Nokia announced that Ricky Corker, currently its North American chief, will be promoted to president of customer operations for the Americas.
Qualcomm's CEO said the company has secured the "world's first major 5G design win with a leading automaker."
Ericsson raised its 2020 sales targets due to what the company said was an improving outlook for its sales of wireless network equipment.
Inseego, the company that makes some of Verizon’s 5G devices, said that it will no longer manufacture its equipment in mainland China.
The third-quarter earnings season is now closed, so it's time to see how the nation's top wireless carriers stacked up.
Dish Network has inked agreements with network equipment vendor Ericsson and tower company SBA Communications for its wireless efforts.
Executives from American Tower pointed to the pending availability of wide swaths of midband spectrum as a major new opportunity.
Dish Network was among a number of entities voicing loud and stiff opposition to the Sprint/T-Mobile transaction.
Sprint reported quarterly financials that largely surpassed Wall Street expectations, but the company’s customer figures were decidedly mixed.
For the third time this year, the company increased the number of customers it expects to gain over the course of 2018.