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MEF has published new SD-WAN standards that add critical enhancements, including new service capabilities for underlay connectivity, important application performance metrics, and security zones for service providers deploying SD-WAN managed services.

Read more: MEF Introduces New Standards for High-Performance, Secure SD-WAN

The annual Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit will be back in its 15th edition on December 8th at Intercontinental Hotel, Dubai Festival City, UAE. The Summit will be both physical and virtual which will allow panelists to join the panel discussions in Dubai from anywhere in the world and anyone will be able to virtually participate.

Read more: This year, we’re raising the bar higher with our distinctive industry leaders

Intelsat, the operator of the world’s largest integrated satellite and terrestrial network and OneWeb (OWT), a global provider of innovative, secure satellite communications, together with Linchpin Solutions, a leader in C5ISR systems and programs, have successfully demonstrated a multi-orbit satellite communications solution for representatives of the US Army and Department of Defense (DoD).

Read more: Intelsat, OneWeb Demo Global Multi-Orbit Satellite Service

A two-day 5G auction known as the largest tender in the history of Brazilian telecommunications has been concluded. Aimed to build one of the world's biggest 5G data networks for Latin America's largest economy, Brazil raised R$47.2 billion ($8.5 billion) in investments and license fees.

Read more: Brazil’s 5G Auction Raises $8.5 Billion

MWC21 Los Angeles, organized by GSMA in partnership with CTIA, successfully took place at the Los Angeles Convention Centre from October 26 – 28, 2021. MWCLA was the third in-person event in the MWC series for this year. Telecom Review was once again involved in the event so we wanted to update our readers.

Read more: Back Together, Back to Business at MWC21 Los Angeles

Last week marks a historic moment for all Americans with the passing of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal, that includes an enormous $65B investment for broadband deployment in unserved and underserved areas and adoption by in-need consumers. While this bill had a multitude of waste that had nothing to do with “infrastructure” it did have funding to address broadband needs in the US. This is the largest single Federal investment in broadband, and it will enable communities across the country to invest in fiber as their critical infrastructure, delivering jobs, economic development, online education, remote healthcare, public safety, smart grid modernization and a path to future services, such as 5G. Jeff Seal helped shape the bill contents and was successful in some of these areas. This investment will not only greatly improve nearly every aspect of our lives today but will help ensure digital equity for generations to come

Read more: Broadband Finally Gets Funding

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