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Mike Dano
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Incoming FCC chief could inherit RDOF boondoggle
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1/20/2021  |  Post a comment
The FCC's recent Rural Digital Opportunity Fund Phase I auction came in below expectations and will provide money to fresh faces. President Biden will need to decide whether that's good or bad.
2021 is the fifth 'year of 5G,' and possibly the most interesting
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1/19/2021  |  Post a comment
This year promises to include everything from C-band deployments to a possible reset in US-China relations by President Biden. The future of the 5G industry is at stake.
GSMA spectrum chief heads to SpaceX
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1/19/2021  |  Post a comment
Brett Tarnutzer was in charge of all of the GSMA's spectrum-related regulatory activities, but is now leaving London for Washington, DC, to join SpaceX.
The last days of Vivint Internet
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1/15/2021  |  Post a comment
Vivint Internet announced plans to shut down service to 8,500 customers just two weeks before COVID-19 rampaged across the US. This is the story of the company's collapse.
Dish Network's new device chief sees opportunities, not challenges
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1/14/2021  |  Post a comment
Paul Chapple is in charge of procuring phones and other devices for Dish Network's planned 5G network. 'It's really familiar territory for me,' said the former Vodafone executive.
Five 5G takeaways from Samsung's new phones
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1/14/2021  |  Post a comment
Samsung, the world's largest smartphone vendor, released new flagship Galaxy S21 phones. The gadgets have significant implications for the 5G industry.
Utilities shift from tests to deployments with private LTE
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1/13/2021  |  Post a comment
Xcel Energy and San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) both announced plans to deploy private wireless networks running on the 4G LTE standard.
Qualcomm buys Nuvia for $1.4B amid silicon industry upheaval
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1/13/2021  |  Post a comment
Qualcomm could be eying the data center market, or leverage against Nvidia's Arm, via its Nuvia purchase. One thing is clear: There's turmoil in the silicon industry.
Intelsat to test 4G connections to iPhones from stratosphere
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1/12/2021  |  Post a comment
Although the company declined to elaborate, Intelsat is asking the FCC for permission to transmit LTE signals from an unnamed, solar-powered aircraft operated by Airbus.
Verizon CTO on open RAN: 'We're 100% behind the idea'
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1/12/2021  |  Post a comment
Verizon CTO Kyle Malady tells Light Reading: 'I don't see any reason why the technology can't work, but there will be things carriers need to work out if they do adopt it.'
GeoLinks to shift from 5GHz to 60GHz for fixed wireless
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1/12/2021  |  Post a comment
GeoLinks' new GIGA-AIR platform, built with vendor Globtel, will use the DOCSIS 3.1 spec and the 60GHz band, and will be sold to other providers, including cable operators.
Verizon CEO Vestberg uses CES to push 5G into a new phase
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1/11/2021  |  Post a comment
Verizon's CEO dispensed with the speeds and feeds that often dominate 5G discussions. Instead, he showed off some real-world 5G services, alongside a tacit nod toward the wider American zeitgeist.
AT&T, Verizon, Comcast halt donations to lawmakers who opposed Biden's election
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1/11/2021  |  Post a comment
Lawmakers like Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., who voted against the certification of President-elect Joe Biden's election victory, won't get money from the likes of AT&T, Verizon and Comcast.
DoD eyes 'challenge' designed to promote open source 5G
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1/11/2021  |  Post a comment
The US military is looking for ways to 'accelerate the development of an open source 5G,' which comes as no surprise given the Pentagon's wide and growing interest in the technology.
As C-band bidding slows, telco debt expected to skyrocket
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1/11/2021  |  Post a comment
Activity in the C-band auction is slowing with $80.7 billion in gross proceeds. Already T-Mobile is looking to raise $2 billion, likely to help pay for its purchases.
Telcos get political
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1/11/2021  |  Post a comment
Tech and telecom companies are freezing their political contributions.
