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    1. Verizon pushes FCC for “one-touch” siting reform

      Verizon pushes FCC for “one-touch” siting reform

      Verizon pushes FCC for “one-touch” siting reform 19 SEP 2017 Tweet Verizon renewed its call for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to adopt a “one-touch” approach meant to streamline new infrastructure deployments. According to the operator, a “one-touch make-ready” strategy would provide faster access to utility poles and increase installation efficiency for new small cells and fiber by allowing a single contractor to do all the work.

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    2. Federated Wireless intros CBRS spectrum controller, raises $42M

      Federated Wireless intros CBRS spectrum controller, raises $42M

      Federated Wireless, one of the Spectrum Access System administrators for the 3.5 GHz ecosystem, says it is bringing spectrum sharing closer to reality with the commercial availability of its cloud-based spectrum controller to enable spectrum sharing.

      Federated also closed on a new investment funding round of $42 million, with backers including Charter Communications, American Tower, ARRIS and Singapore’s investment fund GIC.

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    3. Verizon and Ericsson Showcase Technology Milestones and Use Cases...

      Verizon and Ericsson Showcase Technology Milestones and Use Cases...

      Verizon and Ericsson Showcase Technology Milestones and Use Cases Demonstrating Continued Industry Leadership in LTE, Path to 5G at 2017 Mobile World Congress Americas [September 11, 2017] Verizon and Ericsson Showcase Technology Milestones and Use Cases Demonstrating Continued Industry Leadership in LTE, Path to 5G at 2017 Mobile World Congress Americas SAN FRANCISCO , Sept. 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- At Mobile World Congress Americas 2017 this week, Verizon and Ericsson will showcase technology milestones and use cases demonstrating continued industry leadership as LTE evolves, paving the way to 5G. Experts from both Ericsson and Verizon will be on hand to personally walk ...

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    4. T-Mobile to build nationwide NB-IoT network, and LTE Cat-M network, in 2018 - FierceWireless

      T-Mobile to build nationwide NB-IoT network, and LTE Cat-M network, in 2018 - FierceWireless

      The nation's third-largest carrier in July completed what it called “the continent's first live network tests” of LTE -based NB-IoT technology along with Qualcomm and Ericsson across multiple sites on its network in Las Vegas using 200 KHz of its AWS ...

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    5. Sprint LTE Plus Data Speeds Up 28% in Seven Months

      Sprint LTE Plus Data Speeds Up 28% in Seven Months

      Blog This Can you hear that? Sprint (NYSE:S) customers are having a better network experience than ever with national average download speeds up 28 percent in seven months, according to Ookla Speedtest Intelligence data. Ookla data also shows Sprint now ranks #1 for the fastest average download speed in 15 cities such as Atlanta, Denver, Indianapolis, Salt Lake City and Seattle. 1 This Smart News Release features multimedia.

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    6. Verizon, Qualcomm, and Ericsson Almost Hit 1 Gig Speeds in a “Real-World” Test - Droid Life

      Verizon, Qualcomm, and Ericsson Almost Hit 1 Gig Speeds in a “Real-World” Test - Droid Life

      LAA, as far as I understand it, uses unlicensed spectrum along with Verizon's own licensed spectrum to create those speeds. It's carrier aggregation on steroids in a way, also known as four carrier aggregation. They also used a test device from ...

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    7. Verizon prepares to add voice to IoT network

      Verizon prepares to add voice to IoT network

      Verizon Wireless said it has shown that voice-over-LTE works on its LTE Cat M1 network, meaning that internet of things applications have new opportunities to use voice commands to activate devices. LTE Cat M1 is a low-power variant of LTE that supports Verizon’s recently launched IoT network.

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    8. Sprint and Samsung set to roll out massive MIMO

      Sprint and Samsung set to roll out massive MIMO

      Sprint and Samsung are preparing to deploy dozens of antenna elements per cell site in select areas across the U.S., as the carrier rolls out massive MIMO to leverage its 2.5 GHz spectrum in preparation for 5G. The two companies have been testing the technology in Suwon, South Korea and Sprint said it has been able to increase channel capacity by at least 300% and boost cell edge performance by 200%.

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    9. Sprint upgrades Milwaukee network, adds stores

      Sprint upgrades Milwaukee network, adds stores

      Sprint has turned up three-carrier aggregation and high-power user equipment support in Milwaukee, Wisc., as well as adding its Magic Boxes and outdoor small cells for densification.

      The move is in line with the carrier’s network plans for this year, which Sprint CTO John Saw said in January would focus on adding coverage and capacity “where it’s needed,” including further expansion of its three-channel carrier aggregation network technology and the use of HPUE device technology.

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