Operator community butts heads with Google again The operator community once again finds itself butting heads with the likes of Google as CTIA has now weighed in on the fight over unlicensed
CTIA has now weighed in on the fight over the use of unlicensed white space spectrum, that spectrum that sits between airwaves currently licensed to TV broadcasters. CTIA joins Sprint Nextel and
Sprint Nextel, T-Mobile USA and the CTIA have sided with the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) in the white spaces battle. Just as Google announced that it was turning its attention away
The WiMAX Forum announced the first mobile WiMAX products to receive a certified seal of approval, a critical step the forum says will ensure interoperability between various mobile WiMAX equipment.
Sprint's iPhone-killer: Hardly a killer Instinct? One notable trend that emerged from last weeks' CTIA 2008 trade show in Las Vegas and one that has been going on for some time is the
Verizon Wireless CTO Tony Melone said at the CTIA Wireless 2008 trade show last week that the carrier would begin offering femtocell products and service plans sometime this year. The announcement
> Samsung looks to become the top mobile phone maker in the U.S. by the second half of this year. Motorola is the current top dog.
Backhaul constraints may be the reason that Sprint's Xohm network will not commercially launch this month. Without adequate bandwidth to the WiMAX cell sites, the operator will not be able to support
The big buzz at the CTIA 2008 trade show here in Las Vegas was the hope that Sprint Nextel would make its big announcement around its WiMAX Xohm business. Word was that Sprint wanted to make an
Various reports coming out of the CTIA Wireless show in Las Vegas point to a delayed launch for Sprint's Xohm WiMAX network, which now looks like it might launch in the summer. "Our commercial launch