AT&T's Rinne dishes on carrier aggregation trials, small cells and more

Kris Rinne

      Kris Rinne

AT&T (Mobility NYSE:T) has been rapidly expanding its LTE network to reach its goal of having 150 million POPs covered by year-end, which will be the half-way mark for its ultimate goal of having LTE cover 300 million POPs by the end of 2014. Kris Rinne, AT&T Labs' executive vice president of network technologies is at the forefront of that charge as she is responsible for the company's network architecture, service platforms, radio access roadmap and initial implementation. On the Hot Seat

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