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Comcast Enters the Wireless Fray

Comcast Enters the Wireless Fray

Comcast recently announced that it will enter the wireless arena. CEO Brian Roberts, speaking at a conference in New York, confirmed that his company is planning to launch its wireless service in mid-2017.

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CenturyLink Counters Cable with G.fast

CenturyLink Counters Cable with G.fast

CenturyLink recently announced that it will be outfitting more than 40 multi-dwelling buildings in Platteville, WI, with 500 Mbps G.fast service, challenging the cable industry’s gigabit business offerings without having to install fiber. The company used the template...
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The NB-IoT Naming Conundrum

The NB-IoT Naming Conundrum

Narrowband-IoT, also known today as NB-IoT, is a new kind of low power 4G networking that uses a small bandwidth range. It was designed for use with IoT devices that run on batteries and need to remain connected for long periods of time without being charged. NB-IoT...
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MegaMimo 2.0 Brings More Speed, Wider Range

A new version of Wi-Fi, called MegaMimo 2.0, is heading for release. MegaMimo 2.0 promises to coordinate multiple access points simultaneously, on the same frequency and without interference. Additionally, expect MegaMimo 2.0 to feature speeds up to three times...
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WiFi Wednesday: Why 5GHz Wireless in the New PS4 is Good News for Gamers

One of the biggest upgrades in the newly launched PS4 “Slim” and PS4 Pro is dual band wireless support. This is great news for gamers who love to play online, especially when it comes to multiplayer games. Until recently, a wired connection was best suited for gaming...
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The Potential of 5G

When asked about 5G wireless, a typical consumer probably thinks about it simply as a faster 4G. However, 5G is a game-changing technology that will enable users to download full HD videos in seconds, interface with others via video without lag or stuttering, and use...

Z-Wave Interop Layer Now Public Domain

The Z-Wave interoperability layer was made part of the public domain recently. The Z-Wave Public Spec is now available for cloud service developers, gateway manufacturers, and anybody else who wants to use Z-Wave to develop smart home applications. Z-Wave is already...

Security for IoT May Depend on ISPs

The Internet of Things is coming. Large numbers of smart thermostats and electronic door locks and other IoT devices have already been installed worldwide, but are users aware of the risks involved? There have already been reports of hackers deploying botnet armies to...

MegaMIMO Supercharges Wi-Fi Performance

Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab have demonstrated dramatic improvement to distributed Multiple Input Multiple Output (D-MIMO) networking. Professor Dina Katabi and her team recently showed off what they called MegaMIMO 2.0, which,...

Gigabit Services Gradually Turning Profitable

According to survey interviews conducted by networking firm Adtran, profits are being earned by companies deploying gigabit broadband. Among the survey’s participants, more than half said that their revenue streams are positively enhanced by the gigabit services they...

Trio of Heavyweights Back LTE-U Testing

Microsoft, HPE, and Broadcom have all recently announced their support for the Wi-Fi Alliance’s proposed LTE-U coexistence program. “… Microsoft, HPE and Broadcom encourage WFA to resist continued attempts to change the test plan in a manner which would undermine the...

Li-Fi Could be the Cure for Wi-Fi Congestion

We’ve all experienced it: sitting down in a crowded cafe, switching over to the free Wi-Fi the bodega supplies, and finding it slow to the point of uselessness… if you can connect at all. It would seem, that with 11 channels available at the 2.4 GHz frequency,...

Wireless Fiber Aiming to Fill the Network Gap

Wireless fiber is coming, albeit not for another five years or so. A cheaper way for internet providers to extend their current network reach, wireless fiber promises much higher download speeds, without having to run wire through existing buildings. This is an...

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