Providence provides full service telecommunications site development services including site identification, leasing, A/E, environmental, and  zoning/permitting to the Wireless Telecommunications industry.  Providence also provides buyer/seller and landlord/tenant representation for residential and commercial real estate transactions.

 

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AST SpaceMobile, Verizon strike deal for direct-to-cellular using 850 MHz (Wed, 29 May 2024)
Verizon makes a $100 million commitment to AST AST SpaceMobile has followed up a commercialization announcement with AT&T with the news today that the satellite company has struck a deal with Verizon to provide direct-to-cellular service to the carrier’s customers and leverage Verizon’s 850 MHz spectrum. AST said that between the two carrier deals, it […] The post AST SpaceMobile, Verizon strike deal for direct-to-cellular using 850 MHz appeared first on RCR Wireless News.
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Ericsson demos mmWave-powered drone at its US smart factory (Wed, 29 May 2024)
Ericsson noted that this drone is one of the first natively mmWave 5G devices in the factory Ericsson has begun a proof of concept with an autonomous 5G mmWave connected drone with the aim of performing indoor activities within the Ericsson 5G smart factory in Texas. Starting with autonomous inventory checks in the factory’s warehouse […] The post Ericsson demos mmWave-powered drone at its US smart factory appeared first on RCR Wireless News.
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Former OpenAI board member reveals why Sam Altman was ousted last November (Wed, 29 May 2024)
Former OpenAI board member Helen Toner said that CEO Sam Altman was fired because he withheld information from the company's board of directors and inhibited its oversight abilities.
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American Airlines sued for racial discrimination for removing Black men from flight (Wed, 29 May 2024)
American Airlines has been sued by three Black men who accused the airline of racial discrimination for temporarily removing them for a flight after a body odor complaint.
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