MulteFire Release 1.0 enables LTE to operate in unlicensed, shared spectrum.
We take this opportunity to remind earth station licensees and registrants that the FCC’s International Bureau does not issue notifications of license expiration dates, or reminders to file renewal applications. We expect to see more licenses up for renewal this year as compared to the last few years. So please take a moment to review … Continue Reading
Here's a quick roundup of some network news that's also worth a look:... [visit site to read more]
Lots of news out there this week, coinciding with the arrival of the PTC conference out in Hawaii. Here's a quick rundown of a few interesting items from the IX and colo space:... [visit site to read more]
Internet interconnections and compensation arrangements have been based on voluntary terms and conditions after government underwriting stopped. In a commercial context, funds flow on the basis of traffic volume, but also bargainingShow More Summary
On the metro fiber front, Wilcon is planning a significant amount of new infrastructure out in California. The company is expanding its fiber reach in order to serve the backhaul needs of small cells in downtown Los Angeles.... [visit site to read more]
The next transpacific cable system appears to be approaching the finish line. SEA-US has had two announcements over the last day or two detailing the progress of the buildout of the necessary infrastructure.... [visit site to read more]
This week, a new cloud-centric network operator has launched. PacketFabric aims to bring more of the flexibility and provisioning ease seen in cloud computing into the world of networking and interconnection via an SDN-powered, Ethernet-based connectivity platform. With us today to shed some light on the new company’s initial offerings and its plans for the […]
Over the weekend, Level 3 Communications took its security capabilities in the Far East to a new level. They have opened a set of new scrubbing centers throughout the region capable of mitigating Distributed Denial of Service attacks. ... [visit site to read more]
If you’ve been following the French telecom scene these last few days, you can’t have missed the turmoil that the regulator’s latest announcement led to. For those who missed it, the French telecom regulatory authority -the ARCEP- published on January The post ARCEP investigates efficiency of FTTH mutualisation in dense areas appeared first on diffraction analysis.
News this week included ICS/SCADA security, Giuliani and security, and changes at Alphabet around connectivity projects.
Decision has 5G implications Wow—FCC enforcement actions don’t get any juicier than this: an anonymous whistleblower, alleged misrepresentations to the FCC, and a complex $100 million fine to Straight Path Communications, Inc. for apparently...Show More Summary