'Black Sky' fears help drive interest in private wireless networks
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1/8/2021  |  Post a comment
A Black Sky hazard 'is a catastrophic event that severely disrupts the normal functioning of our critical infrastructures.' Worries over such events are helping to drive interest in private wireless networks.
US military eyes expanding deployment to 3GPP for 5G
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1/8/2021  |  Post a comment
The Pentagon is planning to increase its work within the world's leading 5G standards organization. Some analysts aren't surprised, but warn that the military may need to move carefully.
China uncertainty imperils Cisco's $2.6B Acacia acquisition
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1/8/2021  |  Post a comment
Acacia says China's State Administration for Market Regulation didn't approve the deal, but Cisco claims the agency has provided signoff for its purchase of Acacia.
Meet Nokia's new North American boss
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1/8/2021  |  Post a comment
Ed Cholerton has been tasked with overseeing Nokia's business across the US and Canada. Here's how he's looking at topics ranging from the C-band auction to open RAN to small cells.
Nokia's new NA boss
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1/8/2021  |  Post a comment
Ed Cholerton is the new chief executive of Nokia's North American operations.
Amid C-band demand, 5G proponents could turn to 6GHz next
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1/7/2021  |  Post a comment
Bidding in the C-band has topped $80 billion. Operators priced out of the C-band auction could turn their attention to the 6GHz band, a possibility that has Wi-Fi advocates concerned.
WeLink nabs $185M investment for fixed wireless expansion
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1/7/2021  |  Post a comment
WeLink described its financial agreement with Digital Alpha Advisors, which is tied to Cisco, as a 'template for the network operator of tomorrow.'
T-Mobile manages to tame Sprint's churn
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1/7/2021  |  Post a comment
T-Mobile reported that its postpaid phone churn was 1.03% in the fourth quarter of 2020, which the financial analysts at New Street Research said was 'down dramatically year-over-year.'
T-Mobile begins putting 5G into its fixed wireless Internet service
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1/6/2021  |  Post a comment
After testing the service in 4G LTE during 2020, T-Mobile confirmed it is now offering 5G devices and services through its Home Internet fixed wireless offering.
Verizon could deploy C-band spectrum on both small cells and macro sites
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1/5/2021  |  Post a comment
Verizon has focused much of its recent energy on small cells for its millimeter wave spectrum. That could change as it eyes CBRS and, potentially, C-band deployments.
Verizon indefinitely delays 3G network shutdown
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1/5/2021  |  Post a comment
First Verizon planned to shutter its 3G network at the end of 2019. Then it delayed that plan to the end of 2020. Now, Verizon says 'we don't have a plan to shut it down at this time.'
Is T-Mobile overcalling Verizon in the C-band auction?
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1/4/2021  |  Post a comment
T-Mobile has 'succeeded in forcing competitors to pay far more than originally anticipated,' speculated the financial analysts at MoffettNathanson.
Nokia replaces Ricky Corker with Ed Cholerton as US chief
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1/4/2021  |  Post a comment
Following troubles with a large, unnamed North American customer that may be Verizon, Nokia named Ed Cholerton as its new North American chief.
T-Mobile hacked again
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1/4/2021  |  Post a comment
T-Mobile warned that hackers accessed 'phone number, number of lines subscribed to on your account and, in some cases, call-related information' of some customers.
Monetizing 5G is operators' biggest challenge for 2021 – Omdia
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12/28/2020  |  Post a comment
A new report indicates that making money from 5G could well be network operators' biggest challenge as they move into 2021.
Here are the new C-band auction estimates
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12/24/2020  |  Post a comment
The C-band auction is now projected to reach around $80 billion in total bids. And Verizon, Comcast and Charter are expected to account for the lion's share of that total.
Will the C-band auction set up US operators for a European-sized failure?
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12/23/2020  |  Post a comment
Sky-high prices for 3G spectrum licenses helped to ruin many European operators after auctions in the 2000s. With $70 billion in current bids, the C-band auction could do the same to US operators.
