iHeartMedia is the leading audio media company in America, reaching over 90% of Americans every month. iHeart’s broadcast radio assets alone have more consumer reach in the U.S. than any other media outlet; twice the reach of the next largest broadcast radio company; and over four times the ad-enabled reach of the largest digital only audio service. iHeart is the largest podcast publisher according to Podtrac, with more downloads than the next two podcast publishers combined and the only fully integrated audio ad tech solution across broadcast, streaming and podcasts. Visit iHeartMedia.com for more company information.
Wall Street Journal
The most ambitious people in the world read The Wall Street Journal. Winner of 37 Pulitzer Prizes for outstanding journalism, the Journal includes coverage of U.S. and world news, tech, politics, arts, culture, lifestyle, sports, health and more. It’s a critical resource of curated content in print, online and mobile apps, complete with breaking news streams, interactive features, video, online columns and blogs.
The Wall Street Journal is trusted for unparalleled analysis and unique reporting that inform decisions that drive the world forward. It is an indispensable resource for those who are setting new benchmarks for the world to follow. www.wsj.com
Microwave Journal – September Issue
For more than 65 years, Microwave Journal® has been THE resource for engineers who are developing the latest technologies for the high frequency electronics sector. Microwave Journal provides leading-edge technical content for RF, microwave and wireless engineers worldwide. In this month’s September issue, themed Automotive & Connected Vehicles, our cover feature, “A Cost-Effective Method to Measure Vehicle Antenna Radiation Patterns and Data Throughput,” is written by Jan Carlsson, RanLOS AB. Also included is a special report from TechInsights, along with a tutorial from Ametek and Modelithics. Don’t miss out.
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The State of the Private LTE and 5G Networks report
The State of the Private LTE and 5G Networks report explores the evolving landscape of private LTE and 5G networks, focusing on developments and their implications for 2023. In 2022, there was a significant surge in private 5G network activity, marked by technology vendors and operators embracing new business models, expanding their customer base to include mid-market and small businesses, and forming strategic partnerships. Demand for private networks increased in the latter half of the year, driven by heightened interest from enterprises, government support, and advancements in emerging markets like India and South Africa. Key announcements came from major companies, with Google launching a private networking solutions portfolio and AWS introducing its private 5G offering for US customers. However, enterprise adoption of private networks has been slower than anticipated due to cost concerns, particularly related to challenges in integrating networks with existing IT infrastructure. Regional variations were observed, with LTE dominating North America and private 5G adoption being more pronounced in Western Europe and emerging Asia-Pacific markets. The growth of Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) networks, especially in education and large venues, was noteworthy. Government and public sector interest in private 5G networks grew, with regulatory changes in China, India, France, Brazil, and Bahrain facilitating licensing and spectrum allocation. Industry-academia collaboration in private 5G network research continued to expand, with tech vendors and service providers collaborating with universities and institutions. The report anticipates that private 5G deployments will gradually surpass private LTE, contingent on standards maturity, device ecosystem development, use case diversification, and accessible spectrum allocation. Integration with edge computing is expected to become mainstream, yielding cost efficiencies and enabling novel applications. To sustain this momentum, stakeholders must address cost challenges, solution complexity, and seamless integration with enterprise IT infrastructure.
Intelligence by Inside Towers™
The group that brought you Inside Towers, the daily, digital telecom media outlet, has launched a companion publication. Intelligence by Inside Towers™ is a quarterly market research report that dives deep into the wireless infrastructure ecosystem to assess trends across various segments including towers, data centers, fiber, small cell and in-building; quantifies MNO and InfraCo CapEx; provides outlooks; offers investor perspectives, tracks stock performance, highlights relevant M&A transactions and much more.
Spearheaded by industry vet John Celentano and boasting regular contributions from leaders in telecom, Intelligence captures valuable and actionable content in every chart, graph and word in this first-of-its-kind, one-of-a-kind report. Subscribers also gain entrance into private briefings to review the data as well as access to open forum Q&A and on-demand support.
How to Build an IoT Enabled Business
The IoT Now CEO Guide to MWC Las Vegas 2023
The IoT Now team has assembled an exclusive Guide to this year’s show. Containing interviews with leading executives, such as the chief operating officer of Kigen, plus features covering the latest innovations in IoT connectivity, the Guide also previews MWC Las Vegas. We reveal ten ways MWC Las Vegas will supercharge your business’s potential and have a reader discount offer for passes to the event.
Via Satellite September 2023
The September edition of Via Satellite includes “The Africa-Centric Approach at the Heart of Kate Kallot’s Bold Vision for Amini,” “Satellite Plants Roots in Agriculture,” “Riding the Wave: How Multi Orbit Terminals are Supporting Connectivity,” and more.
Road to the Metaverse: Telecoms’ Next Journey Begins
The Fast Mode's 'Road to the Metaverse: Telecoms’ Next Journey Begins' e-book features critical insights from 48 leading telecom tech vendors on the Metaverse, 5G, the cloud, network security, artificial intelligence, sustainability, and more.
VanillaPlus Issue 3 2023
The transformation of telecoms continues in the latest issue of VanillaPlus in with the teams brings you compelling new content. Our cover interview is with Stephen Ellis, the division president for Amdocs cloud, who shares his vision of a cloud native telecoms world. We’re also delighted to publish a new research report from FNT Software which reveals how modern inventory has a new and critical role to manage complex network infrastructure. The challenges of new approaches to network infrastructure are also detailed in an interview with Stephen Hire from Viavi Solutions who explains that there’s help out there for testing next gen services. We also have our usual blend of news, features and case studies.
IoT Now Issue 3 2023
The pace of innovation never slows as you will find out in IoT Now Issue 3 2023. The IoT Now team has created a packed issue containing interviews from leading executives, the latest analyst research, compelling news analysis and stories of recent IoT use cases which really reveal how it is for IoT when the rubber meets the road. Our interviews include a fascinating look into how floLIVE and Qualcomm have collaborated to enable global connectivity for the new Qualcomm Aware Platform. In addition, we have gained in-depth insights from Alicia Asin Perez, the chief executive of Libelium, in an interview that leads our smart cities section. Finally we have analyst reports from Analysys Mason and Transforma Insights, plus our Ones-to-Watch list for IoT Connectivity. Don’t miss out, download your FREE copy of the magazine now!
Gen AI: Where should telcos start?
Gen AI has great potential usefulness to telcos, provided its capabilities and limitations are well understood, and projects implemented judiciously. This report directs telcos to the most promising use cases.