The FCC will review its orbital debris rules for the first time since 2004, although one commissioner believes the rules do not go far enough.
Loon’s deployment in Kenya is getting closer to takeoff as the company has started installing ground infrastructure and secured regulatory approvals.
Executives from Intel and CTIA discuss 5G spectrum policy and its implications for industry transformation.
Ericsson has launched Edge Gravity, which operates a global edge cloud network that links data centers.
The C-Band Alliance has made it clear that it's not interested in freeing up more than the 200 megahertz of spectrum it's already volunteering for 5G.
It appears that opposition to Huawei—both in the United States and globally—has gained momentum.
Kumu Networks’ new chip could be used by Wi-Fi vendors looking to use the 6 GHz band when it becomes available for unlicensed devices.
Cisco announced it’s extending the Catalyst 9000 portfolio to wireless deployments and midmarket customers.
See how much millimeter wave spectrum Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile already hold.
Sacramento has come to stand as an example of the complexities involved in actually getting 5G services turned on.
Sprint is now selling a “Sprint Drive” product that essentially plugs into a user’s car and supports a range of connected car services.