How 5G is pushing the envelope on latency
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12/22/2020  |  Post a comment
The proprietary wireless network used by the Drone Racing League supports latency of 5 ms. Top 5G companies are looking to eventually match that.
C-band reaches $46.5B, passes AWS-3 as biggest spectrum auction ever
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12/21/2020  |  Post a comment
With $46.5 billion in gross bids, the C-band spectrum auction has surpassed the AWS-3 spectrum auction in 2015 as America's biggest ever auction of spectrum.
Verizon's CTO: 'I don't know what the hell 6G is'
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12/21/2020  |  Post a comment
Verizon's CTO Kyle Malady said that the operator is working to enhance 5G, and that he currently sees no reason to begin focusing on what's next.
C-band on track to be America's biggest spectrum auction ever
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12/18/2020  |  Post a comment
The fact that bidders have so far put up $25 billion in total bids appears to reflect a widespread belief that 5G will ultimately be worth it.
Pentagon puts 5G at center of US military's communications future
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12/18/2020  |  Post a comment
The US military is working to build its own IoT platform to 'increase lethality.' According to a wide range of top Pentagon officials, 5G is at the center of the effort.
A direct comparison: Tabulating 5G in the USA and China
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12/16/2020  |  Post a comment
Based on third-quarter 2020 data collected by Speedtest provider Ookla and provided to Light Reading, this is an apples-to-apples look at how China and the US stack up in 5G.
Vodafone, AT&T sign up for 5G via SpaceMobile's satellites
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12/16/2020  |  Post a comment
Startup SpaceMobile said it now has the $500 million it needs for 'Phase 1' of its launch. Likely as a result, Vodafone and AT&T are SpaceMobile's two official customers.
Verizon to connect 9,000 Walgreens, Duane Reade stores
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12/16/2020  |  Post a comment
Verizon initially will provide services including Wi-Fi and SD-WAN, but company officials said the deal sets the stage for other, more advanced products like edge computing.
5G: China vs. US
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12/16/2020  |  Post a comment
An apples-to-apples look at how China and the US stack up in 5G.
T-Mobile's 2021 5G goals: improved speeds, upgraded voice
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12/15/2020  |  Post a comment
Following his launch of standalone 5G, T-Mobile's Neville Ray hopes to push the envelope further by launching carrier aggregation and VoNR technology in 2021.
US government officially begins work on IIC for 5G
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12/15/2020  |  Post a comment
Amid reshuffling leadership across the US government, the NTIA said it is now working on technology that would 'standardize the spectrum sharing model' across a range of bands.
The next version of 5G delayed until 2022
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12/15/2020  |  Post a comment
The 3GPP confirmed concerns that it might delay the release of its next big batch of 5G technologies. Now 'Release 17' won't be finalized until 2022.
Frontier lacks 'technological capabilities' for gigabit connections – Senator
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12/14/2020  |  Post a comment
A Republican Senator from West Virginia is arguing that Frontier won't be able to deliver 1Gbit/s services in her state through the FCC's RDOF auction.
Small cell outlook remains cloudy in US market
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12/14/2020  |  Post a comment
'We believe a major acceleration in nodes on air is more likely to happen later than 2021 or 2022,' predict the financial analysts at Raymond James.
RDOF auction results already raising questions
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12/11/2020  |  Post a comment
Many of the big winners in the FCC's RDOF program – including LTD Broadband, SpaceX and Starry – are relatively new and untested telecom providers. And that's causing some concerns.
AT&T opens up about open RAN
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12/11/2020  |  Post a comment
Some of AT&T's top networking executives are touting the benefits of open RAN technology, but caution that commercial deployments aren't imminent.
FCC pays lip service to open RAN in 'rip and replace' program
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12/10/2020  |  Post a comment
The FCC said its Huawei and ZTE 'rip and replace' program should allow for the use of open RAN equipment. But the agency didn't name any approved open RAN vendors.
