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Verizon is looking to implement a fiber alternative to scale 5G deployments

Verizon is considering Integrated Access Backhaul (IAB) technology as a way to deliver 5G service to areas where it's prohibitively expensive to run fiber cabling.

IAB will allow the telecom to link a tower that has fiber running to it with another tower that doesn't via a wireless connection – enabling Verizon to expand its 5G footprint to areas that are harder to reach using fiber optic cabling.

Reducing fiber costs through the use of IAB will help Verizon increase the speed and scale of its 5G deployment.

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Huawei, Ericsson, and Nokia eye India for 5G manufacturing

Telecommunications networking suppliers Ericsson, Huawei, and Nokia plan to manufacture 5G radios in India, producing enough equipment to meet demand in India and export to other countries. Read More →

Amazon allows Prime subscribers to use free delivery on cheap items

Prime subscribers can now purchase a variety of low-price items on their own and still receive them next-day with free shipping – even though Amazon is likely losing money on the transactions. Read More →

Qualcomm’s 5G FWA will shift telecom competition

Qualcomm unveiled partnerships with over 30 original equipment manufacturers that plan to launch 5G fixed wireless access equipment next year. Partners include industry giants such as Samsung, Sharp, Panasonic, and Nokia. Read More →

Revolut targets huge raise to fuel ambitious global expansion plans

Revolut is looking to raise as much as $1.5 billion in new funding as it prepares for a global expansion spree. The startup is planning to raise $500 million in equity and secure a $1 billion convertible loan. Read More →

Amazon's AI-powered Textract is now eligible for HIPAA compliance

Amazon revealed that Textract, its AI-powered service capable of automatically extracting text and data from scanned documents, is now HIPAA-eligible. Read More →

Apple Card's stellar launch could help it weather the competition

Early success of the Goldman Sachs-issued Apple Card may mean it's set to boost Apple Pay's popularity – establishing its dominance over competitors. Read More →

BMW banks on luxury models while awaiting EV uptake

The shift to producing electric vehicles is proving costly, driving BMW to lean on its high-end vehicle models to stay profitable. As of April 2019, BMW plans to commit $6.5B to develop EVs, including $4.5B on EV battery technology. Read More →

Apple is seeking studio status

Apple continues to invest in high-quality content and talent as it develops Apple TV+. Apple made two announcements indicating that the tech giant is looking to become a studio in its own right. Read More →

Microsoft and Nuance are launching a clinical voice assistant

Microsoft and AI firm Nuance are working together to accelerate the delivery of ambient clinical intelligence — a suite of tech solutions that gather information from patient-clinician conversations. Read More →

Most of Netflix's future growth will come from international markets

Netflix now has about 158.3 million subscribers worldwide, with 60.6 million in the US and 97.7 million internationally. Most of Netflix's growth is likely to continue to come from international markets. Read More →
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Fintech Megadeals

Mergers and acquisitions (M&As) in the payments industry reached a record high in 2019. Three deals made up the majority of funding activity: Fiserv bought First Data for $22 billion, FIS acquired Worldpay for $43 billion, and Global Payments scooped up TSYS for $21.5 billion. This report explores the key drivers that are fueling consolidation in the payments space in addition to taking a closer look at the three biggest payments acquisitions we've seen so far this year. Learn More →

The Digital Therapeutics Explainer

A new class of medicine — digital therapeutics (DTx) — has emerged, offering a novel means of treating the swelling number of patients with chronic diseases and keeping associated costs down. Digital therapeutics deliver evidence-based therapies via software — often in the form of consumer-facing mobile health apps — that replace or complement the existing treatment of a disease. This report will explore the drivers lighting a fire under the DTx market, identify the leading DTx market players, and unpack the varied ways vendors reach their intended audiences. Learn More →

The Rise of Cloud Gaming

A convergence of technological and consumer behavioral forces is pushing cloud gaming to move the needle in the gaming industry, something it's failed to do in the past decade. A number of cloud service providers and telecommunications companies are revealing plans to enter the cloud gaming fray by launching their own services. This report sizes the cloud gaming opportunity and examines the various drivers and barriers, and identifies the most noteworthy big tech companies and telecoms poised to dominate the space. Learn More →
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