Tag Archives: 5G

Opious achieves Cradlepoint 5G for enterprise branch specialisation

Opious has achieved 5G for Enterprise Branch Specialisation from Cradlepoint. The 5G for Enterprise Branch Specialisation identifies and recognises partner organisations that are leaders in positioning and selling Cradlepoint’s 5G for business solutions by meeting a series of sales, technical, and business proficiency criteria. By receiving the specialisation, Opious will …

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Google Cloud Ericsson partnership will transcend 5G and edge cloud solutions

Google Cloud and Ericsson are working together to develop 5G and edge cloud solutions at Ericsson’s Silicon Valley D15 Labs. This is a state-of-the-art innovation centre, where advanced solutions and technologies can be developed and tested on a live, multi-layers 5G platform. Ericsson and Google Cloud have already completed functional …

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Operators Speed 5G Network Upgrades with CommScope’s HELIAX

 As governments around the world invest in critical national infrastructure to modernise manufacturing, transportation, and healthcare, they are seeking ways to speed 5G network upgrades.  CommScope is addressing this need by launching HELIAX SkyBlox which helps network operators put reliable mobile networks in place at a vigorous pace. Weighing at 1 …

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Wireless Logic first Vodafone UK commercial partner for Multi-access Edge Computing 

Wireless Logic has been selected by Vodafone as its first commercial partner for MEC (Multi-access Edge Computing) connectivity in the UK. Distributed MEC enables businesses to access AWS cloud services at the Vodafone network edge, allowing them to take greater advantage of the power of the cloud with the high …

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Hampshire business is first to launch low carbon 5G

BASE Bordon Innovation Centre, managed by Oxford Innovation, has become one of the few shared office spaces in the UK with 5G capabilities, powered by carbon friendly energy storage technology. The new 5G network, part funded by Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership and the University of Surrey, will be powered …

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Online trade-ins gain momentum as 57 percent consumers expect to upgrade to 5G mobile ­devices  

New research conducted by Blancco Technology Group, Online Device Trade-Ins: Building Trust in an Invisible Process, found that 57 percent of global consumers expect to upgrade to a 5G device in the next 24 months. Of these, almost half (49 percent) intend to trade in their old device as part …

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Cradlepoint launches second-generation 5G product portfolio

 Cradlepoint’s second-generation 5G product portfolio launch spans low-band to millimetre-wave solutions and external adaptors to integrated 5G routers. “Network providers and their partners have only scratched the surface in terms of the possibilities that can be enabled through 5G networks,” said Cindy Whelan, practice leader enterprise networks & wholesale at OMDIA. “As with …

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Nebulon delivers smartInfrastructure in Supermicro Ultra Servers

Nebulon, Inc’s  smartInfrastructure is a server-embedded, infrastructure software delivered as-a-service, which offers the benefits of the public cloud on-premises, from core to edge for any application: containerised, virtualised or bare-metal. Leveraging Supermicro Ultra servers, this data centre service enables self-service infrastructure provisioning, infrastructure management-as-a-service, and enterprise shared and local data services.   …

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Armis and Eseye enable secure connected devices on any mobile network

Eseye, and Armis, have developed a joint solution that enables organisations to deploy connected devices anywhere in the world with enterprise-class security and consistent, reliable cellular (4G/LTE/5G) connectivity. Using Eseye’s Connectivity Management Platform devices can switch intelligently to any one of over 700 GSMA-compliant carriers to maximise uptime with greater …

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Telcos gear up to secure new wave of 5G networks

Telcos will implement a wide array of measures in 2021 to secure the next wave of 5G connectivity, according to a global survey of service provider employees by Heavy Reading. As operators begin to rollout standalone 5G networks, they are moving swiftly to secure core network configuration services, such as …

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