AT&T is the biggest spender in the massive $45 billion AWS-3 spectrum auction.
Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri fends off criticism of Technologies business after profits shrink in fourth quarter.
Combines the functions of a top-of-rack switch, edge router, and conventional load balancer for high-traffic SDN networks.
Google is hunting wireless experts to help it integrate WiFi and LTE with its Fiber cities.
Vendor is in the early stages of working with partners and customers to understand how they want to use the network going forward so it can build out 5G to meet their needs.
Millimeter wave technology holds tremendous potential for delivering ultra-high-speed wireless broadband, but so far the market has been more smoke than fire.
Vendors and operators are turning to Long Term Evolution-Advanced (LTE-A) testing to ensure that their mobile networks are working as efficiently as possible.
Google is now backing or actively exploring three ways of delivering cheaper Internet connectivity to the world: satellites, drones and balloons.
Elon Musk's spacecraft company has received $1 billion in funding from Google and Fidelity to help accomplish its mission of bringing satellite Internet to the unconnected.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Liberty Global hikes European prices; TeliaSonera sounds warning; UK and US play cyber war games.
Unaudited 2014 financials from the Chinese equipment maker show it is going from strength to strength while others flatline.
AT&T will host the first live, on-site demo of LTE Broadcast technology at the college football national championship game on January 12.
Carrier's CTO says it has begun working with its chipset, radio infrastructure and device partners to trial LTE-Unlicensed this year.
The South Korean operator provides Light Reading with an update on its biggest moves in small cells during the past year, from virtualization, to carrier aggregation, to 5G.