After years of discussing its 5G plans, Verizon finally took the wraps off of its first 5G commercial launch. And the results are uninspiring.
Sprint’s Marcelo Claure used his appearance at the MWC Americas trade show to paint a picture of the future of the telecom and technology industry.
Verizon’s Nicola Palmer described the company as an “insurgent” due to its new strategy to challenge cable operators with a fixed wireless product.
T-Mobile announced that it has finished up the build-out of its nationwide virtual packet core by using Cisco's distributed SDN architecture.
Intel used a media event here to make a single point very clear: “5G runs on Intel,” according to the company.
It’s lining up to be a big week for Samsung as the industry convenes for Mobile World Congress Americas 2018 in Los Angeles.
Verizon unveiled its 5G-branded fixed wireless internet service, sharing the service’s target market, pricing and launch details.
Verizon’s acting CTO said that Verizon would call its forthcoming 5G network “5G Ultra Wideband.”
Verizon is clearly heading into uncharted waters.
AT&T has initiated discussions with technology suppliers to start testing and building commercial-grade AirGig equipment.