The CCA and others say the C-Band Alliance’s market-based approach for the 3.7-4.2 GHz band will result in a windfall for satellite operators.

As expected, the FCC voted to move forward with an incentive auction that combines the upper 37, 39 and 42 GHz bands.

The O-RAN Alliance announced new board members—including Verizon—and a collaboration with the Linux Foundation on open source software.

Apple’s suppliers are reportedly considering moving manufacturing of Apple products outside of China, according to a Bloomberg report.

Ericsson has appointed Rob Tiffany to lead the company’s new IoT “center of excellence” in North America.

The Rural Wireless Association claimed that both Verizon and T-Mobile submitted incorrect and overstated mapping data.

The Rural Wireless Association said that it believes fully a fourth of its membership currently uses equipment from Chinese suppliers like Huawei.

Cowen analysts believe the financials of a merged company will be better than Sprint and T-Mobile executives predicted.

Verizon is asking the FCC for permission to conduct periodic testing over a 6-month period with Samsung using 28 GHz spectrum and unlicensed spectrum.

A new report appears to bolster the T-Mobile/Sprint merger, arguing that any analysis of market conditions for wireless services should include Wi-Fi.