Here's the 5G glossary every American is apparently going to need
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12/10/2020  |  Post a comment
'5G Ultra Wideband,' 'Extended Range 5G,' '5G+,' '5Ge,' '5GTF,' '5G Nationwide' and plain-old '5G' are just some of the labels Americans will have to navigate. Good luck with that.
5G glossary
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12/10/2020  |  Post a comment
'5G Ultra Wideband,' 'Extended Range 5G,' '5G+,' '5Ge,' '5GTF,' '5G Nationwide'...
AT&T falls behind Verizon in mmWave race
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12/9/2020  |  Post a comment
In 2018, AT&T loudly boasted that it was the first operator in the US to launch mobile 5G in mmWave spectrum. Now, two years later, the operator has little to show for its efforts.
T-Mobile outlines Sprint network shutdown plans
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12/8/2020  |  Post a comment
T-Mobile expects to close much of Sprint's network starting in 2022, but steps toward that goal are already underway.
Operators begin singing Kumbaya for open RAN
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12/8/2020  |  Post a comment
Executives from Verizon, Vodafone and other operators are calling for unity in a push to create an open RAN ecosystem. Meantime, survivors of vendor consolidation are catching up.
Dish turns to Taiwanese supplier for more 5G radios
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12/8/2020  |  Post a comment
MTI will join Fujitsu in providing triband and dualband radios for Dish Network's planned 5G network. The radios will support open RAN interfaces.
C-band auction for 5G spectrum explodes with $1.7B in first-round bids
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12/8/2020  |  Post a comment
'Who 'wins' the C-band auction will shape the competitive dynamics of 5G for a decade,' wrote the financial analysts at MoffettNathanson. 'Yes, the stakes really are that high.'
Verana Networks nabs $11M to make 5G basestations
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12/8/2020  |  Post a comment
Verana scored a batch of VC funding that the company said will help it begin selling 5G basestations by 2022.
Is Huawei leaving its US customers high and dry?
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12/7/2020  |  Post a comment
Some companies have suggested that Huawei is no longer supporting its existing US customers amid government actions against the Chinese vendor. But others say that's not true.
Here are all the winners of the FCC's $9.2B RDOF auction
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12/7/2020  |  Post a comment
Here is the full list of RDOF winners organized by the amount of money each bidding entity won. For the top 10, Light Reading also listed the identity of the winner and the technology it will use.
Mavenir begins dabbling in open RAN hardware
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12/4/2020  |  Post a comment
Mavenir is pinning its hopes on an open RAN trend separating hardware from software. At the same time, the company is working to tightly integrate its own hardware and software.
What to expect from the C-band auction for 5G spectrum
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12/4/2020  |  Post a comment
Who's bidding? When will the auction end? And what will the winners get? Some expect the C-band auction to be America's biggest-ever spectrum sale.
Ciena, Cisco could acquire NeoPhotonics – analysts
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12/3/2020  |  Post a comment
'We see a very high likelihood of NeoPhotonics being acquired by a larger optical component supplier or even by Ciena or Cisco,' wrote the financial analysts at MKM Partners.
Brewing Japanese price war could spell trouble for AT&T, Verizon
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12/3/2020  |  Post a comment
Docomo in Japan is now selling 5G for around half of what its fellow incumbents charge. If Dish enters the 5G market in the US, AT&T and Verizon might be forced into a similar position.
Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile are neck and neck in 5G speeds – report
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12/3/2020  |  Post a comment
New findings from OpenSignal show a surprising parity in 5G download speeds among AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile. But, as always, the devil is in the details.
Sharing is hard: Debate builds over ESC in 3.5GHz spectrum
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12/2/2020  |  Post a comment
Environmental Sensing Capability (ESC) networks are a cornerstone of spectrum sharing in the 3.5GHz band. But there's a growing debate about whether they are effective.
Viaero, Airspan hint at fixed wireless C-band ambitions
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12/2/2020  |  Post a comment
A testing request from wireless network operator Viaero hints at fixed wireless services in the C-band using equipment from Airspan and BEC Technologies.
