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Other Utilities, Public Utilities

Baltimore expands city’s free, public Wi-Fi network

December 18, 2023

Via: StateScoop

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced Monday that the city’s free, public Wi-Fi network will expand to reach recreation centers — like Middle Branch’s Fitness and Wellness Center, where the announcement was made — as part of larger plans to bridge […]


Public Utilities, Telecommunications

2024 promises to be a bellwether year for private cellular networks

December 13, 2023

Via: RCR Wireless News

Each year, there are a selection of new technologies that are expected to be the NBT – “next big thing.” As we prepare to enter 2024, I expect that private cellular networks will see a sharp uptick in adoption as […]


Miscellaneous, Public Utilities, Telecommunications

Broadband providers hope to differentiate with value-added services: Report

October 30, 2023

Via: RCR Wireless News

Omdia and Broadband Forum have published a new report that shows global broadband service providers are focused on introducing technology that directly improves bandwidth and latency for value-added services. In fact, 72% of the more than 111 service providers interviewed […]


Public Utilities, Telecommunications

Assessing enterprise wireless networks: A reality check

April 5, 2023

Via: RCR Wireless News

Today’s enterprise faces a dizzying array of wireless infrastructure options for managing important business operations. Considering factors such as business need, location, security requirements, and expansion plans, organizations can opt for Wi-Fi, public cellular, or private cellular wireless networks—or select […]


Public Utilities, Telecommunications

Wi-Fi/cellular convergence and the seamless network experience

October 19, 2022

Via: RCR Wireless News

During a conversation about the networks of the future at Mobile World Congress Las Vegas, IEEE Senior Member David Witkowski told RCR Wireless News a notable trend of technology convergence is occurring. “In the past, Wi-Fi was Wi-Fi and cellular […]


Public Utilities, Telecommunications

Multi-gigabit wireless expansion and hybrid networks becoming the norm (Cambium Networks on 2022)

January 4, 2022

Via: RCR Wireless News

With lingering effects of the COVID pandemic, 2021 was a difficult year. We correctly predicted that remote work was not going away, and that people would migrate out of the congested city centers. We also predicted a growth in private […]


Public Utilities, Telecommunications

Wireless connectivity applications look promising in the healthcare industry

June 25, 2021

Via: RCR Wireless News

Providing quality medical services in a reliable, secure, economical and efficient manner is a top priority among providers, indicating healthcare applications could capture a substantial share of the wireless connectivity industry over the next few years. The wireless connectivity industry […]


Public Utilities, Telecommunications

Verizon named official 5G provider for three Oak View Group arenas

May 10, 2021

Via: RCR Wireless News

Oak View Group (OVG) has selected Verizon as a connectivity provider, making the carrier the exclusive 5G and wireless partner to three OVG arenas, including New York UBS Arena, Seattle Climate Pledge Arena and Coachella Valley Arena. With Verizon’s help, […]


Public Utilities, Telecommunications

New York City to connect 13 housing projects with free or low-cost internet

May 7, 2021

Via: StateScoop

New York City on Thursday took another step toward its goal of providing universal broadband access with an announcement of new partnerships expected to connect an additional 30,000 residents. Mayor Bill de Blasio’s office announced the city selected five vendors […]


Telecommunications

Public Wi-Fi kiosk trend hits San Antonio area

February 24, 2017

Via: StateScoop

Bexar County, Texas, joined a growing group of governments Tuesday when commissioners signed an agreement with CIVIQ Smartscapes to install six Wi-Fi kiosks in San Antonio this summer. The new kiosks — which cost the county $280,122 — will expand […]