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Qualcomm seeks FCC permission to conduct 3.5 GHz tests in California

Qualcomm is seeking permission from the FCC to conduct tests in the 3560-3650 MHz frequency range in California over the course of 12 months.

Fastback Networks' radio deployed during Obama commencement address at Rutgers

Fastback Networks' Intelligent Backhaul Radio (IBR) was deployed to provide the temporary wireless backhaul during President Barack Obama's commencement address at Rutgers University on May 15 at High Point Solutions Stadium, Piscataway, N.J.

Nokia's Alcatel-Lucent acquisition advances re-entry into optical market, says research firm

Nokia is now the number two worldwide optical network equipment vendor.

SFR launches LTE at 337 Mbps using tri-band CA

SFR launched 4G or LTE Advanced services at maximum download speeds of 337.5 Mbps following the implementation of tri-band carrier aggregation (CA) technology into the company's network.

Deutsche Telekom CEO details the key role of 5G in digital future

Deutsche Telekom CEO Tim Höttges declared that 5G is the industry's answer to future demands for network connectivity, and hit out at rivals' criticism regarding the operator's domestic broadband business.

Huawei: 5G field trials deliver improved spectral efficiency, throughput

Huawei announced that field trials conducted in April proved the ability of 5G to improve spectrum efficiency and meet a diverse set of service requirements set for the next generation technology by the ITU.

Indoor deployments to be key as 5G bridges wireless and wireline

Just as the term "mobile" generally refers to on-the-go connectivity, discussions about 5G often focus on faster and more reliable services for users as they move from place to place. But speakers at the Wireless Infrastructure Show this week reminded me not to dismiss the importance of indoor usage as carriers prepare to enter the 5G era.

Level 3 launches cloud-based Enterprise Security Gateway, aiming to reduce complexity, costs

Level 3 Communications has launched its Enterprise Security Gateway (ESG), a cloud-based network security system that addresses business customers' security needs as they transition to cloud services.

Wells Fargo: Tensions between carriers and tower companies 'at an all-time high'

The tension between U.S. carriers and tower companies is "at an all-time high," according Jennifer Fritzsche of Wells Fargo Securities, as operators continue to try drive down macrocell pricing.

DoCoMo CTO tries to debunk myths about 5G

With all the talk about 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT), things can get pretty confusing. Seeking to dispel some of the most pervasive myths about 5G, NTT DoCoMo CTO Seizo Onoe presented a keynote at the IEEE International Conference on Communications in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Wednesday.