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Bobcat Miner launches Helium 5G gateway to mine HNT

Bobcat Miner built the Helium- and CBRS-compatible hotspot using FreedomFi’s firmware Hotspot manufacturer Bobcat Miner is launching a Helium- and CBRS-compatible hotspot that was built using FreedomFi’s firmware. The new device, called the Bobber 500, is set to debut this April, and will mine HNT...

Dish and FreedomFi pilot neutral-host CBRS 5G hot spot network

FreedomFi co-founder: 'Dish is working with us to enable the use of GAA CBRS spectrum to pioneer an entirely new way to connect people and things' Dish is piloting the world’s first community-driven, neutral-host CBRS hotspot network in collaboration with FreedomFi, an open 5G networking...

AT&T finally launches a 5G hotspot for consumers

The 5G hotspot uses Wi-Fi 6 and can support up to 32 Wi-Fi devices AT&T has announced the Netgear Nighthawk 5G Mobile Hotspot Pro, the provider’s first 5G hot spot for consumers. Before, only businesses had access to the company's 5G hot spot, and the...

Ruckus Networks deploying public Wi-Fi in high-traffic parts of São Paulo

Ruckus Networks plans to expand service to millions of Brazilians by the end of 2020 California-based wireless networking equipment and software company Ruckus Networks announced that its devices and technology will be used in Wi-Fi hotspots of Google Station in São Paulo, Brazil. The devices being...

Analyst Angle: Best effort Wi-Fi no longer cuts it

It’s been more than 14 years since VoiceStream (now part of T-Mobile) bought the assets of MobileStar, which went bankrupt trying to build a public Wi-Fi network. Ownership is one way mobile operators can have greater control over the quality of experience (QoE) that Wi-Fi...

RCRtv Weekly Recap-Kontron, the Iron Yard and Ericsson

August 19 was the inaugural episode of Cell Tower News with host Joey Jackson, editor and production manager for RCR Wireless News. On this episode, site acquisition, towersource.com, and related topics are discussed by Jackson and CEO and president of Mosaik Solutions Bryan Darr. Jackson is...

Public gigabit Wi-Fi rollout in NYC

Pay phones are being replaced by Wi-Fi access points in LinkNYC project An ambitious project to bring super high-speed public Wi-Fi to all five boroughs of New York City envisions replacing some 10,000 antiquated phone booths with so-called Links. The LinkNYC project, which has the full...

Tourists rely on mobile, use public Wi-Fi in Tel Aviv

Public Wi-Fi part of Tel Aviv’s ranking as ‘World’s Smartest City’ Tel Aviv, Israel, has a robust public Wi-Fi network that’s free to use and popular among tourists. Data collected in 2014 shows visitors to the city overwhelmingly accessed Wi-Fi from their smartphones. The public Wi-Fi...

#CCAExpo: Carriers look to leverage big data

Big data analytics lets carriers identify and solve network issues ATLANTA — In the crowded and competitive carrier space, network operators are looking for the best ways to leverage big data analytics to keep up with consumer demand. According to a 2014 Cisco report, U.S. consumers...

Skyroam Hotspot device review: #MWC15

Need for #MWC15 Speed Each year, RCR Wireless News sends members of our team to Barcelona, Spain, to cover the  proverbial "Super Bowl" of the mobile industry – GSMA's Mobile World Congress. Last year, our team met with over 125 companies, posted dozens of articles and...

Wi-Fi hot spots cannot be blocked by hotels

FCC enforcement advisory follows $600,000 Marriott fine Hotel operators cannot block guests from using Wi-Fi hot spots rather than the hotel’s network, according to a strongly worded “enforcement advisory” published by the Federal Communications Commission. The advisory comes following an Oct. 3 FCC order that fined Marriott...

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