Representatives from Apple, Broadcom, Cisco Systems, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Facebook, Google, Intel, MediaTek, Microsoft and Qualcomm met with FCC staff…
The National Security Council proposal serves a purpose: as the catalyst about the role of government in our next-generation broadband network.
The FCC announced a settlement with AT&T’s FiberTower that involves the company returning hundreds of spectrum licenses to the agency.
Covering distance by radio has always been less expensive than laying wire, and nowhere is this more true than in rural areas.
The chairman of the FCC issued a statement today against the notion of a 5G network built and operated by the government.
RadioHound, a project hatched at the University of Notre Dame Wireless Institute for dynamic spectrum monitoring, couldn’t come at a better time.
Qualcomm has been a major proponent of Cellular V2X technology for the connected and autonomous cars of the future, so why is it testing 802.11P DSRC…
If it wasn’t clear before, it is now: Wireless operators want to get their hands on more millimeter wave spectrum, and the more, the merrier.
Qualcomm said it “strongly disagrees” the European Commission’s decision to levy a $1.2 billion fine against the company.
Staying true to its mission, Microsoft continues to beat the drum for TV white spaces.