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These Carriers Are All Faster Than AT&T's 5G E
News Analysis  | 
3/22/2019  |  1 comment
A field test shows that both Verizon and T-Mobile phones carrying the same technology are slightly faster than AT&T's '5G E' phones.
Comment: Update - Mike Dano - 3/22/2019
Vermont's VTel Strips Out Huawei Gear, Swaps In Ericsson Equipment
News Analysis  | 
3/21/2019  |  Post a comment
Vermont's VTel said it's replacing some Huawei equipment in its wireless network with gear from Ericsson. But this raises the question: Should the US government pay for others to make the same switch?
TV White Space Supporters Have New Reasons to Cheer
News Analysis  | 
3/21/2019  |  2 comments
Suppliers are making progress on new wireless applications in the TV White Spaces spectrum, but concerns remain about interference with hospital equipment.
Comment: Update - Mike Dano - 3/21/2019
T-Mobile is 8 Months Behind U.S. Cellular in Its Plans to Disrupt 'Big Cable'
News Analysis  | 
3/21/2019  |  Post a comment
T-Mobile said it will charge $50/month and reach 50,000 households this year with its LTE-powered fixed wireless service. The offering is virtually identical to the one launched by U.S. Cellular almost a year ago.
Google Puts a Price on CBRS SAS: $2.25/Month Per Home
News Analysis  | 
3/20/2019  |  Post a comment
One of the big mysteries in the CBRS 3.5GHz space is how much the SAS element of the system will cost. Google today provided a piece of this important financial puzzle.
Cellular Players Face Stiff Opposition to 5G Proposal in 6GHz
News Analysis  | 
3/20/2019  |  1 comment
Verizon, T-Mobile and others want the FCC to auction a portion of the 6GHz band for 5G. But a wide range of players, from cable companies like Charter to tech companies like Apple, strongly oppose that proposal, arguing 6GHz should be held for unlicensed services like WiFi.
Government Testing Adds 5-Month Delay (& Counting) to CBRS
News Analysis  | 
3/19/2019  |  1 comment
Government testing of the unique spectrum-sharing setup in the 3.5GHz CBRS band is lasting much longer than anyone expected. That's not a surprise considering CBRS problems could – in a worst case scenario – cause a US Navy shipwreck.
Login With Facebook, Google or… AT&T? Thanks, but No Thanks
DanoVision  | 
3/19/2019  |  1 comment
The nation's four big wireless operators want to offer single sign-on services like Facebook and Google. But their collective track record in the privacy and security department pretty much makes this a non-starter.
OneWeb's Ambitions Blast Off With $1.25B From the Likes of Qualcomm, SoftBank
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3/18/2019  |  Post a comment
OneWeb scored another big round of funding to finance its big plan to launch hundreds of satellites into space and provide super-fast Internet services everywhere.
It's Officially Time to Start Talking About 6G
DanoVision  | 
3/15/2019  |  1 comment
No, it's not because Trump tweeted about 6G. It's because the FCC voted to allow testing above 95GHz, and a bunch of people think that this is where the next generation of wireless will happen.
Comment: Update - Mike Dano - 3/14/2019
DIY 5G: In the Future, You Might Install Your Own Cell Tower
News Analysis  | 
3/14/2019  |  8 comments
Fixed wireless access has emerged as one of the first major use cases in the 5G landscape. There's also a debate raging in the space about whether customers are tech savvy enough to install their own equipment for the service.
AT&T Hints at Possible Decline in Capex in 2020
News Analysis  | 
3/13/2019  |  1 comment
AT&T's CFO didn't directly respond to a question about whether the operator would lower capex in 2020, but he did list all the reasons why the operator might do exactly that.
With Passpoint & WiFi 6, Boingo Shows That WiFi's 'Got Game'
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3/12/2019  |  Post a comment
Yes 5G is everywhere and everything, but the message from Boingo's Derek Peterson is clear: Don't ignore WiFi.
5G Hotspot Maker Moves Manufacturing From China to Taiwan, Partly Because of Trump
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3/12/2019  |  Post a comment
Inseego, an early mover in the 5G device space, said it has completed its move out of China for manufacturing, setting up instead with Foxconn in Taiwan. At issue are Trump's Chinese tariffs, as well as ongoing security concerns.
