Enhancing wireless technology

Crown Castle’s Michael Petricone, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, Consumer Technology Association (CTA), published an op-ed in The Georgetowner noting, “Everyone is committed to installing equipment on poles that will blend into the environment to preserve the aesthetics of each community, including Georgetown.”

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The race to 5G wireless tech is on. A report finds Americans may have an early lead.

Cisco’s annual Visual Networking Index Report, which studies industry trends, found that by 2022, "fifth-generation cellular networks will power as many as 9 percent of mobile data connections across North America," compared with 4 percent in Asia, indicating that Americans ...

2019 broadband access market outlook: four-part series

Dell’Oro Group began a four-part series on broadband access market outlook. The series discusses the "high-level business and technology trends that will have an impact on network operators," as well as anticipated trends in broadband access and home networking. It noted tha...

5G Moto Mod gets FCC certification

The FCC has certified the 5G Moto Mod, suggesting that the attachment offering 5G capability could be on the market soon. Motorola announced in August the Moto Z3, a phone with magnetic backings that attach to Moto Mods, or modules. The mods, which were granted FCC approval on Fri...

Fast money halftime report

CNBC’s market expert, Stephen Weiss, speaks highly of Crown Castle stock, stating, "I own two. I own Crown Castle which are wireless towers where you will see increasing usage as they rent space out. It’s got a good yield. You can play American Tower, but I do Crown Ca...

New broadband network coming to Hot Springs

Ritter Communications, Arkansas’ leading broadband provider, announced Friday that it is bringing state of the art communications technology and advanced business services to Hot Springs. Ritter Communications is investing $7 million in infrastructure construction to give bu...

Vapor IO forms alliance for full-service edge computing at its tower data centers

Vapor IO announced the formation of the Kinetic Edge Alliance, "an assortment of edge computing-focused partners that will support Vapor's data centers with the infrastructure, tools, and expertise needed for successful edge deployments." By the end of the year, Vapor says, it wil...

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