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Verizon’s $6.25 billion acquisition of MVNO TracFone Wireless has been cleared back-to-back by California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), along with a number of conditions to ensure the tie-up is in the public interest and protects low-income consumers.

Read more: FCC, CPUC Approve Verizon-TracFone Deal

Verizon and Lockheed Martin have signed an agreement to collaborate on 5G.MIL technologies that will provide ultra-secure, reliable connections for the US Department of Defense systems, bringing together high-tech platforms into a cohesive network spanning air, land, sea, space, and cyber domains.

Read more: Verizon, Lockheed Martin to Advance 5G Innovation

Bell Mobility announced that Bell 5G has been ranked as Canada's best 5G network by analyst company Global Wireless Solutions (GWS). GWS determined that Bell 5G offers the fastest data speeds of any mobile network in the country, and is also the top national network for gaming and video applications.

Read more: Bell Mobility 5G Ranked as Canada's Best

Rogers Communications achieved the first 5G standalone device certification in Canada and completed the rollout of Canada’s first national standalone 5G core – major technological milestones on the road to powering the possibilities of 5G across the country.

Read more: Rogers Completes National Standalone 5G Core Rollout

DISH selected Spirent Communications to autonomously test its 5G network core and validate its performance. This will allow DISH to continuously integrate functionality into its 5G network and rapidly deliver leading-edge solutions to both retail and enterprise customers.

Read more: DISH Selects Spirent for 5G Core Automated Testing

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