Vapor IO dials up edge computing hotline to Amazon's AWS

Vapor IO and Crown Castle have jointly developed a service that seamlessly interconnects Vapor IO’s Kinetic Edge with Amazon Web Services via Crown Castle’s high-speed Cloud Connect. Technology integration and direct fiber will unlock new classes of applications, with this service enabling a new class of mobile and wireless edge applications that span the continuum from edge to core.

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Cramer’s lightning round: ‘I’m not going to fight you if you like Nio’

CNBC’s “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer responded to calls during the show’s lightning round, recommending investors buy shares of Crown Castle. “People are upset that this thing hasn’t just soared higher. I say, give it a little time. C’mon, these stocks h...

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Vapor IO was listed as one of the 10 hot micro-data-center startups to watch. The article noted that it has raised three rounds of funding, with the most recent being a Series C that closed in September 2019. Vapor IO has already touted partnerships, including with cell-tower oper...

Vapor IO, Crown Castle Bring Amazon Web Services to the Kinetic Edge

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How will Dish’s new 5G network build impact towers?

In light of Dish’s commitment to enter the wireless market as a new facilities-based fourth national carrier, its planned 5G network "is a positive for tower companies…" MoffettNathanson Senior Analyst Craig Moffett said that Crown Castle "could see an incremental ben...

5G May Drive Carriers to Share Networks – Like It or Not

Light Reading report that, as the global wireless industry enters the first stages of commercial 5G, US operators will increasingly move toward a shared deployment model. "Such sharing will likely extend into the small cell arena, given that companies like Crown Castle are betting...

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