LEARN FROM THE TELECOM SIGNALING EXPERTS

  • Digi International has come out with a new wireless router that it says offers unprecedented performance and speed at its price point. The Digi TransPort LR54, which has a $649 to $699 MSRP and includes a three-year warranty, was designed for such applications as digital content delivery, managed ne…
  • Long thought the provider of last resort, HughesNet makes an advance in telecom signaling by being the leader in meeting performance as advertised.
  • The news this week in Telecom Signaling Resource was all over the map. It included everything from Fidzup raising $3.7 million in new funding, to Idea Cellular investing in 4G spectrum, to Ingenu turning up an Internet of Things network in Los Angeles.
  • Performance mobile marketing company Fidzup, which caters to retailers, this week announced it has received $3.7 million in new funding to move its business forward, and expand from its base in Europe to North America.
  • Ingenu announced that its Los Angeles area IoT network is now up and running. The company has positioned its technology, which is based on Random Phase Multiple Access technology, as an alternative to cellular, and to LPWA networks like LoRa and SIGFOX.