Recap: Next Gen Wireless Networks Summit 2018

We're live blogging the NGWN Summit 2018. (Mike Dano / FierceWireless)

FierceWireless hosted the Next Gen Wireless Networks Summit in Dallas this week. The event brought together top executives to discuss 5G and the next-generation wireless networks of tomorrow that are poised for a massive and meaningful evolution. (All time stamps below are Central Time.)

5:10 PM, Oct. 18 

by Mike Dano

Verizon said it’s ready to deploy 3.5 GHz CBRS services now, and it expects to initially use the band for outdoor coverage.

2:44 PM, Oct. 18 

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by Monica Alleven

Dish Network’s vice president of technology development reiterated the company’s intentions to truly build an IoT network.

1:31 PM, Oct. 18

1:31 PM, Oct. 18

12:38 PM, Oct. 18

by Mike Dano

A top T-Mobile executive said that edge computing could well bloom into a major opportunity, but not anytime soon.

11:34 AM, Oct. 18

11:28 AM, Oct. 18

Starry CEO Chet Kanojia

Starry CEO: Verizon’s 5G Home service legitimizes fixed wireless

by Monica Alleven

Verizon’s launch of its 5G Home service is great for companies like Starry in the fixed wireless space, according to Starry CEO Chet Kanojia.

10:19 AM , Oct. 18

9:28 AM, Oct. 18

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8:49 AM, Oct. 18

7:09 AM, Oct. 18


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