Boingo's CEO said his company's new Las Vegas tech innovation lab will open later this year.
Verizon and Charter said they hope to 'streamline voluntary coordination' among operators that use time-division duplexing systems 'to reduce risks of harmful interference and accelerate the deployment of 5G service.'
US Ignite's Mari Silbey explains that testing for vendor interoperability for open RAN is a must to move the technology into broader markets.
California's governor vetoed a bill that would have helped wireless providers get broadband grants. But WISPA is seeking clarification on funding rules for FWA.
Mavenir scored $155 million from an existing, unnamed investor. 'For a company like us to succeed, we need to offer an end-to-end package,' explained CEO Pardeep Kohli.
Liliia Malon highlights the country's most pressing equipment needs and encourages donors to take advantage of a new Digital Tech Hub, which makes logistics easier.
Pollen Mobile, Helium and Xnet are some of the companies hoping to upend the traditional mechanics behind wireless networks. And they're helping to bring some fresh blood into an increasingly staid industry.
Vodafone's planned acquisition of Nowo will not dramatically change its market position initially, but questions over 5G licenses and new market entrants remain.
MWC Las Vegas speakers endorsed using next-gen repeaters to fill out mmWave coverage instead of throwing more cell sites at the problem.
'I think we're finding some good traction here,' said Celona CEO and founder Rajeev Shah of the private wireless space. 'The demand for this is extraordinary.'
ACE Power will offer the Fiber Broadband Association's OpTIC Path course later this year to train new and existing employees for a fiber expansion project.
The Indian systems integrator has spied an opportunity to be the master Lego builder for the telcos of the future.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Europe struggles in Fiber Development Index; unlicensed operators help Russian military in war-torn Ukraine; STC sets up new infrastructure assets company.
Paul Davis, the CEO of Adeia, the intellectual property and licensing company spun out of Xperi, says patent portfolio and market expansion are near-term priorities, and litigation is a 'last resort.'
Apple will spend roughly $1 billion over the next seven years for a license to InterDigital's patents. What that new deal means for Ericsson and Nokia remains to be seen.
In a doozy of a spat involving ESPN and ABC, Dish claims Disney is demanding a $1 billion boost in carriage fees. Disney contends Dish declined a 'fair, market-based' renewal offer.
Allowing the UK to lose a mobile competitor would stoke the usual concerns about market power and rising prices – and the timing is hardly auspicious.
The Seattle-based software giant has been busy acquiring expertise, not learning at customers' expense, says the CTO of its telecom business.
According to Christian Kurasek, co-founder and CFO of Pollen Mobile, the decentralized wireless (DeWi) marketplace is rapidly maturing. 'There's a huge opportunity to offer something different,' he said.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: BT scans its own digital brain; United Internet shrinks capex guidance following antennas debacle; Italy keeps a closer eye on its cables.