Sprint today announced it has expanded its 5G service to cover about 16 million people within nine metropolitan areas.
Aurora Insight secured $18 million to map and measure spectrum.
Massive IoT use cases are complex and no single technology can cover them all, opening the door for a broader 5G ecosystem of “best fit” technologies.
Spirent Communications announced that a Tier 1 U.S. mobile operator will use its VisionWorks for testing a Non-standalone (NSA) 5G network.
For indoor 5G, ADRF solved for low propagation and high throughput as well as a lot of antenna elements that have to be put into the device.
Not everyone in the U.S. has access to fixed broadband internet service. Satellite internet helps connect people in the hardest-to-reach locations.
How do the Big 4 wireless carriers rank in and around the Los Angeles Convention Center?
As the industry convenes in LA this week, one of the big questions will be around how U.S. mobile operators will make a buck off FWA.
Verizon on Thursday will expand its 5G Home broadband offering to Chicago, using the global 3GPP 5G NR standard.
Pivotal Commware will be conducting demos of its Echo 5G products from a conference room at the Luxe Hotel in downtown Los Angeles this week.
If the T-Mobile/Sprint deal goes through, Dish is on a tight timeline to build a 5G standalone network.
Corning VP Michelle Engarto said the company is seeing a lot of enterprise interest in virtualized RAN.