Ericsson and Intel teamed up to show off how 5G technology can support services like live streaming a sporting event in 180-degree virtual reality.
Amazon has applied for permission to conduct tests using prototype equipment and multiple different spectrum bands.
The 3.5 GHz CBRS band will be making its debut this year with the General Authorized Access (GAA) tier, and Nokia plans to be right in there in the mix.
The FCC reached a settlement with Straight Path over its failure to deploy wireless services as required under FCC spectrum licensing rules.
LTE Broadcast is alive and well, having made important progress in the past couple years, according to the LTE Broadcast Alliance.
AT&T sees Hotspot 2.0 as a “critical requirement” in its network and customer premises equipment, according to a network executive.
SK Telecom will invest a total of $9.2 billion to develop technology and services around the Internet of Things (IoT) and lay the foundation for 5G.
AT&T’s top network executive said the carrier will rely in part on unlicensed spectrum in order to raise the speeds on its LTE network to 1 Gbps.
Google Fiber and Nokia are throwing their support behind a petition that seeks to explore ways to facilitate greater terrestrial use of the 3.7-4.2 GHz band.
Verizon confirmed to FierceWireless that it plans to test and implement virtualized RAN technologies this year.