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As we gear up for The BIG 5G Event 2020, watch Light Reading's podcast as Ray Le Maistre and Phil Harvey are joined by two guests -- Light Reading's Mike Dano and US Ignite's Mari Silbey -- to sum up the state of 5G, why US cities are closely watching 5G deployments and what we can look forward to as we enter 2020...


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How Wireless Carriers Might Bring Private CBRS Networks Into the Fold

Glenn Smithson, the general manager of 7 Cedars Casino in Washington state, had a connectivity problem.

His casino is located in the hinterlands of Washington, where quality cellular signals are hard to find. And gamblers who can't immediately brag about their winnings on Instagram aren't happy gamblers. "We get OK signal, but it's not acceptable in today's world," he said. "We knew we needed to do something....

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Cisco Acquires Exablaze for Ultra-Low-Latency Networking Boost

Cisco got itself a little stocking stuffer for the holidays, snapping up Exablaze, a 31-person Australian networking company specializing in Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) technology for ultra-low-latency applications such as high-frequency trading and emerging telco services such as 5G and edge.

Exablaze supplies ultra-low-latency Layer 1 FPGA-based switches and network interface cards (NICs) as well as picosecond resolution timing technology, Cisco says in a statement...

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Work on the Next Big 5G Tech Spec Update Now Underway

The next chapter in 5G's technology story is about to get written. The 3GPP -- the industry association tasked with fleshing out the world's 5G standard -- finished its latest meeting in Sitges, Spain, last week, and members voted to move forward on a wide variety of new and fancy technologies and capabilities that could eventually be incorporated into commercial 5G networks. However, actual users probably won't see the results of the group's efforts anytime soon...


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