T-Mobile's prepaid brand is offering a free 5G phone and unlimited 5G data services for $25 per month, or roughly half of what Dish's Boost Mobile charges.
Demand for the high-speed technology is fueling take-up of its latest iPhone, according to CEO Tim Cook.
Juniper experienced growth of 8% year-over-year, but the pandemic's impact on manufacturing and availability of hardware components such as silicon chips continues to ripple throughout the telecom industry.
CEO hails record half-year growth for German operator since E-Plus merger in 2015.
Little not to like for shareholders as tech behemoth surpasses analyst expectations again and bags $16.5 billion net profit.
Fiber-fed telcos and ISPs anticipate funds for big broadband buildouts, but they'll be challenged by competing technologies, incumbent dominance and an ever-widening digital divide.
Based on publicly available data from edge computing companies ranging from Verizon to Amazon to Google to EdgeConneX, there aren't more than a few dozen computing locations across the entire US.
Though government-backed broadband programs tend to be larger than many expect, they also 'take longer than you think,' says Carl Russo, who has just added the title of chairman.
The Italian phone incumbent is still losing mobile customers despite its launch of 5G services, and it is running low on assets to sell.
Su Jing clears desk, gets sent for further 'training,' after suggesting autonomous cars will inevitably cause road deaths.
Colt says Remote Access provides users with secure access to their business data and applications, based on their role or profile, from any location.
A newly reported settlement between the state and telecom trade associations likely puts to rest an effort to require broadband providers in New York to offer a $15 tier of service.
MediaTek, which is locked in an increasingly contentious battle with rival Qualcomm, this week raised its 2021 annual revenue growth target from around 40% to above 45%.
The US chips giant has named Qualcomm as the first customer of its new foundry business, raising questions about a conflict of interest.
Driven by rising programming costs, the move follows a price increase for new Sling TV customers introduced in January and the expiration of a one-year price guarantee that took hold last July.
China's tech crackdown continues to roll on, this time targeting edutech and anti-competitive behavior by Internet firms.
The Dutch incumbent manages to beat earnings estimates yet again and maintains its 2021 forecast amid rising fiber costs.
The industry is aflutter about the souped-up version of 5G, but everyone else should curb their enthusiasm.
BT's 'multi million pound' investment in cyber risk specialist will allow it a much more proactive role within organizations, says Omdia analyst Adam Etherington.
Lumen's Mike Benjamin joins the podcast to provide insight into a new remote access trojan, and explain who and what the bad actors were targeting.