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RootMetrics: Tier 1 carriers provide best wireless service in Chicago- NYC and LA, not so much

New York City may have surpassed Chicago with the tallest building in the U.S. last year, but according to network testing firm RootMetrics, Chicago easily outclasses New York--and every other U.S. metropolitan area--in terms of overall wireless performance.

With eye on 5G, FCC approves rules to speed up small cell and DAS deployments

WASHINGTON--The FCC voted to approve new rules designed to accelerate the deployment of wireless infrastructure, something carriers and the infrastructure industry have been clamoring for as operators look to densify their networks with new small cells, Distributed Antenna Systems and other network equipment.

Report: Verizon, T-Mobile spending consistently on capex, while AT&T, Sprint hit bumps

Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile US have been spending capital on wireless network enhancements at a fairly steady clip, while AT&T Mobility and Sprint have hit some snags in their capex spending, though the outlook for next year looks better, according to a report from financial analysts.

PCIA praises FCC's upcoming infrastructure order, says it will speed up collocation

The FCC's expected move later this month to issue an order that speeds up infrastructure deployment will represent a "signal achievement" on the issue, according to PCIA President Jonathan Adelstein.

AT&T cheers FCC's forthcoming moves to speed up wireless infrastructure deployment

AT&T Mobility indicated it is pleased that the FCC is poised to take steps to accelerate the deployment of wireless network infrastructure, including small cells. Although the FCC has not fully detailed what steps it will take, AT&T is giving strong hints of what will in the draft order--and that it likes what it sees.

T-Mobile will work with Nokia Networks to launch LTE carrier aggregation

T-Mobile US is working to enhance its LTE network with Nokia  Networks, which indicated that it will enable carrier-aggregation technology for the carrier.

AT&T, Sprint, Ericsson, Cisco, Nokia and more join forces for open-source NFV effort

A broad array of wireless carriers and network vendors have joined together to create an open-source group to accelerate deployments of Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) under the auspices of the Linux Foundation. The group, called the Open Platform for NFV Project (OPNFV), aims to deliver a carrier-grade, integrated, open-source reference platform in an effort to create new NFV products and services.

FCC to explore wireless operations above 24 GHz, presaging '5G' networks

The FCC is going to start exploring whether and how wireless services can be used in extremely high-band spectrum frequencies above 24 GHz, potentially presaging work carriers will engage in to develop "5G" networks.

T-Mobile to focus on 1900 MHz LTE deployment to expand network footprint

T-Mobile US plans to enhance its LTE network coverage footprint over the next year or so using its 1900 MHz PCS spectrum, all while continuing to modernize its network with LTE Advanced components, according to a senior network executive at the carrier.

Rysavy: Mobile broadband networks should not be hampered by net neutrality constraints

The success of the mobile broadband industry is due in part to a light regulatory touch that has encouraged massive investments and resulted in one of the most successful industries of all time. This industry, however, is still in the relatively early stages and will grow and evolve in ways that cannot be predicted. It will be successful to the extent that unnecessary regulatory strangleholds, especially ones that treat wireless and wireline equally, do not hold it back.