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Counting down the top wireless, wireline nightmares

Halloween is upon us and it's time to take a look at the biggest nightmares to face the world of wireless and wireline telecom. Phil Goldstein, editor of FierceWireless, takes a look at various scary scenarios that are keeping wireless industry executives awake at night, while Sean Buckley, senior editor of FierceTelecom, examines the challenging issues and scenarios that the wireline industry is facing.

Time Warner Cable, Ruckus and others voice support for Release 2 of HotSpot 2.0

Support for HotSpot 2.0 Release 2 is gathering momentum as more vendors and service providers are expected to roll out the technology.

Reports of Exalt's death 'greatly exaggerated,' CEO says

Exalt Communications may be long gone, but its successor, Exalt Wireless, is in for the long haul. So says the company's CEO, who's still bullish on the company's long-term prospects.

FirstNet gets earful from interest groups: 122 responses to its RFI, 63 on its Public Notice

If you're planning on building a nationwide LTE network for first responders, you'd better be prepared to hear from a cadre of interest groups. Such is the case for the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet), which recently closed the comment period on its Public Notice.

Marriott rolls out wireless charging stations with Qi technology

Marriott Hotels is providing wireless charging stations in the lobbies of 29 of its hotels this month thanks to portable charging stations from Kube Systems that use Qi technology.

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