With 5G on the cusp of network launches, there's plenty of attention on use cases. Yet a focus on "killer" applications misses the bigger…
South Korea’s auction of 3.5 GHz and 28 GHz spectrum wrapped up by Monday, with the three mobile carriers pledging to pay a total of $3.26 billion.
As we head into the summer of 2018 and as the heat starts to roll in, the world’s mobile operators find their networks in a similar position – HOT!
No doubt, finalizing the standalone 5G specs clears a significant hurdle. And yet, the overall hype around the announcement felt overdone to me.
Following an inquiry by a senator on the issue, Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint pledged to stop providing customers’ location data to brokers.
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American Tower will end a program that was designed to prevent its contractors from constructing new towers within a half-mile of one of its existing towers.
AT&T announced Wednesday it will join its rivals in launching an NB-IoT network for internet of things (IoT) deployments.
The Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA) said it supports a proposed framework for spectrum sharing in the 6 GHz band.
For years, observers and analysts have been warning that Sprint hasn’t been able to correct its flagging performance. And Sprint is well aware of that.
Will Time Warner media assets provide a competitive advantage for AT&T? Exclusivity with the iconic iPhone was a big boost for AT&T a decade ago.
T-Mobile is promising to offer peak 5G data speeds up to 4.1 Gbps and average speeds of 444 Mbps—if and only if it is allowed to combine with Sprint.