Huawei made a prominent showing at OSCON 2018 despite U.S. security concerns swirling about the Chinese company.
Verizon is using its LTE Category M1 network to provide essential services to utilities looking for better smart grid solutions.
T-Mobile said its NB-IoT network—designed specifically for internet of things applications—is now available nationwide.
Ericsson reported that it has made progress in its effort to regain its financial footing.
General Motors wants to make sure the entire 5.9 GHz band is protected for roadway safety.
According to two separate reports released today, Americans are enjoying significantly faster LTE networks than they were a year ago.
France has established a road map for 5G with what it describes as ambitious targets, allocating frequencies and setting a commercial rollout date.
In the midst of a seemingly abundant “sea” of licensed spectrum, we see growing carrier investments in the unlicensed and shared spectrum bands.
Verizon confirmed that it will stop activating 3G CDMA devices as it prepares to discontinue service on that network by the end of 2019.
Verizon uses an array of test equipment to assess in-home wireless performance for subscribers to its Fios internet service.