Topic: rising stars wireless
Sprint, T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular particularly rallied their troops to vote for their top executives. But Sprint’s Ryan Sullivan ran away from the pack in the end.
These are the 10 executives the FierceWireless editorial team thinks are on the rise in wireless in 2019.
Peterson said he remains focused on leveraging the power of converged networks that take advantage of licensed, unlicensed and shared spectrum.
Wireless technology is making its way into every corner of our lives, and US Cellular’s Mike Irizarry is working hard to make sure rural and small town America are not left behind by 5G.
Murphy's primary job is to optimize Nokia’s product portfolio to meet customer needs. An important part of that job is looking into the future and forecasting the direction that network architecture should take.
Ryan Sullivan leads Sprint’s effort to launch new smartphones that enable customers to move to the more efficient 5G networks.
AT&T’s millions of enterprise mobility customers are the unsung heroes of the company’s wireless business, and Christina Cheng is in charge of keeping those lucrative customers connected to AT&T’s latest technologies.
Tom Cullen appears to be in the right place at the right time.
John Smee is a Princeton PhD who oversees all of Qualcomm’s 5G research projects. Despite the academic nature of his job, Smee is highly focused on the realities of the market.
Yossi Cohen, executive vice president, head of Customer Unit Verizon at Ericsson, is a FierceWireless rising star for 2019.