Topic: cellular standards
AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile are each in various stages of 5G commercial deployments in the U.S., so what’s next?
AT&T says that its involvement in open source groups has helped it cut better deals with vendors, and develop a deeper understanding of the network.
In what could be construed as a “surprise, no surprise,” 3GPP has decided to delay Release 16 by three months.
The 3GPP officially completed the Standalone part of the 5G New Radio standard.
A 3GPP Plenary meeting is being held in Chennai, India, this week, where there's still a lot of work being done on 5G.
ETSI and the OpenFog Consortium will collaborate to develop fog-enabled mobile edge applications and technologies.
Qualcomm says some companies are trying to game the system when it comes to making contributions to the 5G standards, but it's quality that counts.
NYU Wireless founder Professor Ted Rappaport failed to get members of the ITU delegation to consider his institution’s millimeter wave research.
Commercial deployments of both fixed wireless and mobile 5G could occur by late next year, according to AT&T.
The IoT and 5G promise to provide a lift to carriers of every size, but all must find ways to be involved in the development of standards.