state by state and even city by city. Unlike Verizon Wireless, which assigns a network manager to each...

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