Dish Network said it will spend between $500 million and $1 billion through 2020 building out the “first phase” of its wireless network.
2017 was a landmark year for the wireless industry because, for the first time, operators added more cars than phones during the period.
With hundreds of thousands of cells installed worldwide, Airspan is delivering on the promise of small cells to improve wireless network capacity and coverage.
A Boston-based startup has been working with Ericsson to demonstrate a new “SuperTower” that could help provide LTE coverage.
IoT network vendor Sigfox said that it failed to meet its financial goals for 2017.
Building on their leading role in 5G NR Release 15, Qualcomm plans to demo three focus 5G expansion areas at MWC 2018 in Barcelona later this month.
Qualcomm said it is working on new technologies that could significantly boost users’ speeds as well as create new opportunities for providers.
Nokia said it is working with French power utility EDF’s R&D unit to test the performance of various low-power wide-area technologies.
With increased efforts to keep Chinese vendors Huawei and ZTE out of the U.S., Inseego, admits that it’s getting the benefit of increased attention.
Verizon confirmed plans to build a nationwide NB-IoT network covering 2.56 million square miles by the end of this year.
Dell’Oro Group predicted a positive five-year compound annual growth rate in the mobile RAN market.
Representatives from Apple, Broadcom, Cisco Systems, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Facebook, Google, Intel, MediaTek, Microsoft and Qualcomm met with FCC staff…