Posts tagged with: Special

Policy experts discuss open RAN security issues: Special Report

Open radio access network (RAN) technology has become so high-profile that the Biden administration mentioned it in its official dealings with the leaders of Japan and S. Korea. In April when President Biden met with Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, the...

Industrials primed but cautious on private wireless: Special Report

Industrial categories such as manufacturing, mining, maritime container shipping and ports appear primed for private cellular networks to improve efficiency and ultimately costs. But while interest levels are ticking up, these industries, with their own complex operations undergoing change, are taking a cautious...

LTE dominates private networks, but 5G is coming: Special Report

Some folks may be wondering if it’s worth waiting for 5G to be fully baked before jumping on the private networking bandwagon or to go ahead with LTE deployments that are, presumably, software upgradeable to 5G. That’s one of the topics...

Shentel to use wireless sale proceeds for special dividend

Shenandoah Telecommunications Company (Shentel) is exiting the wireless business that it entered as an affiliate of Sprint back in 1995, but that doesn’t mean it’s getting out of wireless entirely. The company holds licenses in the 2.5 and 3.5 GHz bands...

Business models for 5G Edge look scary for operators: Special Report

As part of 5G, there’s a big movement to deploy thousands of new edge compute locations to bring applications closer to consumers. The topic will be discussed on Tuesday, December 1, at FierceWireless’ 5G Blitz Week. 5G and the edge...

AT&T moves forward on open RAN while T-Mobile takes cautious approach: Special Report

Open Radio Access Network (RAN) has been in the spotlight for much of this year, but a lot of other things are happening with the RAN. Fierce kicks off its fall 5G Blitz week with a session on Monday, November...

Problem Solving 101 with Ed Birrane

At Artech House, we ask our authors what problems their books can help readers solve. In this series, we share what our authors aim to do in their writing, starting with Ed Birrane, who, along with Jason Soloff, wrote Designing Delay-Tolerant...

Diverse 5G spectrum holdings fuel mix of 5G infrastructure: Special Report

U.S. carriers have all signaled they’re moving ahead with 5G rollouts, with new spectrum coming online and differing deployment models that require a variety of infrastructure solutions.   5G infrastructure will be discussed on Monday, July 20, during FierceWireless 5G...