Telstra was the biggest buyer, spending A$276.6 million to acquire the maximum of 1000MHz, covering major cities and key regional areas.
51-year-old He Xuemei found guilty of illegally fundraising a mind-boggling $385 million.
The FCC is preparing to auction the 3.45GHz-3.55GHz spectrum band for 5G. But operators are worried that the US military might hang on to more of that spectrum than it initially indicated.
The chipmaking giant's latest numbers reveal a big sales drop at its second-largest division.
New CommScope data provides a fresh view into the traffic demands driven by the pandemic, particularly in the upstream. But the pandemic will also alter the way cable ops plan to stay ahead of the capacity curve.
CEO Jason Cohen examines drivers behind the cord-cutting trend, and shares why many viewers are still holding out with traditional pay-TV services.
Also in today's EMEA regional rollout: Ericsson, ATU tackle spectrum issues in Africa; UK's mobile minnows put big fish to shame; Proximus' 5G innovation platform is up and running.
This week in our WiC roundup: Women's role in climate tech; how Black women are affected by AI; Women in Tech's monumental pandemic growth; and more.
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Sweden-based group said it returned to EBITDA growth in Q1 2021, but the pandemic remains an ongoing threat.
The company building America's fourth mobile network does not appear to share policymakers' concerns about the dominance of the public clouds.
President Biden wants to spend up to $100 billion to cross the digital divide. Some members of his opposition are proposing an alternative that's not too far off.
Tareq Amin, group chief technology officer at Rakuten Mobile, discusses his company's open RAN deployments and the evolution of a new kind of mobile network.
Rising operating costs have been chipping away at the Chinese operator's profits, its latest report shows.
AT&T added 595,000 postpaid phone customers during the first quarter, far ahead of Verizon. However, AT&T's promotional efforts in the industry 'can only go so long,' according to analysts.
This week: Peggy Schaffer, executive director, ConnectMaine, on the state of broadband in Maine and why she says we need to stop giving money to the FCC.
Meanwhile, AT&T tacked on another 235,000 fiber broadband customers, extending that total to 5.18 million.
Powered by a new Full Duplex DOCSIS chipset from Broadcom, the successful lab trial puts Comcast, and possibly other cable operators, on the road to DOCSIS 4.0 and '10G.'
‘Baltic Sea challenger' navigates choppy pandemic waters with continued cost cutting.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ericsson wins Slovakian 5G deal; ADVA has 'best ever' Q1; Proximus turns to Velocix for content delivery.