This Tiny Startup Could Connect Your Smartphone Directly to a Satellite
News Analysis  | 
3/12/2019  |  6 comments
UbiquitiLink is looking to completely eliminate outdoor dead zones, and is testing its service with Vodafone, Telefonica and, in the US, Cellular One operator Smith Bagley.
Verizon Eyes Opportunities for Smart Cities to 'Move a Metric'
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3/11/2019  |  Post a comment
Mrinalini 'Lani' Ingram, VP of Verizon's Smart Communities, has helped form public-private partnerships between the telco and cities like Boston, San Jose, and Sacramento. She said the opportunity for Verizon comes when cities want to "move a metric." That's when projects go from small-time testing to building technology and operations at scale.
CBRS Inches Forward With Tests (AT&T, Charter) & Devices (Samsung)
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3/11/2019  |  Post a comment
Samsung's Galaxy S10 is among a growing number of devices that supports the 3.5GHz CBRS band. That, coupled with new tests from the likes of AT&T and Charter, is pushing the CBRS space forward. All that's missing now is sign off from the feds.
Comment: Comment from AT&T - Mike Dano - 3/11/2019
AT&T & Verizon's Battle Over Public Safety Spills Into 5G
News Analysis  | 
3/8/2019  |  1 comment
The public safety market – totaling up to 20 million potential customers – is the setting for an increasingly heated battle between AT&T and Verizon. And 5G looks to be the latest weapon that Verizon plans to wield.
Satellite's Grip on C-Band Spectrum for 5G Could Be Slipping
News Analysis  | 
3/7/2019  |  Post a comment
Shares in Intelsat and SES have tumbled in recent days following what looks like growing opposition to the satellite companies' hopes to sell off spectrum ideal for 5G transmissions.
T-Mobile Details Home Internet Service to Challenge 'Cableopoly'
News Analysis  | 
3/7/2019  |  Post a comment
T-Mobile released more details about plans to challenge Comcast and Charter with a fixed wireless Internet service. But the broader message was aimed at regulators reviewing its proposed merger with Sprint.
AT&T Is Collecting Lots of 700MHz Spectrum Licenses, Possibly for 5G
News Analysis  | 
3/7/2019  |  Post a comment
AT&T recently asked the FCC for approval to snap up a range of spectrum licenses from C Spire. But that deal is just one of several that reveal AT&T's appetite for 700MHz spectrum – potentially for a 5G service.
Shentel Follows Sprint Into Massive MIMO & 5G
News Analysis  | 
3/6/2019  |  Post a comment
Shentel, a longtime Sprint affiliate, plans to begin testing 5G this year, though details on the move remain sparse. Nonetheless, Shentel becomes the latest regional wireless network operator headed toward the industry's next-gen technology.
Touring a Mini Data Center for Mobile Edge Computing
Slide Shows  | 
3/6/2019  |  1 comment
Edge computing remains a hot topic in the wireless industry, but what does it actually look like? Startup EdgeMicro showed off its new mobile edge computing testing facility and explained how it is using the site.
5G4REAL: 5G Arrives for Consumers, but What About Enterprises?
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3/6/2019  |  Post a comment
Although 5G basestations are transmitting and some consumers can already access 5G service, the promises of industrial applications seemed more conceptual at this year’s MWC.
Comment: Update - Mike Dano - 3/6/2019
Dish Network Aspires to Be America's Rakuten in 5G
DanoVision  | 
3/5/2019  |  Post a comment
Despite analyst skepticism, Dish executives continue to argue that the company will be able to make a splash with a new, nationwide 5G network. And Japan's Rakuten appears to offer some evidence to support those claims.
MWC19 Recap: 8 Takeaways From Top Analysts
News Analysis  | 
3/5/2019  |  1 comment
This year's MWC was chock full of developments, from 5G phones to edge computing to private LTE networks. So what were the key takeaways from the big Barcelona wireless event?
Comment: Update - Mike Dano - 3/5/2019
Comment: Nokia too - Mike Dano - 3/5/2019
AT&T, Verizon Perpetuate a 5G mmWave Mystery
News Analysis  | 
3/5/2019  |  Post a comment
Verizon and AT&T aren't giving out mmWave deployment details like site density and layout. But a careful analysis of their plans highlights both the opportunities and challenges each company faces in the mmWave game.
