As expected, the Mobile World Congress Americas event held in early September in Los Angeles, California, was a hotbed of 5G announcements.
Ericsson announced it has received FCC certification for its CBRS portfolio for both indoor and outdoor deployments.
The United States lags behind dozens of other countries when it comes to the quality of streaming video available to mobile users.
Altice said its forthcoming mobile service won’t be just any old MVNO.
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr pointed to support for his small cell proposal from officials across more than a dozen states.
Comcast’s top retail executive offered a glimpse into how the nation’s largest cable company plans to expand sales of its Xfinity Mobile service.
Astrocast is preparing to launch a constellation of satellites that could be used to “fill in” areas that cellular IoT technologies don’t cover.
Rogers struck a deal with the University of British Columbia to build a 5G hub on campus that will serve as a testbed and blueprint for 5G in Canada.
T-Mobile announced that it will rebrand its prepaid service, MetroPCS, as “Metro by T-Mobile."
Intel is expanding its portfolio of 100G silicon photonics transceivers beyond the data center and into the network edge.