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U.S. Cellular to expand LTE network cover 98% of its customers by end of 2015

U.S. Cellular plans to cover essentially its entire customer base with LTE by the end of the year, hoping that expanded access to faster mobile broadband speeds will help its subscriber numbers and churn.

SCTE's Dzuban says its Energy 2020 initiative will help the cable industry save $1 billion

Mark Dzuban, president of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE), has set an ambitious goal with the organization's Energy 2020 initiative: reduce the cable industry's electrical power consumption by at least 25 percent by the year 2020.

Jarich: Q1 2015- 3 months that changed telecom forever

It's been a busy year, that's for sure. Would it be fair to say that the events of 2015 have set the tone for the rest of the year? Sure. Would it be fair to say that these were the three most import months in telecom and technology in the last decade? Probably not, that just seems foolish. That doesn't mean there aren't, at least, a handful of things Q1 2015 can teach us going forward and some predictions we can make.

Huawei posts record 2014 profit, but operating profit growth slows

Huawei's 2014 operating profit came in at the high end of earnings guidance provided by the company mid-January, as the equipment vendor reported a record full year net profit.

Telenor Denmark extends network services deal with Ericsson

Telenor Denmark and Ericsson said they have deepened their partnership by signing an extended field services contract, which replaces the previous three-year agreement from 2011.

Sprint to bring LTE carrier aggregation, multi-layer MIMO to Chicago in investment push

Sprint will use Chicago as a showcase market for LTE Advanced technologies, according to the carrier, as it expands its investment in the city and the surrounding areas.

Building 5G networks without the band aid

Now that I've had a few days to let last week's conference on 5G organised by the NGMN Alliance sink in a little more, I've been struck anew by the degree to which the mobile industry is planning for a future that is currently largely imagined.

Huawei boosts 2014 profit by 33% thanks to sales of LTE gear and smartphones

Huawei said its 2014 net profit jumped 33 percent thanks to improving sales and better management of foreign exchange rates. Although the Chinese-based company is still effectively barred from securing a network gear deal with a Tier 1 U.S. carrier because of national security concerns, Huawei's networks business abroad is booming thanks to demand for LTE equipment.

T-Mobile updates its network coverage map to add in real-world customer data

T-Mobile US, which has worked to set itself apart from its competitors as the "uncarrier," said it has found another avenue for differentiation: its coverage map. T-Mobile unveiled its so-called "Next-Gen Network Map," which the carrier said will show real-world network information from its customers.

AT&T expects to start deploying 2.3 GHz WCS spectrum for LTE this summer

ATLANTA-- AT&T Mobility plans to start deploying 2.3 GHz WCS spectrum for LTE starting this summer, according to an AT&T executive.