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Powered by a quad-core ARM CPU SmartWitness' CP4 delivers HD video to over 30 telematics platforms. The CP4 is the size of a cigarette pack and is equipped with GPS, 6-axis accelerometer, 128 GB of video storage and can connect up to four cameras for full 360-degree visibility of your vehicle. At just 4.75" x 3.5" x 1", the CP4 is the smallest IoT video telematics DVR on the market today. The first CP4 LTE mod- els are already on the road and connecting on AT&T's LTE network, with Sprint and Verizon models upcoming. Typically under the radar, SmartWitness has been quietly delivering cutting edge video telematics solutions, as both a manufacturer and a global supplier. In the past 10 years, SmartWitness has grown to open four offices, launch eight new product lines and has installed nearly 300,000 in-vehicle video recorders and software solutions while partnering with best-in-class telematics service providers. All this has resulted in SmartWitness Introduces LTE Video Telematics Camera By Peter Linder, Head of 5G Marketing, Ericsson North America U.S. service providers are first in the world to roll out 5G in both mid- band and high-band spectrum. And as a partner to all U.S. providers, we have enjoyed the opportunity to learn 5G early. Tap into these five insights to save time and efforts for your next step. No/Low Appetite to Be a Fast Follower The priorities for 5G are different. Service providers aspire to be leaders. For two main reasons: first, to learn from the winning strategies in the 4G market, and second, to be early out to learn from their own field experiences. 5G represents more variety and will be more learning-intensive in the early stages of the market. Variety of Spectrum Assets in Play The initial U.S. market momentum builds up around a variety of spectrum assets – with By Allen Forkner, Senior Public Relations Counsel When most people think about home safes, they imagine Hollywood-sized black vaults set in con- crete, containing stacks of cash and jewels. Since so few average people have piles of money and dia- monds, they don't think they have a need for a home safe. Unfortunately, they are wrong. Everyone has something they don't want stolen, lost or damaged, and that's where Cannon Safe ® and Stack-On ® products come into the consumer picture. Cannon Safe and Stack-On, part of the Alpha Guardian family, bring decades of experience in delivering peace of mind to homeowners, apartment dwellers and anyone who has cherished items to safeguard. While you may not have crown jewels to protect, odds are good that you have a MultiTech, a leading supplier of Industrial IoT communication devices and solutions, recently announced the availability of a new, FCC part 15 and 96 authorized Ethernet to CBRS bridge, supporting initial commercial deployments of OnGo CBRS net- works, as well as an industrial CBRS router sampling today to qualified customers. These devices are to be the first of a broader portfolio of private LTE devices supporting CBRS and other ded- icated LTE bands around the globe in a choice of form factors that respond to the exploding demand for robust asset connectivity within industrial and enterprise applications. The MultiConnect eCell and MultiConnect rCell 600 are the first of their kind that are designed to connect a wide range of new and legacy assets to dedicated, mission- critical Private LTE and Neutral Host public access CBRS networks, in collaboration with the CBRS Alliance. They leverage the FCC open mid-band spectrum between 3.55-3.7 GHz that was commercially launched last month at a CBRS Alliance OnGo Continued on Page 12 Continued on Page 12 Five Vital Insights from Rolling Out 5G in the U.S. Early Home Safes for Every Person, Every Lifestyle MultiTech Launches First CBRS Industrial IoT Devices for OnGo Networks Continued on Page 12 Continued on Page 12 Oser Communications Group Los Angeles Thursday, October 24, 2019 AN INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION NOT AFFILIATED WITH MWC BOOTH #S1724 BOOTH #5002

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