Nokia has signed three separate frame contracts for a combined value of more than $2.3 billion, with each of China’s mobile operators.
Dish Network’s Charlie Ergen suggested that cable companies could be interested in purchasing bandwidth on the company’s planned 5G network.
Frontier, which is competing against Verizon’s new 5G Home service in Los Angeles, said that so far it has not lost any customers to the service.
Inseego, the company that makes some of Verizon’s 5G devices, said that it will no longer manufacture its equipment in mainland China.
Midcontinent Communications (Midco) has filed an application to conduct a technology trial using the 3.7-4.2 GHz band.
Nokia unveiled its “Future X for industries” strategy and architecture designed to drive productivity improvements across a range of industry sectors.
Dish Network has inked agreements with network equipment vendor Ericsson and tower company SBA Communications for its wireless efforts.
Altice CEO Dexter Goei offered additional details on his company’s plans to launch a mobile service in the first half of next year.
U.S. Cellular has been testing various 5G services and executives said the company is determined to become a player on the 5G field.
Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg named Kyle Malady as the head of the company’s new Global Network & Technology organization.