FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly suggested the FCC should move to make 200, 300 or even 400 megahertz of C-Band spectrum available.
Qualcomm said it has started a round of layoffs, and according to a report from Bloomberg the action will eliminate a total of 1,500 jobs in California.
The Pervasive Network. Accenture’s George Nazi on the new mindsets, architectures and ecosystems operators need to seize new waves of opportunity.
For a long time, millimeter wave spectrum was looked down upon, but now it’s attracting all kinds of new interest and investment.
Longtime efforts to get something happening in the 2.5 GHz band appear to be heating up as FCC Chairman Ajit Pai plans to tackle midband spectrum.
What if 5G becomes the moment in the cellular industry at which network demand finally outpaces operators’ ability to keep up?
Crown Castle, SBA Communications and American Tower face a handful of major issues at they head into the first-quarter earnings season.
The FCC is moving forward with separate auctions for the 28 and 24 GHz bands.
Huawei appears to have given up on the U.S. market. The company reportedly laid off a chunk of its top U.S. officials ahead of an FCC vote today.
Why are executives from Sprint and T-Mobile returning to merger discussions so soon? Some believe SoftBank’s Masayoshi Son had a change of heart.
The U.S. is losing out to China in the race to overall 5G readiness, according to a new study.