Keyword: Charter Communications
States opposed to the T-Mobile/Sprint merger say it's the court, not any federal agency or other enforcer, that has the final say on the deal.
Executives from Verizon and T-Mobile this week made the case for their respective 5G network strategies.
Cable operators are moving into the mobile market. Mobile operators are moving into fixed broadband. Sparks will fly!
Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) has identified 23 countries that have auctioned or allocated C-band spectrum for mobile broadband and 5G.
Ubicquia’s CEO says that streetlights are a pervasive infrastructure for deploying small cells, and they already have electricity.
While we still don’t know the final outcome of the T-Mobile/Sprint merger, it tees up major changes for the wireless industry in 2020.
Charter is also considering the use of its distributed wireline assets to help with small cell placements.
If Charter and Comcast were to build their own wireless networks, they could deploy strand-mounted small cells and use CBRS spectrum.
Both Comcast and Charter offload their MVNO traffic from Verizon’s network to their Wi-Fi hotspots. But Comcast has millions more hotspots.
One side effect of 5G is that it’s bringing back the old Wi-Fi vs. cellular debate that I thought was resolved back in the 3G era.