5G makes the move to an open RAN architecture more urgent, but that doesn’t mean operators need to wait for 5G to see the benefits of an open system.
Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint announced a project to create a more effective and efficient identification and authorization system.
LOS ANGELES — AT&T is starting to make serious progress in its smart cities business, according to AT&T’s Mike Zeto.
Ericsson has been a big believer in the 3GPP standards process and not as gung-ho when it comes to open source initiatives, but that could be changing.
AT&T is working with vendors on a strategy to enable IoT modules to power smaller, less costly and more energy-efficient devices.
Affirmed Networks announced that its virtualized Evolved Packet Core is now available to mobile operators on Amazon Web Services.
After years of discussing its 5G plans, Verizon finally took the wraps off of its first 5G commercial launch. And the results are uninspiring.
Sprint’s Marcelo Claure used his appearance at the MWC Americas trade show to paint a picture of the future of the telecom and technology industry.
Verizon’s Nicola Palmer described the company as an “insurgent” due to its new strategy to challenge cable operators with a fixed wireless product.
It’s lining up to be a big week for Samsung as the industry convenes for Mobile World Congress Americas 2018 in Los Angeles.