U.S. Cellular to Launch 5G in the Second Half of 2019
News Analysis  | 
3/1/2019  |  1 comment
U.S. Cellular – which counts 5 million US mobile customers – is planning to join the 5G game with vendor Ericsson. However, some of the details of U.S. Cellular's 5G launch plans remain unclear at best.
Cox's 5G Ambitions May Have Shifted From mmWave to CBRS
News Analysis  | 
3/1/2019  |  Post a comment
Cox – America's third-largest cable TV company – isn't going to bid on mmWave spectrum, but it does apparently have interest in looking at the 3.5GHz CBRS band for wireless operations.
The Great Lanyard War of MWC19
DanoVision  | 
2/27/2019  |  1 comment
With China's Huawei swept up in a global geopolitical drama, the company's MWC19 lanyard sponsorship has suddenly taken on a new edge.
Comment: typo - Mike Dano - 2/27/2019
Cisco CEO: WiFi 6 Shouldn't Be Ignored Amid 5G Hype
News Analysis  | 
2/27/2019  |  1 comment
Although most of the MWC noise is focused squarely on 5G, Cisco's CEO used his keynote appearance to talk about the opportunities for WiFi in the enterprise, and to call on providers to consider the technology in their planning.
T-Mobile's Latest C-Band Proposal Is Just a Delay Tactic, Intelsat CEO Says
News Analysis  | 
2/27/2019  |  1 comment
T-Mobile continues to push a counter-proposal for the C-Band, one that would involve an FCC auction of the spectrum. But one C-Band spectrum user argues that T-Mobile is just stalling while it tries to reach a conclusion with its Sprint merger.
Comment: Slight tweak - Mike Dano - 2/27/2019
T-Mobile Sees 500Mbit/s Speeds on Its 5G mmWave Spectrum
News Analysis  | 
2/26/2019  |  1 comment
Much of T-Mobile's 5G discussions have centered on the operator's 600MHz spectrum, but network executives confirmed T-Mobile is also in the midst of deploying equipment on its 28GHz and 39GHz spectrums.
Comment: Update - Mike Dano - 2/26/2019
AT&T, Verizon Expand Fixed Wireless (Both LTE & 5G) to Small Biz Market
News Analysis  | 
2/25/2019  |  2 comments
As they work to battle Comcast and Charter, AT&T and Verizon are planning to expand their respective fixed wireless Internet businesses into the market for small businesses. And AT&T isn't waiting for 5G.
Sprint Dribbles Out 5G Updates, but Big Picture Still Cloudy
News Analysis  | 
2/25/2019  |  Post a comment
Sprint offered a number of updates on its 5G buildout – including plans to cover a total of 1,000 square miles with the technology – but the operator was conspicuously silent on how it would make back its 5G investment.
Verizon, AT&T Push SD-WAN Into 5G
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2/25/2019  |  Post a comment
AT&T and Verizon, with success in their respective LTE-powered SD-WAN offerings, are both moving to add 5G connectivity options.
San Francisco WISP Buys Facebook's 60GHz Terragraph Equipment
News Analysis  | 
2/25/2019  |  Post a comment
A small wireless ISP in San Francisco signed on to use Facebook's Terragraph wireless technology running in the unlicensed 60GHz band. However, Common Networks isn't sure yet whether it will label the service as '5G.'
The Stadium 5G Use Case Remains Decidedly Unconvincing
DanoVision  | 
2/24/2019  |  6 comments
The Sacramento Kings have pledged to remain on the cutting edge of the 5G technology revolution. But in a deep dive with the team's networking executives, it's became clear that 5G might really just be another drag on the bottom line of the sports franchise.
Verizon Appears to Walk Back 5G Home Buildout Goal
News Analysis  | 
2/22/2019  |  Post a comment
Fixed wireless still viewed as a great opportunity for Verizon, but execs don't appear to be standing behind an earlier stated goal to bring its 5G Home service to 30 million homes.
