Verizon joined rival AT&T in applauding the FCC’s efforts to release more spectrum for 5G.
AT&T has rolled out commercial LTE-Licensed Assisted Access in select parts of downtown Indianapolis.
Today, only a small fraction of data from mobile devices and the Internet of Things reaches the cloud.
T-Mobile will offer 5G service nationwide by 2020, CFO Neville Ray said this morning, and it will leverage much of its new 600 MHz spectrum to do so.
Intel introduced the Intel XMM 8000 series and its family of 5G New Radio (5G NR) multimode commercial modems.
The world of Gigabit LTE promises not just faster speeds but also more capacity, greater throughput and lower latency—and carriers are fully on board.
CTI Towers has acquired hundreds of towers from Mediacom as it aims to serve both wireless operators and cable companies from the same towers.
AT&T called on the FCC to auction off the 28 GHz and 37-40 GHz bands for wireless use by December 2018, saying those airwaves are crucial for 5G.
China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has officially reserved 3.3-3.6 GHz and 4.8-5 GHz for 5G service.
AT&T is bringing 256 QAM, 4x4 MIMO and 3-way carrier aggregation to parts of Minneapolis.
T-Mobile will install LAA-compatible small cells in the first quarter of 2018.