Executives from Sprint, Nokia and ATN acknowledged continued speculation that the telecom industry is headed toward consolidation.
The FCC will consider an order to make available a whopping 1,700 MHz of additional high-frequency spectrum for flexible terrestrial wireless use.
Brendan Carr said that FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has appointed him to take the lead on the agency’s wireless infrastructure proceeding.
FORT WORTH, Texas—Rivada Networks made a stand against AT&T and FirstNet here at the CCA trade show.
OneWeb is moving “full speed ahead” to bridge the digital divide and bring high-speed internet to some of the most remote corners of the globe.
Several leaders of satellite companies are concerned about the satellite industry's ability to get access to spectrum.
As one might expect, CTIA is happy with the FCC’s vote to change 3.5 GHz band rules, while the group representing rural broadband providers is not.
The FCC today voted to seek comment on proposed changes to the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) rules.
Project Loon is flying its balloons over Puerto Rico thanks to a team of partners and AT&T.
T-Mobile USA wants to conduct tests using prototype 3550-3700 MHz equipment from Ericsson and Nokia.