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December 2020

Partnership May Help Accelerate 5G Drone Applications

Virginia Tech and MITRE Engenuity’s Open Generation Consortium (Open Gen) are partnering to research, test and develop 5G drone applications. The partners will examine issues that interfere with safe drone flight, examining how drones react to obstacles in their path, with testing occurring at Virginia Tech’s drone park. 

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Fiber Broadband Speeds Keep Rising, Latest by Nokia Sees 25 Gbps Symmetrical

Broadband access networks are at the very beginning stages of implementing 10 Gbps capable networks, using technologies like XGS-PON and NG-PON2. But news from Nokia demonstrates that the industry is already looking towards a 25 Gbps PON future.

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Dissecting IoT For the Rural Broadband Ecosystem 

Currently comprised of more than 30 billion connected devices, the Internet of Things (IoT) is a massively transformational trend. While many consumers are familiar, and increasingly comfortable with, smart devices inside their homes, the broader applications and implications represented by IoT outside of the home is massive. 

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A Deeper Dive into CBRS and How it May Support Facial Recognition for Cows

Chris Konechne, Project Engineer with Finley Engineering, discusses one of the hottest topics in broadband today, CBRS. CBRS is on the rise due to its unlimited possibilities. Now that the auction is complete, Finley is working with clients to strategically plan their transition, and then implement and rapidly deploy these networks. Find out more about CBRS, why it is considered the “sweet spot”, how it can be used and what it means for the industry today.

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ABI: North  American Telco Cloud Revenues to Reach $10B by 2025

Between this year and 2025, global telco cloud revenue will jump from $8.7 billion to $29.3 billion, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 27%. The North American market will be worth $10 billion by the end of the period, according to ABI Research projections.

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Broadband Forum Canary Release Extends Connected Home Messaging

A new software release from the Broadband Forum aims to make it easier to develop software to support the connected home. The new software, known as the “Canary” release, comes from the Broadband Forum Open Broadband – USP Agent project.

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