Verizon's DSS comes up short in new 5G tests
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12/1/2020  |  Post a comment
Signals Research Group used high-end testing equipment to check out Verizon's new Dynamic Spectrum Sharing (DSS) technology. 'We can't help but be disappointed,' the firm concluded.
Qualcomm hopes Snapdragon 888 will widen its 5G lead
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12/1/2020  |  Post a comment
Qualcomm released a new top-tier Snapdragon applications processor for smartphones, a move that could help the company solidify its leading position in 5G silicon.
Dish puts fiber into its 5G diet
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11/30/2020  |  Post a comment
Dish inked fiber agreements with Everstream, Segra, Uniti and Zayo in order to connect its planned 5G cell towers with the country's wider Internet backbone.
Pai preps to say bye-bye to FCC
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11/30/2020  |  Post a comment
Ajit Pai will step down from the FCC on January 20, paving the way for an incoming Biden administration to rework the US government agency in charge of the telecom industry.
Will IIC technology save America's 5G?
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11/27/2020  |  Post a comment
NTIA has floated a technology called IIC that would allow US military commanders to tell operators like AT&T and Verizon when they can – and can't – use government spectrum for 5G.
Nokia's new CEO may face leadership brain drain
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11/25/2020  |  Post a comment
Several top Nokia executives are heading for the door, creating a challenge for Nokia's new CEO, Pekka Lundmark, as he works to assert control.
Two Parallel Wireless founders exit to start A5G Networks
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11/24/2020  |  Post a comment
Rajesh Mishra, Parallel Wireless' CTO, and Kaitki Agarwal, Parallel's chief product officer, are leaving the company to start A5G Networks, which will focus on open RAN orchestration.
Startup Xcom looks to test advanced MIMO using open RAN
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11/24/2020  |  Post a comment
A startup backed by some of Qualcomm's former top executives is looking to test advanced MIMO technology running on open RAN specifications.
Mavenir's mobile core business hits the big time
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11/24/2020  |  Post a comment
Mavenir is now one of the world's five largest suppliers of mobile core networking technology, which is essentially the brain of a wireless network.
Dish has clear path to AWS-3 victory – analysts
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11/23/2020  |  Post a comment
'The market should understand that Dish and the DEs have a good chance of prevailing in court,' according to some financial analysts. At issue is billions in AWS-3 spectrum.
DataBank primps for 5G operators' edge needs
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11/23/2020  |  Post a comment
Following millions of dollars in investments in 2020, DataBank is planning for more than a dozen data center buildouts next year.
T-Mobile sues San Francisco to make 5G upgrade go faster
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11/20/2020  |  Post a comment
T-Mobile claims San Francisco officials are not moving fast enough to approve its 5G cell site upgrades. The company's lawsuit again highlights the tensions between industry and city regulators.
Altice, Globalstar and Viasat forsake C-band auction
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11/19/2020  |  Post a comment
Cable company Altice and satellite companies Globalstar and Viasat were among the 74 entities that registered interest in the C-band auction, but they are not among the final 57 qualified bidders.
Policymakers oblige 5G satellite aspirants
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11/19/2020  |  Post a comment
Internet companies ranging from SpaceMobile to Lynk to Telesat are touting newly eased government positions in their quest to launch thousands of satellites into orbit.
How and why FedEx is getting into edge computing, 5G
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11/19/2020  |  Post a comment
FedEx is working with Dell and Switch to build mini data centers in its facilities for edge computing. What the company might do with those resources could have implications for 5G.
Purse strings loosen for 5G startups
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11/18/2020  |  Post a comment
EdgeQ raised $51 million. Celona banked $30 million. And they're not alone. 'Yes, there is more funding available for 5G startups than in the past,' said Amar Kapadai of startup Aarna Networks.
Dish facing $3.3B in spectrum troubles – reports
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11/18/2020  |  Post a comment
According to new reports, Dish Network may not get access to discounted AWS-3 spectrum licenses for its 5G efforts, following an FCC ruling on the matter.
