Content tagged with Fixed Wireless Access
posted in January 2022
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Despite being 'constantly poor,' Starry shoots for substantial growth
Broadband World News  
1/24/2022   Post a comment
The fixed wireless startup shifted all of its manufacturing to the US last year amid global supply chain woes. 'It's turning out to be a good offensive strategy,' said CEO Chet Kanojia.
T-Mobile and Verizon's fixed wireless aggression doesn't add up analyst
Jeff Baumgartner  
1/12/2022   Post a comment
MoffettNathanson questions whether mobile operators will have the network capacity and the right business metrics to back their aggressive stance and forecasts for fixed wireless home broadband.
Kwikbit to expand wireless broadband across six states
Industry Announcements  
1/4/2022   Post a comment
Deployments set for Texas, Louisiana, Michigan and throughout California in Q1 2022.




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