Francis Collins: Reflections on being the NIH Director

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Francis Collins: Reflections on being the NIH DirectorFor over 12 years, spanning three administrations, Dr. Francis Collins has served as the director of the National Institutes of Health. During that time, he and the NIH launched ambitious programs to spur research in diverse topic areas, with important successes. He has also confronted issues facing science […]

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Test and Measurement: Netscout snags assurance win with Southern Linc

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Test and Measurement: Netscout snags assurance win with Southern LincNetscout said this week that it will be handling end-to-end service assurance visibility for Southern Linc, the wireless service unit of Southern Company that provides private, mission-critical LTE for enterprise customers — in particular, its fellow Southern Company subsidiaries Alabama Power, Georgia Power and Mississippi Power. […]

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Japanese telco Optage trials ‘Local 5G’ services with HPE 5G solutions

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Japanese telco Optage trials ‘Local 5G’ services with HPE 5G solutions Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced that Optage, a Japanese telecommunications provider, has selected HPE 5G Core Stack for its trial of a private 5G network, the former firm said in a release. Optage is testing the viability of “Local 5G” networks to meet business […]

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Verizon launches 5G Innovation Hub at ASU to foster digital equity, inclusion

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Verizon launches 5G Innovation Hub at ASU to foster digital equity, inclusionVerizon’s 5G millimeter wave (mmWave) network, which it calls its 5G Ultra Wideband network, is now being used by Arizona State University (ASU) at a 5G Innovation Hub located at the university’s Learning Futures Collaboratory, Studios and Emporium. Students, faculty, entrepreneurs and corporate partners […]

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FAA issues 5G-related aviation warnings

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FAA issues 5G-related aviation warningsDespite mobile network operators AT&T and Verizon working out a compromise solution with the Federal Aviation Administration to guard against possible C-Band interference in an attempt to avoid air travel impacts, the federal agency has issued more than 1,400 warnings to pilots about the possibility that on-board aviation systems may be […]

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Omicron’s Message on Vaccines: Boosting Begets Breadth

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Omicron’s Message on Vaccines: Boosting Begets BreadthIn this issue of Cell, three studies confirm that SARS-CoV-2 Omicron strongly evades a key immune defense—neutralizing antibodies. However, while one- or two-dose vaccine regimens fail to induce anti-Omicron neutralizing antibodies, a homologous 3rd-dose booster rescues neutralization function in a way that highlights the adaptability of immune memory, where […]

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Cradlepoint, Verizon hit wireless WAN milestone, cite need for agility during COVID

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Cradlepoint, Verizon hit wireless WAN milestone, cite need for agility during COVIDThere are now 1 million Cradlepoint routers deployed at the edge of the Verizon network Cradlepoint and Verizon see 5G as a driver behind the accelerated adoption of wireless WAN currently taking place across several industries. As evidence of this acceleration, the companies have […]

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What will be included in 5G Advanced Release 18?

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What will be included in 5G Advanced Release 18?5G Advanced covers end-to-end system enhancements and expansion to more device types and use cases Global 5G deployments are outpacing historical LTE deployment trends, and adoption of compatible smartphones is similarly ahead of expectations. But 5G is still very much a work in progress with standards body […]

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Robocalls are down, but most Americans don’t feel the decrease

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Robocalls are down, but most Americans don’t feel the decreaseRobocall mitigation efforts are having an impact, according to new information from Transaction Network Services (TNS). But do consumers feel the difference? Not necessarily—or at least, not yet. TNS analyzes more than 1.6 billion calls across carrier networks each day as the basis for its data. […]

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