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Aterlo Networks’ Preseem and Azotel API integration helps Minnesota WiFi Optimize QoE for Internet Users
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Preseem, a Quality of Experience (QoE) monitoring and optimization platform from Aterlo Networks announced their integration with Azotel Technologies' SIMPLer platform. This API integration allows Preseem to keep in sync with changes to customer packages, account status, and equipment so that it is always enforcing subscriber speed plans and collecting statistics accurately.
XG Communities to provide small cell wireless program solutions for the City of Federal Way, Washington
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- XG Communities LLC, a premier provider of wireless and engineering services for carriers and municipalities across the United States, announce their agreement to provide small cell program solutions for the City of Federal Way, Washington.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Common Networks today announced that Pavlos Politopoulos has joined as Vice President of Field Operations. In his role, Politopoulos will lead all field staff, managing central operations programs, policies, and processes to support Common's continued rapid growth.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Common Networks today announced the launch of its ultra high-speed internet service in the South Bay region. Common is the world's first and only commercially available, graph-based network delivering home internet service, and is now providing residents in Santa Clara, San Jose, and Sunnyvale with a new choice for reliable high-speed home internet.
Auditel Inc. of Florida celebrates 25 years in business, generates $125M in Telecom Refunds for Clients
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Auditel Inc. of Florida celebrates 25 years in business. Barbara Clements founded Auditel in February of 1993. "I'm often asked how Auditel started and changed over the years. In the early 90's, I was in the long-distance business, and one of our clients was Gooding's Supermarkets, a Florida-based grocery store chain."
XG Communities announces advancement for the City of La Puente Calif. small cell and 5G wireless strategy
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- XG Communities LLC and the City of La Puente, Calif. announced that approximately 1,500 street light poles are now available to wireless carriers and technology companies for small cell deployment. The street light poles are available on XG Communities' Site SeleX Platform.
XG Communities LLC announces agreement with City of La Habra Heights to prepare the City for small cell wireless applications
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- XG Communities LLC, a premier provider of wireless, asset marketing and wireless management services for cities and municipalities across the United States, announces their agreement with the City of La Habra Heights, Calif., to manage wireless coverage solutions and prepare the City for small cell applications.
City of Whittier CA votes to establish a new path to 5G using small cell infrastructure, working with XG Communities
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- XG Communities LLC, a premier provider of wireless, asset marketing and wireless management services for cities and municipalities across the United States, announces their agreement with the City of Whittier, California, preparing the City for small cell applications.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Today, XG Communities, LLC announced the first of over 100 new 4.9G / 5G small cell sites utilizing city-owned infrastructure in the City of Fresno. The network, which is scheduled to be operational by the end of 2018, will cover over half of the City with the latest wireless technology. This places Fresno as a clear market leader among the first cities nationwide to commence the roll-out of advanced small cell networks.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Optical Zonu Corp, a U.S. carrier-approved supplier of RF-Over-Fiber transport solutions and fiber monitored digital transport, has released a version of their GPS Fiber Transport specifically designed for providing the GPS connectivity for C-RAN hubs. This feature now offers 8 and 16 outputs with optional auto-switchover redundancy.