Content tagged with Fixed Wireless Access
posted in October 2021
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Verizon, Amazon to integrate LEO satellites with 5G
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10/29/2021   Post a comment
The first offering from the new partnership will backhaul Verizon's cell sites through Amazon's LEO satellites, allowing Verizon to offer fixed wireless Internet services in unconnected rural areas.
Redzone completes wireless broadband pilot in Maine
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10/27/2021   Post a comment
Redzone completes two-month pilot project in Rockland, Maine, to field-test a new broadband wireless technology developed by Tarana Wireless.
Ting Internet acquires Simply Bits
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10/18/2021   Post a comment
Strategic acquisition of established network opens new market opportunities for Ting in Arizona.
New Federated Wireless program to accelerate shared spectrum availability
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10/13/2021   Post a comment
New tools, support and incentives enable WISPs to provide reliable wireless services in areas challenged to deliver Internet access.
Adtran debuts 60GHz mmWave mesh solution
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10/13/2021   Post a comment
New Adtran MetNet 60GHz Gen 2 Mesh Node to deliver on business case for gigabit fixed wireless for urban and hard-to-connect rural locations.
SkyPacket expands fixed wireless service in Allegany County
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10/1/2021   Post a comment
New high-speed broadband is now available in previously underserved parts of Allegany County, Maryland, from SkyPacket Networks.

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