Sue Marek

Sue Marek
Sue Marek
Contributing Editor

Sue Marek has been reporting on the telecom and tech industries for more than 25 years. Most recently she was editor in chief at SDxCentral where she oversaw all of that site’s editorial content. Prior to that she was editor in chief of FierceMarkets Telecom Group, where she managed a team of editors and was responsible for the content for several of the company’s web sites, newsletters and live events. Sue is a frequent speaker at industry events and has moderated panels for the Consumer Electronics Show, the Competitive Carriers’ Show, The Wireless Infrastructure Show, 5G North America, DC 5G, Interop, and more. Follow @SueMarek on Twitter and find her on LinkedIn.

Stories by Sue Marek

Ericsson CTO envisions 20 Gbps speeds for 5G

TOKYO—Although 5G is currently more of a concept than reality, wireless technology leaders like Ericsson Vice President and CTO Ulf Ewaldsson are already putting together their wish list for the next-gen technology. During an interview with FierceWirelessTech at the Ericsson Business Innovation Forum here, Ewaldsson painted a vision for 5G that he called "a network for a networked society."

Ericsson CTO responds to vendor's absence from Sprint's Spark program

TOKYO—Ericsson CTO Ulf Ewaldsson said that his company it still part of Sprint's network even though the company was noticeably absent from Sprint's announcement yesterday of its forthcoming tri-mode LTE service called "Sprint Spark." The wireless carrier revealed that it will use equipment from vendors Alcatel-Lucent Samsung and Nokia Solutions and Networks.

LTE pricing: What's 1 MB of mobile data really worth?

The debut of Apple'snew iPad Air and iPad mini with LTE connectivity prompted an interesting dust-up in the mobile data pricing game. Just one day after Apple revealed its new iPad would be available from T-Mobile USfor the first time, the operator announced that it would give 200 MB of free LTE data each month for life starting Nov. 1 to customers that use tablets, including the new iPad, on its network.

GREE's OpenKit hopes to be as popular as OpenFeint

Many developers were unhappy with GREE's 2011 purchase of OpenFeint, a popular iOS and Android social platform that developers used to integrate leaderboards and friends lists and create custom challenges among players.