Topic: mergers and acquisitions
Many of the problems that Sprint is experiencing are a direct result of its network, an area that Sprint CTO John Saw now oversees in terms of planning and engineering.
A group of 24 entities today sent an open letter to federal officials urging them to reject the T-Mobile/Sprint deal.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere took to Twitter to say a Wall Street Journal story about the status of its merger with Sprint is “simply untrue.”
In a 40-plus-page FCC filing, Sprint spelled out its many troubles and said it's in a very difficult situation that is only getting worse.
Jacobs launched the wireless networking company in June 2018 with two other former Qualcomm executives.
Arris International’s roots are buried deep in the cable industry, but it has expanded to include much more, selling products into the satellite and telco industries as well.
C Spire has told the FCC it doesn’t buy T-Mobile’s plan to bring low-cost fixed wireless service to rural consumers.
Wi-Fi chip vendor Quantenna will be acquired by ON Semiconductor in a $1.07 billion cash deal. Quantenna shares rose 17.5% this week on the news.
T-Mobile is urging the FCC to deny rule changes for the 70/80 GHz and 92-95 GHz bands that would allow the use of maritime and aviation SDDLs.
The New T-Mobile, if it’s allowed to merge with Sprint, will be in the market for more spectrum, according to T-Mobile CEO John Legere.