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AT&T launches 5G network but Austin customers won't be able to get it

AT&T launched its 5G network in late December in 12 cities across the country, but despite Austin's growing foundation in technology, tech experts say the city is lacking in infrastructure to handle the new network. Scott Dunaway, a spokesperson with Texas 5G Alliance, said "Austin has been s...


City Council votes to approve 5G in city limits

Sioux Falls "will be one of the first in cities South Dakota – and possibly among the first in the nation – to roll out 5G technology." Verizon Wireless has been given the go-ahead from city council to install "small cell technology" on poles and parks around the city. Sioux Falls May...


Need for data has region preparing for upgrade

Pennsylvania is preparing for the rollout of 5G cellular data service, where Crown Castle East Area director Karmen Rajamani said "people are using their devices in a different way now. When you first started, it was to make phone calls — not a lot of data demand there. But, increasingly, t...


CES 2019: Las Vegas and Los Angeles see 5G as a game changer for smart cities

Speaking at a roundtable, AT&T VP of IoT and GM of Smart Cities Mike Zeto said "smart cities deployments are already moving from the original focus on getting infrastructure deployed to now concentrating on more citizen-focused applications." Zeto focused on how 5G is needed for smart cities,...


Big Cable’s ‘10G’ campaign betrays a fear of wireless 5G

At CES 2019, the NCTA and other cable groups announced a new 10G initiative. Unlike 5G, the 10G branding "isn’t referring to a generational count, but rather the kind of network that the various global cable groups are hoping to achieve: 10 gigabits." Michael Powell, the president and CEO o...


AT&T is creating a 5G hospital

AT&T is partnering with Rush University Medical Center to "create the first 5G-enabled hospital in the US. The technology is expected to speed up network communications and reduce latency to help improve care at the Chicago hospital." AT&T also announced that "it’s installing a 5G n...


San Jose, 100 cities, Cos. sue FCC over broadband power grab

With a broad boost from U.S. Reps. Anna G. Eshoo and Jackie Speier (D-Palo Alto, Hillsborough), a large coalition of Western cities and counties are waging a legal showdown with a shuttered federal government in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals over control of 5G wireless installations. Eshoo's b...


Heard about 5G? Here's when it's coming to Chicago and what it means for you

Crown Castle Director of Government Affairs Jonathan Hart was interviewed regarding the impact 5G could have om Chicago, noting "we’ve gotten to the point in our lives where we believe mobile access is not just simply a luxury. We expect our phones to work; we expect our phones to make call...


AT&T sees big future for small cells in Maryland

Small cell technology could help usher in 5G, and they're starting to pop up around Maryland, said AT&T's Mid-Atlantic president Marc Blakeman. Blakeman, who joined a panel called "The Future of Charm City" Thursday night at City Garage, noted that small cell technology will give a major boos...


FCC's 5G order faces further scrutiny in courts, Congress

At a recent panel discussion at the U.S. Conference of Mayors’ (USCM) Winter Meeting in Washington, DC, elected officials said while they want 5G technology in their cities, they also want to retain local control over their infrastructure and rights-of-way. The fight against the FCC order s...


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