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The Sunday Brief: Three up and comers

Greetings from Charlotte/Davidson, Norfolk/ Virginia Beach, Washington DC/ N Virginia, and Dallas/ Ft. Worth (picture is yours truly with Federated Wireless BoD member Tim McDonald).  This week’s TSB will focus on several start-ups that we think deserve attention.  We will also have several TSB...

Starry aims high, plans to launch in 17 more cities

TYSONS CORNER, Virginia--Fixed wireless broadband provider Starry plans to launch its service in an additional 17 cities, in addition to the service it provides in New York City, Boston, Massachusetts; Denver, Colorado; and Los Angeles, California. Starry uses 802.11-based technology (which it calls 5G)...

Wi-Fi Now 2016: Wi-Fi enabling diverse business models

VIENNA, Va.--Wi-Fi is enabling new market entrants and business models, and a wide range of businesses are capitalizing on unlicensed spectrum. A few of those approaches were highlighted at the Wi-Fi Now event this week, with companies ranging from start-ups to Time Warner Cable...

Startup ISP wants to use millimeter wave for wireless broadband

New broadband player Starry looks to undercut broadband providers by disrupting infrastructure model The founder of now defunct Aereo, Chet Kanojia, is looking to disrupt the home broadband market by offering gigabit service delivered over high-band millimeter wave spectrum. Kanojia broke down the cost differential in an...

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