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FCC details second wave of emergency funding for education

To date, the emergency funding has provided 5,420,473 devices and 2,700,834 broadband connections, impacting nearly 8 million students In its recently approved second wave of emergency connectivity funding, the Federal Communications Commission is committing $1,159,681,350.34 for 2,471 schools, 205 libraries and 26 consortia. All those...

Extreme Networks, WBA deliver OpenRoaming to Portugal’s Polytechnic Institute of Viseu

IPV is the first organization in Portugal to participate in WBA OpenRoaming Extreme Networks has implemented support of Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) OpenRoaming at Portugal’s Polytechnic Institute of Viseu (IPV). OpenRoaming, developed by Cisco, allows seamless Wi-Fi onboarding and handoff between Wi-Fi networks. At the campus in Portugal, the...

Well, technically… the traditional approach to science education prevents science education: Stony Brook University’s Gena Sbeglia (Ep. 50)

Gena Sbeglia is a biologist and biology education researcher at Stony Brook University, and perhaps most importantly, my big sister. On this week's episode, we talk about what it means to have a STEM identity and how traditional approaches to science and STEM education...

MultiTech’s CBRS Wi-Fi AP empowers rural schools, communities to provide high-speed connectivity

In 2016, data showed that more than 34 million people, as a result of where they live, do not have access to decent broadband service Multi-Tech Systems released a Wi-Fi Access Point (AP) that will enable one-to-many connectivity to families with more than one child...

Intel, AWS to deploy private CBRS network in California school district

The private CBRS network will connect an elementary school and three housing locations in the school's district Intel and AWS have partnered with Megh Computing, a provider of a real-time, AI-based Video Analytics Solution (VAS), to deploy a Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) private network...

Fixed Wireless Access: The future of mobile is in your living room

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed inequality in our society — and how lack of Internet connectivity can exacerbate that divide. Across the country, as students were sent home to learn remotely and workers were asked to work from home, those without reliable access to...

AT&T to provide private 5G, MEC to USC’s cancer research center

AT&T Business CEO: '5G is going to be a game-changer for the healthcare industry' AT&T is deploying a private 5G network, as well as Multi-access Edge computing (MEC), at the University of Southern California's (USC's) Lawrence J. Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine to support cancer...

5G Solutions For Business Excellence With AT&T’s Jason Inskeep

The further advancements in technology can often alienate those who are not within the industry. As we are pushing for the future, it helps to learn how to bridge that gap among our end-users and customers so we can take the advancements to them...

AT&T to build private 5G mmWave network on UConn campus

AT&T and UConn will complete the private 5G network by summer 2021 AT&T is deploying a private 5G millimeter wave (mmWave) network and Multi-access Edge Compute (MEC) technology at the University of Connecticut’s (UConn) Stamford campus to help “advance academic programs that will explore new use cases...

Cradlepoint: ‘COVID-19 is transforming wireless tech in education, healthcare’

Moving forward, education and healthcare will lean on wireless technology more heavily, says Cradlepoint CMO One of the primary challenges of battling COVID-19 is delivering reliable connectivity to the millions of students now attending classes from home. While the virus is affecting every single one...

Ericsson partnership to ‘connect the unconnected’ during COVID-19

Ericsson will help connect more children to their teachers while they wait out the threat of COVID-19 Last Thursday, Vermont Gov. Phil Scott announced the closure of all schools in the state for in-person instruction for the rest of the 2019-2020 school due to the...

Verizon opens new 5G Lab in London

  Verizon has opened a new 5G Lab and production studio in London to support its international business and media customers, the U.S. carrier said in a release. This new opening represents the company’s first 5G-enabled facility outside the United States. The lab, which is now open...

Numerex and RTC keep school zone signs flashing for public safety

The industrial "internet of things" will be fully realized when seemingly dormant objects are brought to life with networks, sensors and data analytics. That's why a case study, provided by the IoT M2M Council, on connected school "flashers" is as relevant as any other....

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