Startups Weekly: Airbnb’s growing pains

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Startups Weekly: Airbnb’s growing painsHello and welcome back to Startups Weekly, a weekend newsletter that dives into the week’s noteworthy startups and venture capital news. Before I jump into today’s topic, let’s catch up a bit. Last week, I wrote about Uber’s new “money” team. Before that, I told you about how SoftBank is screwing […]

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Microsoft uses AI to diagnose cervical cancer faster in India

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Microsoft uses AI to diagnose cervical cancer faster in IndiaMore women in India die from cervical cancer than in any other country. This preventable disease kills around 67,000 women in India every year, more than 25% of the 260,000 deaths worldwide. Effective screening and early detection can help reduce its incidence, but part of the […]

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Taking stock of carriers’ third-quarter performance

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Taking stock of carriers’ third-quarter performance  U.S. carriers are continuing to enhance their LTE networks while also investing in their next-generation 5G networks. In recent weeks, the four national carriers have all announced their third quarter 2019 financial results, illustrating just how hot the state of competition is at this point. Crediting its treatment of […]

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Editorial Webinar: Assuring the future of the RAN

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Editorial Webinar: Assuring the future of the RANNetworks continue to become more complex and more dense, but network operations teams often are being called upon to manage and optimize them without much more in terms of resources. This webinar explores the use of analytics and automation in network deployment, management and assurance, with a particular […]

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Test and Measurement: Rohde & Schwarz lines up partners for ‘6G’ research

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Test and Measurement: Rohde & Schwarz lines up partners for ‘6G’ researchIs it too early to think about ‘6G’? Nah. Higher, further, faster, baby! The Chinese government is already kicking off its 6G research efforts, and test company Rohde & Schwarz said this week that it has partnered with research institutions including the Fraunhofer Institute […]

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Spirent lands 5G service assurance work, supports automotive testing with 5G digital twin network

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Spirent lands 5G service assurance work, supports automotive testing with 5G digital twin networkOne of the biggest conversations around service assurance for 5G has been that it will need to be built into the systems early in the deployment process — and Spirent Communications says that it actually sees that happening. The company recently announced […]

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Rogers opens 5G-powered smart campus in British Columbia

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Rogers opens 5G-powered smart campus in British ColumbiaSmart campus focused on 5G R&D Canadian telecom operator Rogers Communications, together with the University of British Columbia (UBC), announced the launch of what it claims to be Canada’s first 5G-powered smart campus as part of their strategic partnership to advance 5G research in the country. The smart […]

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Keysight Enables Global Certification Forum to Certify 5G NR Mobile Devices

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Keysight Enables Global Certification Forum to Certify 5G NR Mobile DevicesKeysight Technologies Inc. announced the company’s 5G Protocol and RF/RRM & DVT conformance toolsets were used to submit 5G new radio (NR) non-standalone (NSA) and standalone (SA) test cases to the Global Certification Forum (GCF).Keysight Technologies Inc. announced the company’s 5G Protocol and RF/RRM & DVT conformance toolsets were used to submit 5G new radio […]

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