Relive the magic of October’s Wi-Fi Global Congress in San Jose with this video, which highlights some of the key presentations, speakers, and moments from this incredible event.
“The Future of 5G for California: Ensuring Equitable Access” About the Panel: 5G wireless networks hold great potential, enabling unprecedented advancements in linking robots, cars, and other sensor-enabled technologies and infrastructure to revolutionize cities. While [More]
FCC Chairman Pai discusses the agency’s continued efforts to promote broadband deployment and competition by speeding the process and reducing the costs of attaching new network facilities to utility poles. To enable broadband providers to [More]
Originally Published on TelecomTV.com 19 Jun 2015 http://www.telecomtv.com/articles/wi-fi-global-congress/why-theres-more-to-wifi-than-hotspots-and-carrier-deployment-12562/ — The CEO of the Wireless Broadband Alliance explains how the industry is growing and evolving, and how its members are addressing the challenges and opportunities. Filmed [More]
The Board of Selectmen held a second public hearing on potential Verizon antennas.
Join us on February 7th at 1:30pm for this month’s Smart Cities and Service Improvements committee meeting. The Council committee will discuss San Jose’s Smart City Roadmap and the Broadband & Small Cell Policy. Tune [More]
5G wireless is coming to a city near you! Are you familiar with what will be needed to support this technology? The MH Companies and Valmont are now able to provide small cell poles, the [More]
From the deployment of broadband to autonomous vehicles to the proliferation of Internet of Things sensors and beyond, an array of technology-based innovations is leading to dramatic changes in cities. There is great potential benefit [More]
Friday the city of San Jose announced it has reached an agreement with AT&T and Verizon to put 5G cell nodes on 4,000 city-owned light poles in what the city says is the largest such [More]
The City of San Jose Monday morning announced it has reached a tentative $5 million agreement with AT&T to deploy small cell technology on city-owned light poles.
Verizon, San Jose, Mayor Sam Liccardo, smart cities, 4G LTE, wireless, small cells, 5G, fiber, digital inclusion. We’re partnering with the city of San Jose and Mayor Liccardo to upgrade the IT infrastructure within the [More]
07:10 – San Rafael City Council Meeting on 5G Full Council Meeting video & transcript: http://cityofsanrafael.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=&clip_id=1482&meta_id=133889 “The electromagnetic radiation standards used by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) continue to be based on thermal heating, a [More]