Updated January 21 at 8:21pm
Telecommunications
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Towerstream Corp., a fixed-wireless fiber-alternative provider, said it expects to have added 170 new buildings in the second half of the year that are equipped with its On-Net platform. more
Americans look at their smartphones up to 47 times a day, and that number rises to 82 times a day for those in the 18-24-year-old age group, according to a survey from Deloitte & Touche LLP. more
The state has issued a Request for Information to national telecommunications firms and other stakeholders for ideas on how Rhode Island can create a nation-leading hub and platform for development and deployment of 5G wireless networks and next-generation broadband infrastructure. more
Cox Communications recently announced that it is extending its Connect2Compete low-cost Internet to any U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development-assisted household with school-age children within its 18-state service area. That area includes Rhode Island, the company said. more
Janna Ducich recently was named AT&T’s vice president and general manager for New England. She talks about her new position with Providence Business News. Ducich will oversee sales and operations of more than 1,300 employees, more than 200 AT&T-owned and authorized retailer locations across the six states, as well as national retail sales. She also will help guide the wireless network deployment strategy across the region. She previously was vice president and chief marketing officer of Cricket Wireless. more
Ten Rhode Island organizations providing after-school and summer science, technology, engineering and math educational programs to youth received more than $130,000 grants this week from Cox Charities, the philanthropic initiative of Cox Communications. more
More than 500 Rhode Island Verizon workers on Wednesday went on strike after the telecommunications giant and union leadership failed to reach contract agreements. more
Two city schools received $40,000 from the Verizon Foundation to support the use of innovative technology in the classroom to support science, technology, engineering and math education. more
Samsung Electronics Co. is letting travelers exchange their Note 7 smartphones at special booths set up at America’s busiest airports. more
John Dwyer, president of Cricket Wireless, talks with Providence Business News about the company’s growth as a prepaid wireless service provider and how it has entered the Rhode Island market. more
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