If regulators approve the merger, Sprint and T-Mobile promise to offer in-home internet services to roughly 9.5 million American households by 2024.
Sparks were flying almost as soon as the first keynote got underway during New America’s Open Technology Institute (OTI) event Friday.
The United States is not the only place where private LTE networks are expected to increase in market size.
Huawei and Intel are touting a full-stack 5G interoperability test with China Mobile for the Non-Standalone version of 5G.
Intel was late to the cellular party for 4G and missed opportunities in earlier iterations, but it's not going to let 5G slip by.
Representatives of the Public Interest Spectrum Coalition (PISC) are pushing back against the wireless industry’s quest for larger license sizes for the CBRS…
AT&T, for one, is interested in both the Non-Standalone (NSA) version that most operators are expected to deploy initially, as well as the Standalone…
The 3GPP officially completed the Standalone part of the 5G New Radio standard.
CTIA says there are too many problems with an Aerospace Industries Association petition calling for UAS service rules for the 5030-5091 MHz band.
Verizon and Nokia are celebrating a major milestone on the road to commercial 5G deployment with what they’re describing as two industry firsts.