Qualcomm is seeking an extension for a Special Temporary Authority (STA) so that it can continue to conduct tests in the 12.2-12.7 GHz range.
T-Mobile's acquisition of Layer3 will position T-Mobile directly against AT&T and Verizon—its main rivals in the wireless industry.
The legal principle behind net neutrality is the government’s desire to prevent any monopolistic behavior that might happen in the future.
Verizon announced the opening of a 5G-enabled innovation lab in New York’s Silicon Alley where startups and academics can go to develop new use cases.
Austin-based startup GenXComm announced the initial closing of a $7 million series A investment round led by Intel Capital.
The excitement about net neutrality has risen to levels I have not seen before—excitement may be the wrong word. Maybe hysteria is better.
Greg Wyler, the entrepreneur behind satellite internet company OneWeb, has won our “Most Powerful Person In Telecom” tournament for 2017.
The ONF announced that CORD has undergone some significant enhancements, with CORD 4.1 now delivering a single open platform for multiaccess edge.
The Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA) is not giving up on its fight to keep existing 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS)…
AT&T Labs is already testing base stations and antennas in the 28 GHz band in several locations, and now it wants to expand those tests to the 37 and 39…