Google is with wireless internet service providers in that they would all like to see the 3.7-4.2 GHz band put to more efficient use.
The Wireless Internet Service Providers Association says proposals by CTIA and T-Mobile to change the 3.5 GHz CBRS rules are a bad idea.
The key to realizing the 5G vision requires first making 5G NR a reality. Qualcomm is working diligently with fellow mobile industry leaders to do just that.
AT&T is so confident in ONAP that it believes more players will jump on board in the coming weeks.
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Nokia received approval from the FCC to demonstrate prototype 5G equipment at San Francisco's Moscone Center in September.
Qualcomm is encouraged by the FCC’s continued work to make more spectrum available for Gigabit LTE and 5G.
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Kajeet gained some traction and raised more than $90 million in funding, but the company will shut down its business next month.
For a limited time, AT&T's prepaid brand is offering two lines of unlimited high-speed data for $80 a month.
T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray said he has “huge interest” in the 3.5 GHz block and the 3.5-4 GHz range is the most formative block of spectrum emerging globally for…