T-Mobile's network chief pours cool, but not cold, water on O-RAN
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11/17/2020  |  Post a comment
'O-RAN for me is interesting at this point in time, but there's a host of unanswered questions around IP, around R&D, around system integration,' said T-Mobile's Neville Ray.
Broadband everywhere, for everyone? Tom Wheeler on President-elect Biden's telecom ambitions
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11/16/2020  |  Post a comment
Former FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler points out a few things that the Trump administration has ignored and holds out hope that the next president will get serious about broadband.
Dish's 5G gets real: Company inks massive Crown Castle tower deal
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11/16/2020  |  Post a comment
The work of physically installing radios on top of cell towers is often the most expensive part of any wireless network buildout. Dish Network said it will use 20,000 Crown Castle towers for 5G.
AT&T: 3G shutdown won't stall connected car biz
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11/13/2020  |  Post a comment
AT&T plans to shutter its 3G network in the early part of 2022. But the company, and some top analysts, don't expect the action to affect many of the 40.5 million cars connected to AT&T.
Verizon explains exactly how it will make money from 5G
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11/12/2020  |  Post a comment
Verizon officials outlined the company's 5G buildout efforts, as well as 5G revenue opportunities spanning 5G smartphones, 5G fixed wireless services and edge computing.
Apple, Google start working on 6G
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11/12/2020  |  Post a comment
The first 5G phones from Apple and Google are barely out of the box, yet both companies have joined the Next G Alliance to 'advance North American mobile technology leadership in 6G.'
Verizon inks 'expanded and extended' MVNO deals with Comcast, Charter
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11/11/2020  |  Post a comment
Verizon's Ronan Dunne said the operator's new cable MVNO deals ensure that 'we're their primary provider of connectivity for the foreseeable future.'
C Spire opens up about its 5G rollout
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11/11/2020  |  Post a comment
C Spire is using equipment from Nokia to deploy non-standalone 5G across its PCS, 700MHz and 600MHz spectrum holdings, with plans to add 28GHz in the future.
Cable shifts from 'irrelevant' to 'aggressive' in mobile
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11/10/2020  |  Post a comment
The companies once labeled 'irrelevant' by T-Mobile's former CEO are now accounting for roughly 8% of the industry's new mobile subscribers. And they're not stopping there.
Microsoft's Airband initiative shifting focus amid leadership change
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11/10/2020  |  Post a comment
Paul Garnett is no longer heading up Microsoft's Airband initiative, a move that coincides with the company's shift in focus to expand broadband in urban as well as rural areas.
T-Mobile, Verizon, U.S. Cellular laud 5G fixed wireless
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11/9/2020  |  Post a comment
T-Mobile plans to launch its 5G fixed wireless Internet service next year. And the operator isn't the only one with high hopes for the technology.
DoD's 5G ambitions face steep, but not impossible, odds
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11/9/2020  |  Post a comment
President Trump fired the Secretary of Defense who signed off on a 5G spectrum-sharing project. What that means, alongside a likely President Biden, remains unclear.
Where Dish Network is going in 5G, and how it will get there
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11/9/2020  |  Post a comment
Dish Network is set to join AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile in operating a 5G network. Here are the executives, vendors and government-mandated timeline it's using.
AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile exceed expectations amid pandemic
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11/6/2020  |  Post a comment
T-Mobile reported 689,000 postpaid phone net customer additions during the third quarter, while AT&T notched 452,000 and Verizon posted 283,000.
T-Mobile eyed as 'the next big thing'
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11/5/2020  |  Post a comment
T-Mobile's financial results exceeded Wall Street expectations 'by a mile,' according to some financial analysts. The situation may position T-Mobile to take a commanding lead in 5G.
Comcast to test mobile, fixed operations in C-band ahead of auction
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11/5/2020  |  Post a comment
Comcast said it wants to 'evaluate coverage, throughput and mobility of equipment and facilities' in C-band spectrum ahead of the FCC's December auction of licenses in the band.


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