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Wireless operators appear to have a new strategy for this year’s holiday shopping season: exclusive phones coupled with expensive services.
Nokia announced that Ricky Corker, currently its North American chief, will be promoted to president of customer operations for the Americas.
Cisco announced it’s extending the Catalyst 9000 portfolio to wireless deployments and midmarket customers.
See how much millimeter wave spectrum Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile already hold.
Sacramento has come to stand as an example of the complexities involved in actually getting 5G services turned on.
Sprint is now selling a “Sprint Drive” product that essentially plugs into a user’s car and supports a range of connected car services.
Intel announced a new 5G chip for smartphones and other gadgets that the company will release next year.
Bidders are getting ready to participate in the 28 GHz auction, which is due to kick off on Wednesday, Nov. 14.
A number of executives in the 3.5 GHz CBRS space are quietly worrying that the NTIA is taking too long to test elements in the technology.