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Pente Networks™, developer of IT-centric enterprise LTE/5G solutions for service providers and end customers, today announced wireless industry expert Michael B. Wright has joined the company as head of sales.
Pente Networks™, developer of IT-centric enterprise LTE/5G solutions for service providers and end customers, today announced it has named Yael Oren-Zilberman as Chief Operating officer.
Pente Networks, which develops mobile core and orchestration layer solutions to support private CBRS, 5G/LTE enterprise networks, announced it has closed on a $10 million A Round. The funding will drive further growth in the US, North America and Europe and the evolution of its mobile core and edge orchestration platform.
Pente Networks™, developer of IT-friendly private enterprise LTE/5G solutions for service providers and end customers, today announced a $10 million Series A funding round led by INcapital Ventures, with the participation of other notable private investors including existing investor Magma Ventures and Global Brain.
It is that time of year again – MWC Americas is just around the corner. The event brings hundreds of expert speakers, brands, and investors together each year under one roof to define society’s relationship with technology while discovering the latest in innovation, the future advancements in the industry.
Connected Health, More Affordable Care, Remote Patient Monitoring, and Many More Use Cases for CBRS in the Medical Field
The healthcare industry is one that has historically always had to be at the forefront of technological advancements, and the recent trend of digital transformation is no exception. Hospitals and other medical institutions are rapidly adopting innovative devices and applications to boost efficiency and potentially save more lives.
Digital transformation has wildly re-shaped the healthcare sector, adding even more technology into an industry that has historically had to be at the forefront of digital advancement. Innovative devices and applications are giving healthcare professionals new ways of diagnosing and treating patients faster, and more precisely. New technologies, such as the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) and the use of AI are becoming more promising than ever.
The fifth generation of mobile technologies, better known as 5G, has arrived with increased speed of data transfer and improved bandwidth over existing fourth generation (4G) technologies, in turn enabling new technology.
The rapid innovation of technology has created a new digital age, in which new devices and applications are already making lasting impacts on both our work world, and our society.