Topic: wireless operators
Radisys, Intel, Ericsson, and Vasona Networks
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Location, location, location. With virtualization, operators have the choice to centralize or distribute functions. Far from making location irrelevant, virtualization enable operators to leverage location to optimize network performance and subscriber experience.
BARCELONA, Spain—The GSMA reports that more than 107,000 visitors from 205 countries and territories attended the 2018 Mobile World Congress.
Huawei, Luxoft, Ciena, Tupl
Thursday, February 22, 2018
The report looks at how operators are introducing automation in their networks, what are the options, what are the costs and benefits, and how that will change the way they run their networks.
CWA members have approved a four-year contract with AT&T after a difficult monthslong labor standoff.
T-Mobile launched a two-for-one deal—well, kind of—for Samsung’s Galaxy S8, joining the bandwagon of companies hitching their stars to the flagship.
Xfinity Mobile isn’t likely to lure many customers from legacy wireless carriers right out of the gate, but if it executes well it could emerge as a real threat.
With so many changes afoot, it seems that competitive lines in the industry are being re-drawn. Convergence of fixed and mobile networks may emerge as the major theme of the next few years.
Lingering questions regarding standards and use won't forestall a flurry of 5G-related activity at MWC.
Nokia plans to provide network connectivity to companies looking to deploy IoT services. But Nokia didn't name any specific carriers providing network services.
Sprint began offering five lines of “unlimited” service for $90 a month, undercutting T-Mobile’s plan by half.