Sprint could partner with a cable company before pursuing a tie-up with T-Mobile, New Street Research said.

Verizon wants the FCC to let states know they have options for a first responders' wireless network other than AT&T and FirstNet.

The Wireless Internet Service Providers Association says proposals by CTIA and T-Mobile to change the 3.5 GHz CBRS rules are a bad idea.

AT&T is so confident in ONAP that it believes more players will jump on board in the coming weeks.

A thriving ecosystem for apps for first responders could be a major weapon for FirstNet in its battle against Rivada to provide services for first responders.

Fiber has become a "tower on its side" for wireless carriers as the industry begins to transition to 5G, according to Wells Fargo Securities.

Nokia received approval from the FCC to demonstrate prototype 5G equipment at San Francisco's Moscone Center in September.

Qualcomm is encouraged by the FCC’s continued work to make more spectrum available for Gigabit LTE and 5G.

ExteNet Systems wants to continue with ongoing integration testing of CBRS base station and end user equipment.