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Technology is a significant demand driver of digital infrastructure, including 5G, artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality & virtual reality, big data analytics, cybersecurity, digital billboards, indoor CBRS infrastructure, internet of things (IoT), new energy sources linked to the transmission or powering of data, resilience or latency of digital networks, satellites, software that powers the mobile and internet infrastructure, and spectrum.

Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband

Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband Goes Live in 61 U.S. Cities

Verizon today announced that it has met its goal for 2020 by having 61 cities with 5G Ultra Wideband coverage on high-band (millimeter wave) spectrum.
C-band Auction Spectrum

C-band Auction 107 Begins for 280 MHz of Mid-Band Spectrum

The C-band Auction 107, offering 280 MHz of spectrum in the 3.7 GHz to 3.98 GHz range, began on December 8, 2020 and is anticipated to conclude in Q1 2021.
5G Spectrum Explained

5G Spectrum Explained: Phones and Carriers

5G performance is dependent on spectrum, which is explained by the three key types of 5G spectrum, being low-, mid- and high-band deployed by carriers.
5G Use Cases Industries

5G Use Cases in 10 Different Industries

5G is the first mobile generation that is shaping the prospects of so many industries and use cases. We discuss 5G use cases in 10 different industries.
Edge Compute Autonomous Vehicles

Edge Compute Use Cases: Autonomous Vehicles and IoT

Large-scale, latency-sensitive use cases are enabled with edge compute, with important examples being autonomous vehicles and the Internet of Things.
Autonomous Vehicles, 5G and Digital Infrastructure

Autonomous Vehicles, 5G and Digital Infrastructure

Autonomous Vehicles are revolutionary, but they are supported by underlying technologies like 5G and digital infrastructure, which are less understood.