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Enterprise-wide Private LTE networks enabled by OnGo are game-changing solutions that provide maximum mobile coverage and ubiquitous connectivity – inside buildings, in high-traffic venues (stadiums, theaters); in high RF environments like hospitals; corporate and educational campus facilities and more.
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Source: iGR by Iain Gillott, President, iGR As just about anyone in the wireless industry knows, the latest FCC spectrum auction finished a couple of weeks ago and the results were released last week, including the winning bidder names. I am, of course, talking about...
Source: eWeek.com From software companies in the heart of Silicon Valley to financial services leaders in New York to hotels and restaurants in the central United States, all have faced a similarly frustrating experience from time to time: poor indoor wireless...
Source: InBuildingTech.com U.S. wireless infrastructure provider Mobilitie will bring a 5G wireless network to the campus at the University of Cincinnati, the company said in a release. This partnership will provide a state-of-the-art neutral-host network to the Fifth...
Source: Fierce Wireless Salt Lake City’s Murray City School District wants to be the first district in the country to implement a private CBRS network for students in grades K-12. Private LTE in publicly available spectrum could be the key to bridging the digital...