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South Korean technology company LG Electronics showcased 6G technology during the ‘2021 Korea Science and Technology Exhibition’ recently held at KINTEX in Ilsan, South Korea. During the event, LG was expected to unveil a power amplifier for 6G for the first time, a device it has jointly developed with Germany’s […]

TDS Telecom, based in Madison, WI, has made seven $2,000 donations to assist thousands of families who may be faced with food insecurities this winter. The annual gift is part of the TDS Connecting With Our Communities program. “It’s been a difficult year for many families and it’s our way […]

This year was supposed to mark a major milestone in the ability to locate wireless devices indoors when callers dial 911, so that first responders can reach them faster. It didn’t quite pan out that way; development and implementation of the technologies that enable this is moving more slowly than […]

Sean Kinney, Editor in Chief Editor-in-Chief Sean focuses on multiple subject areas including 5G, Open RAN, hybrid cloud, edge computing, and Industry 4.0. He also hosts Arden Media’s podcast Will 5G Change the World? Prior to his work at RCR, Sean studied journalism and literature at the University of […]

Not everybody wants to be home for the holidays. Some have been stuck at home for almost two years thanks to COVID and are now wondering if it’s safe to travel to see relatives this year. Others are in the process of redefining home this holiday season, like the 12,000 […]

Being able to locate 911 callers on wireless devices faster is a life-or-death use case for more precise indoor location—but it isn’t the only one. There are many potential commercial applications for being able to leverage better indoor location, whether that means using Wi-Fi, Bluetooth LE or other types of […]

The tower industry’s record of being union free is finally coming to an end with the announcement yesterday by the Communications Workers of America (CWA) that it has successfully organized the workers at tower training provider Tower Safety in Phoenix, AZ. The CWA covers workers in the communications and information […]

The FCC’s Enforcement Bureau settled investigations into carriers’ adherence to the agency’s 911 reliability rules. The probes concerned network outages that occurred last year. To resolve the cases, each company — AT&T, CenturyLink (now Lumen Technologies), Intrado Safety Communications, and Verizon — agreed to make a settlement payment and implement […]

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