Thanksgiving has passed in the U.S., so it’s on to the December holiday season — but before we can deck the halls and jingle some bells, an important event is coming up: AWS re:Invent 2023. This upcoming week, an estimated 60,000-plus people will descend upon Las Vegas to check out the latest and greatest from the cloud computing leader.

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The 2023 Ryder Cup is being held through Oct. 1 at the Marco Simone Golf and Country Club in Rome, and the event is expected to take in 250,000 spectators — most of whom will be looking to text, tweet, Instagram and Facebook.

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HPE infrastructure powers the most intelligently connected and sustainable Ryder Cup yet

Japanese telecom giant NTT Docomo broke new ground this week at MWC Las Vegas by deploying the first 5G network to use graphics processing unit-accelerated wireless technology in a commercial setting.

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NTT DOCOMO and Nvidia partner to launch the first AI-powered 5G network

From hotels to hospitals to universities, enterprises everywhere can relate to the longstanding problem of poor in-building public cellular service coverage. Meanwhile, they want to simplify their infrastructure. But with separate public and private wireless deployments, they’ve been moving in the wrong direction.

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Celona bids to unify indoor private and public wireless with neutral host service

5G cellular technology has come into the spotlight in recent years, revolutionizing how businesses operate and creating new opportunities for innovation, and Amazon Web Services Inc. has stepped up to the challenge.

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DDR.Live taps AWS Private 5G to catch Lightning in a Bottle