According to two separate reports released today, Americans are enjoying significantly faster LTE networks than they were a year ago.
France has established a road map for 5G with what it describes as ambitious targets, allocating frequencies and setting a commercial rollout date.
In the midst of a seemingly abundant “sea” of licensed spectrum, we see growing carrier investments in the unlicensed and shared spectrum bands.
Verizon confirmed that it will stop activating 3G CDMA devices as it prepares to discontinue service on that network by the end of 2019.
AT&T’s slide among postpaid customers is expected to continue, at least according to the analysts at Cowen and Company.
Ruckus Wireless introduced its new R730, which it describes as the industry’s first IoT- and LTE-ready 802.11ax wireless access point.
Qualcomm reportedly plans to drop its efforts to merge with NXP by July 25. However, Morgan Stanley analysts are urging the company to ignore that.
Ting is now looking to expand its distribution and potentially tweak its service and pricing in response to the changing dynamics of the industry.
The first six test labs bearing the “WInnForum CBRS Approved” logo for Citizens Broadband Radio Service Device testing have been approved.
WISPA took to Twitter to lobby for the interests of mostly smaller entities that want to use the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band.