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  1. Red Bull will use AT&T network to connect coolers

    05.26 / 16:18 rcrwireless.com Rcrwireless.com - Internet
    Red Bull has extended its partnership with AT&T and will connect up to 1 million coolers to the AT&T network. Each time a customer opens and closes the door of a connected cooler, an embedded monitor will collect the data, which will be sent at regular intervals to the cloud via an AT&T SIM card. [...] The post Red Bull will use AT&T network to connect coolers appeared first on RCR Wireless…
  2. 3 takeaways from Small Cell Forum Release 9

    05.26 / 16:18 rcrwireless.com Rcrwireless.com - Internet
    Marking its 10th anniversary, industry advocacy group Small Cell Forum published Release 9, which covers a broad range of small cell-related topics, both technological- and market-based. “The next few years will see densification on a massive scale of both existing 4G networks as well as next generation 5G systems. SCF is playing a central role [...] The post 3 takeaways from Small Cell Forum Release 9 appeared first on RCR Wireless N…
  3. Telecom tweets of the Week: Verizon takes VR, 5G to the track

    05.26 / 16:18 rcrwireless.com Rcrwireless.com - Internet
    Verizon’s mobile “5G” demo at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway must be every driver tester’s dream come true — until they blacked out the windshield. The video is worth checking out. Of course the speeds achieved (by the network, not the car, people: more than 6 Gbps in the downlink) are prominently displayed, but more interesting [...] The post Telecom tweets of the Week: Verizon takes VR, 5G to the track appeared first on RCR Wireless…
  4. Intel 5G trial platform sees adoption from Nokia, Ericsson

    05.26 / 15:20 rcrwireless.com Rcrwireless.com - Internet
    As pre-standard 5G technology testing and field trials continue ahead of expected early commercialization in the 2020 timeframe, Intel is seeing continued adoption of its 5G Mobile Trial Platform product by major network infrastructure vendors including Ericsson and Nokia. Intel’s trial platform can support multi-gigabit over the air speeds and addresses key aspects of 5G [...] The post Intel 5G trial platform sees adoption from Nokia, Ericsson appeared first on RCR Wireless…
  5. Wireless evolution depends on dense, future-looking fiber networks

    05.26 / 15:20 rcrwireless.com Rcrwireless.com - Internet
    Fiber networks require a public-private partnership approach to be economically viable ORLANDO–Smart buildings turning urban cores into smart cities filled with autonomous cars and drones, and ubiquitous, high seed, low latency networks supporting the needs of consumers, enterprises and the seemingly endless growth of the internet of things. That’s the vision for the future of [...] The post Wireless evolution depends on dense, future-looking fiber networks appeared first on…
  6. Study: Mobile news sites take too long to load

    05.26 / 14:19 rcrwireless.com Rcrwireless.com - Internet
    Fifty of the most popular news web sites take an average of 10.5 seconds to load on a mobile device — more than three times as long as most site visitors are willing to wait, according to a new report by device tracking company DeviceAtlas. Mobile device uses are willing to wait about three seconds [...] The post Study: Mobile news sites take too long to load appeared first on RCR Wireless…
  7. The future of wireless depends on dense, future-looking fiber networks

    05.26 / 14:19 rcrwireless.com Rcrwireless.com - Internet
    Fiber networks require a public-private partnership approach to be economically viable ORLANDO–Smart buildings turning urban cores into smart cities filled with autonomous cars and drones, and ubiquitous, high seed, low latency networks supporting the needs of consumers, enterprises and the seemingly endless growth of the internet of things. That’s the vision for the future of [...] The post The future of wireless depends on dense, future-looking fiber networks appeared first…
  8. 5G will enable $12.3 billion in global economic output by 2035, trade group says

    05.26 / 14:19 rcrwireless.com Rcrwireless.com - Internet
    5G Americas says next generation network technology will also support 22 million jobs globally by 2036 TOKYO–5G technology will enable $12.3 trillion in global economic output by 2035, Chris Pearson, head of industry trade group 5G Americas, said during a keynote presentation at the Global 5G Event, which took place in Tokyo, Japan, earlier this week. [...] The post 5G will enable $12.3 billion in global economic output by 2035, trade group says appeared first on RCR Wireless …