Alphabet’s Access team announced two major milestone for CBRS: The first end-to-end CBRS demonstration with 3.5 GHz mobile devices and new equipment testing.
Google’s alternative to SMS took a significant step forward with the new backing of some powerful carriers.
The FCC voted unanimously to pass a second stage of the Mobility Fund to expand LTE coverage in unserved and underserved areas.
Verizon launched an offering aimed at helping carriers around the world more easily expand into next-generation services beyond traditional wireless offerings.
Dish Network CEO, Charlie Ergen, believes new 5G technologies will enable the satellite-TV provider to meet the FCC’s network build-out requirements.
Verizon’s network was judged the nation’s best by RootMetrics, while T-Mobile took issue with testing measures even before results were released.
Sprint and Ericsson are promising to demonstrate Gigabit LTE using 60 megahertz of LTE TDD spectrum next week.
Verizon and T-Mobile are both excited about offering LTE-U technology this spring now that the FCC announced it has authorized the first LTE-U devices.
Verizon has emerged as the most likely candidate to make a deal for Dish Network’s substantial spectrum assets, but that doesn’t mean it will happen any time…
AT&T and Nokia are claiming a big first as they completed fixed wireless 5G tests with AT&T’s internet streaming service DirecTV Now in the 39 GHz band.