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From tractor maker to network operator; should we be surprised Deere & Company, in charge of the John Deere machinery brand, has snapped up five mid-band CBRS licenses in five …

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AT&T

AT&T is offering localised private LTE and 5G in CBRS spectrum using Ericsson’s pre-packed radio access and cloud-based core networking products, along with its own multi-access edge computing portfolio. The …

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Germany has issued 67 local spectrum licences for private LTE and 5G to enterprises since November 2019. What should we make of this number, and the run-rate so far for …

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Anyone who has used a public Wi-Fi hotspot for more than the occasional web browsing and emailing knows how unpredictable it can be. Wi-Fi’s lack of predictability has held back …

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Industrial IoT

Note, this article continues from a previous post, entitled, ‘Three-tiered private 5G offer emerges as telcos embrace vertical, unlicensed bands’. Click here to go to the first instalment.   Nokia has …

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A first principle of private cellular in shared or unlicensed spectrum is LTE-based networks can be quickly deployed in emergency scenarios. This is the idea with various network-in-a-box solutions, which …

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The decision last week by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to make 1,200MHz of spectrum in the 6 GHz band in the US available for unlicensed usage, covering low-power operations …

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Industrial IoT

Federated Wireless has announced it has secured $13.7 million in additional Series C funding from existing investors Allied Minds and Pennant Investors. The funding will accelerate its partnership with Amazon …

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Connectivity has been the main blocker for industrial IoT, and not the fragmented hardware and software markets. So says Federated Wireless, one of the companies pioneering usage of private LTE …

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This article, in five parts, is continued from Step 2, about spectrum and regulation; Step 2 can be found here. “Once frequency usage fees have been clarified – a significant …

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