SpaceX, Kepler Communications, Telesat Canada and LeoSat have each received the green light for their respective satellite plans in the U.S.

The FCC will review its orbital debris rules for the first time since 2004, although one commissioner believes the rules do not go far enough.

At the close of round three, the FCC’s 28 GHz spectrum auction generated almost $48 million in total provisionally winning bids.

The first round of the nation’s first-ever millimeter wave spectrum auction is over, and the results are in.

Ericsson has launched Edge Gravity, which operates a global edge cloud network that links data centers.

AT&T CFO said that the carrier doesn’t expect to record significant revenues from 5G services in the near term.

The CEOs of Sprint and T-Mobile held a meeting the day after the FCC said it will restart its informal 180-day merger review process.

The C-Band Alliance has made it clear that it's not interested in freeing up more than the 200 megahertz of spectrum it's already volunteering for 5G.

Kumu Networks’ new chip could be used by Wi-Fi vendors looking to use the 6 GHz band when it becomes available for unlicensed devices.