Qualcomm Technologies is expanding the Snapdragon X50 5G modem family.
Verizon is conspicuously absent from a list of 22 companies that want to accelerate the timing of the 5G standard for large-scale trials and deployments.
Nokia says it is partnering with Federated Wireless to create an LTE solution based on the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Services (CBRS) spectrum.
Qualcomm has become the newest member of the “Towards 5G” initiative, which includes Ericsson, French operator Orange and French car maker PSA Group.
Alphabet’s Access team announced two major milestone for CBRS: The first end-to-end CBRS demonstration with 3.5 GHz mobile devices and anew equipment testing.
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.
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.
Samsung Electronics America says it will be looking to gauge a number of things in its trials with Verizon as part of its deployment of 5G precommercial…
Verizon says it will deliver 5G precommercial services to select customers in 11 markets starting in the first half of 2017.