Titan Grove Completes Selling of Modus to Bow River City, a leading provider of 5G broadband services

prnewswire | September 01, 2020

Titan Grove Holdings ("Titan Grove") announced today that it has completed the sale of NextEdge Networks Holdings and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Modus (collectively, "Modus"), to Bow River Capital ("Bow River"), a private equity firm based in Denver, Colorado. Modus was built upon a simple thesis with clear supporting goals: i) the U.S. presents a highly attractive market opportunity with 5G network buildout expected to span many years, ii) 5G networks support smart city infrastructure and deliver a range of related social and environmental benefits and iii) a B Corp designation would prove out the ability for businesses to both be profitable and a force for good.

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This video shows how to terminate a compute instance from the web console in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure while retaining the boot volume. Explains instance dependencies for its VNICs, block volumes and boot volume, and how these are detached and managed when performing the instance termination process.

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This video shows how to terminate a compute instance from the web console in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure while retaining the boot volume. Explains instance dependencies for its VNICs, block volumes and boot volume, and how these are detached and managed when performing the instance termination process.

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FirstNet Brings a One-of-a-Kind 5G Experience to More First Responders Across the Country

FirstNet | August 16, 2021

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COMSovereign Holding Corp | August 27, 2021

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