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Verizon strongly opposes the Public Safety Spectrum Alliance’s proposal to allocate the 4.9 GHz band to FirstNet, operated by AT&T. Verizon argues this would disrupt competitive balance and unfairly benefit AT&T. This debate within the FCC could significantly affect public safety communications and commercial wireless use, making it a critical issue for the voip industry.

Verizon has introduced a new prototype, the “network in a box” (NIB), aiming to bridge the gap between public and private network deployments. This innovative solution targets customers who desire the advantages of a private mobile network—such as enhanced performance, reliability, privacy, and security—without the need for a permanent setup due to financial or practical constraints.

Cummins Inc, a global leader in manufacturing heavy-duty truck engines, has sealed a groundbreaking deal with Verizon Business to introduce cutting-edge wireless networks at its Jamestown Engine Plant (JEP) in Lakewood, NY. The collaboration entails the deployment of Verizon’s innovative Neutral Host Network alongside a Private 5G Network within the premises of JEP, aiming to cater to both public and private connectivity needs.

In a significant move towards enhancing developer access to advanced network capabilities, Ericsson’s Vonage has teamed up with telecommunications giant Verizon. This collaboration, formalized through a memorandum of understanding, aims to integrate Verizon’s network APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) into the Vonage platform. This integration is expected to foster deeper consumer engagement and loyalty by enabling enterprises to offer a more seamless and enriched customer experience across various stages of the customer journey.

In a significant security incident, US telecom giant Verizon suffered a serious data breach impacting over 63,000 workers. Despite occurring last September, the leak wasn’t detected until December. Delving into the possible causes reveals potential insider wrongdoing. With the exposed data consisting of extensive personal details, Verizon claims that it hasn’t been shared externally yet. As the company probes into the breach, it offers its affected staff credit monitoring and identity theft protection for two years.