Nov 28, 2022
Personal information generates considerable revenue for companies who collect it. Google has users’ location information that it offers to advertisers for targeted ad placements, and it delivers massive profits to Google. The practice, however, has landed Google in some hot water.
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Nov 14, 2022
The Citizens Broadband Radio Service, also known as CBRS, has drawn little media attention compared to 5G cellular, but it is starting to get some traction with carriers, ISPs, and enterprise customers. There are a number of legal and technical issues that a user needs to consider before committing to CBRS, but...
Oct 19, 2022
On November 3, 2022, the annual LB3 and TC2 NYC Conference returns to New York City after a three-year pandemic hiatus!
Join Andrew and Joe as they walk through the agenda of topics planned for discussion, including: how to successfully source and deploy Unified Communications, how to structure and execute Network...
Sep 15, 2022
As we covered in previous podcasts, T-Mobile has conveyed to customers that wireline services are not part of their long-term strategic service portfolio. However, last week’s announcement that T-Mobile is selling its wireline data services to Cogent caught many by surprise.
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Sep 12, 2022
Service providers often make changes to their core network infrastructure to introduce new technology or to retire legacy equipment and these changes, while well-intentioned, can and often do adversely affect enterprise service and resilient network designs.
Listen to this 13-minute podcast as Laura McDonald, a Senior...