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Posts tagged “Wireless”

Updated November 12, 2012

Premium Lock Creative investments bringing broadband to Western NC

The Broadband Report    The cost of broadband service in remote areas of North Carolina has long been a barrier to increasing rural access in the past. New federal funding, private investments, and a little creativity are helping to better the business case for expanding broadband to some of the most isolated areas in the state.

Updated September 20, 2012

Premium Lock AT&T, Verizon Wireless stores to have iPhone 5s

4g The roll-out of 4G wireless broadband service across N.C. picks up pace as AT&T adds Fayetteville and Wilmington to its coverage area. AT&T and Verizon Wireless stores will have iPhone 5s to sell starting Friday at 8 a.m.

September 10, 2012

Premium Lock EarthLink to use Clearwire for 4G wireless Internet services

EarthLink The Atlanta-based Internet Services Provider, which has an operation in Raleigh, plans to launch high-speed wireless service in 2013.

September 10, 2012

Premium Lock T-Mobile picks Tekelec gear as part of 4G upgrade

Tekelec will provide diameter signaling routers to T-Mobile as the wireless provider upgrades its network to LTE technology.

Diameter routing graphic Diameter routing graphic

August 31, 2012

Premium Lock RDU Airport to offer Wi-Fi service beginning Saturday

Wi-Fi Some wireless access will be free of charge. A premium offering will be available for secure networking, large file downloads and video streaming.

August 30, 2012

Premium Lock AT&T to open super store on Chicago's Magnificent Mile

AT&T AT&T is refining its retail strategy with its first flagship store, a location on Chicago's Michigan Avenue that goes beyond phones and tablets to show services such as fitness applications and "smartcar" features.

August 9, 2012

Premium Lock RDU Airport to offer Wi-Fi service through Boingo

Wi-Fi Some wireless access will be free of charge. A premium offering will be available for secure networking, large file downloads and video streaming.

August 8, 2012

Premium Lock AT&T to offer free Wi-Fi at Bank of America Stadium

Wi-Fi Carolina Panthers fans and people attending other events at the 70,000-seat Charlotte stadium will have access to the Internet through hundreds of "hot spots."

August 3, 2012

Premium Lock TimeWarner Cable launches Wi-Fi hot spots in Charlotte

Wi-Fi The company makes service available in several areas of Charlotte that is free for TWC customers and $2.95 per hour for pay-as-you-go customers. No word yet when the service might be offered in the Triangle.

April 19, 2012

Premium Lock RDU expands Wi-Fi options at airport

RDU By July, the Raleigh-Durham Airport will have two options for customers to connect to wireless internet - free or paid.

March 28, 2012

Premium Lock Cisco to acquire mobile device software firm

The networking giant says it is buying Washington-based ClearAccess which provides hardware and software for management of residential and mobile network devices.

ClearVision links providers and consumers ClearVision links providers and consumers

March 28, 2012

Premium Lock Move over: Wireless spectrum search may hit Pentagon, NASA, other agencies

The Commerce Department identifies a 95 megahertz-wide band that could be auctioned to wireless companies. That's enough to support at least two new national wireless data networks. The block is particularly desirable because it is near frequencies already available to cellphone companies.

A portion of the "radio spectrum" allocations A portion of the "radio spectrum" allocations

March 20, 2012

Premium Lock Va. firm LightSquared tries to revive GPS network plan

GPS The Federal Communications Commission has decided to revoke LightSquared's permit after a federal review found that its network interfered with dozens of personal-navigation devices and aircraft-control systems that rely on GPS. LightSquared is fighting the decision.

March 19, 2012

Premium Lock NetZero launches free wireless broadband service

NetZero To take advantage of the offer, consumers will need to buy a $50 antenna stick that plugs into a laptop, or a $100 "mobile hotspot" that allows any Wi-Fi equipped device to connect to the Internet. Plus, data is limited.

March 14, 2012

Premium Lock Homless 'hotspot' stunt causes furor at tech conference

BBH Labs gave 13 people from Austin's Front Steps Shelter mobile Wi-Fi devices and T-shirts that announced "I am a 4G Hotspot." The company paid them $20 up front and a minimum of $50 a day for about six hours work during the South By Southwest conference.

Homeless recruited for stunt at SXSW event Homeless recruited for stunt at SXSW event

Updated March 13, 2012

Premium Lock Dish steps up satellite broadband plans with two deals

Internet Broadband The Federal Communications Commission approved the transfer of wireless licenses to Dish this month, but it deferred decisions on whether Dish could use the spectrum more broadly to offer broadband service that is primarily ground based. For now, devices using the spectrum must be able to access satellite signals as well. That excludes the types of smartphones and tablet computers popular today.

Updated March 6, 2012

Premium Lock Verizon Wireless launching broadband service for homes

Verizon Wireless Called HomeFusion, the wireless broadband offering can support more than 20 devices in a residence.

Updated February 15, 2012

Premium Lock FCC to kill proposed satellite broadband network

GPS Virginia-based LightSquared's technology would in some cases jam GPS signals, tests show. However, the company says it will still try to build the network and disagrees with findings.

February 15, 2012

Premium Lock AT&T expands wireless broadband network to Durham

Tracking 4G speeds The so-called 4G high-speed data service is now available across the Triangle as the telecommunications firm builds on $1.8 billion in network upgrades over the past four years.

Updated January 27, 2012

Premium Lock New Hanover County lighting up commercial Wi-Fi

Wilmington Wi-Fi Friday's scheduled launch in Wilmington represents the first time the public has been able to access a commercial broadband network carried on TV White Space frequencies.

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