Sprint provided its clearest view yet on the company’s attempts to reduce its network expenses by building out monopoles for network coverage.
Qualcomm has accused Apple of “subterfuge” in giving data to Intel.
Wireless carriers are no longer looking to undercut each other on price, according to Wall Street research firm Oppenheimer.
Executives from AT&T said that 5G could enable a wide range of billing models beyond the standard monthly fee that users pay today for LTE service.
The former head of network operations at MetroPCS says he is confident that the combination of Sprint and T-Mobile will be successful.
This year’s fall trade show was a relatively pivotal one for the wireless industry. But what did we actually learn?
Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint announced a project to create a more effective and efficient identification and authorization system.
Intel used a media event here to make a single point very clear: “5G runs on Intel,” according to the company.
I’ve been saying this for a while, but if carriers truly love their customers, they should put a ring on it.
AT&T announced Monday morning that Samsung, Ericsson and Nokia would supply its 5G network equipment.