Casa Systems Buys AT&T's Fixed Wireless Equipment Supplier for $115M
News Analysis  | 
2/21/2019  |  Post a comment
Casa is purchasing NetComm, a big equipment supplier to both NBN in Australia and AT&T in the US. The move likely signals both progress in the fixed wireless market and Casa's desire to cash in on it.
Will 5G Kill WiFi? Qualcomm Thinks It Just Might
News Analysis  | 
2/21/2019  |  3 comments
WiFi remains a top technology for networks using unlicensed spectrum. But a new proposal from Qualcomm would create a version of 5G for deployments in unlicensed spectrum that could give WiFi a run for its money.
Verizon's 5G Details: 30 Mobile 5G Markets in 1H19, MEC Launching This Year
News Analysis  | 
2/21/2019  |  Post a comment
After months of silence, Verizon finally provided some details on its mobile 5G launch: It's coming to 30 markets, it will use millimeter-wave spectrum, and it will contribute to revenues starting next year. Oh, and Verizon will introduce an edge computing platform later this year.
Amid 5G Buildout, AT&T Offloads More Traffic to WiFi
News Analysis  | 
2/20/2019  |  Post a comment
Despite its efforts to build out new spectrum, densify its network and deploy 5G, AT&T is also working to add capacity to its network via an expanded WiFi offloading deal with Boingo.
An Inside Look at Verizon's Edge Computing Capabilities
News Analysis  | 
2/20/2019  |  Post a comment
Verizon has hinted at its interest in edge computing, but a comprehensive look at signals from around the company point to the potential for a broad and possibly lucrative deployment of the technology by the operator.
Satellite Companies Balk at T-Mobile's $11B C-Band Proposal
News Analysis  | 
2/19/2019  |  Post a comment
T-Mobile issued a new proposal for how the FCC should auction off C-Band spectrum. But the satellite companies that are currently using that spectrum are having none of it.
Qualcomm's Second-Gen Chip Takes 5G to 7 Gbit/s
News Analysis  | 
2/19/2019  |  Post a comment
Ahead of Mobile World Congress, Qualcomm announced its second-gen 5G modem and said it would start shipping in commercial devices before a similar product from Intel.
Some Massive MIMO Antennas Might Be a Little Too Massive
News Analysis  | 
2/19/2019  |  4 comments
Massive MIMO antenna technology promises to deliver big boosts in users' speeds and operators' network capacity. But early reports from the field indicate the rollout of the technology has been somewhat bumpy.
Ahead of 5G, Sprint Tweaks Backhaul & Spectrum Configurations
News Analysis  | 
2/14/2019  |  Post a comment
Sprint is clearly preparing for a 5G onslaught of data on its network, with plans to pay up to $175 million to potentially switch from Ethernet to fiber backhaul and, separately, to expand its 2.5GHz signals into additional channels.
Verizon, T-Mobile, Amazon Hint at CBRS 3.5GHz Ambitions
News Analysis  | 
2/14/2019  |  Post a comment
Verizon and T-Mobile have hinted at plans to use 3.5GHz CBRS spectrum to add capacity to their services. But others, like Amazon, are hinting at broader plans to use the spectrum for IoT-style services.
Fourteen Takeaways From the Sprint/T-Mobile Merger Hearings
DanoVision  | 
2/13/2019  |  1 comment
If you missed the three-plus hours of testimony from T-Mobile's John Legere and Sprint's Marcelo Claure on the proposed merger between their companies, here's a quick rundown of what happened (spoilers: not much).
Comment: Updated slightly - Mike Dano - 2/13/2019
Edge Computing Players Move Beyond Tower Locations
News Analysis  | 
2/13/2019  |  2 comments
The edge computing sector remains in flux: Players aren't interested in locating equipment at the base of every single cell tower anymore, and some (like Vapor IO) have delayed their data center buildout plans.
Qualcomm Quietly Exits Wireless Charging & Healthcare – on the Same Day
News Analysis  | 
2/12/2019  |  Post a comment
Qualcomm is getting rid of its businesses in the wireless vehicle charging sector and the mobile healthcare sector as it works to refocus on opportunities spanning the mobile, auto, IoT, networking and PC sectors.
Amid Global Turmoil, Huawei Still Counts at Least One American Supporter
News Analysis  | 
2/12/2019  |  Post a comment
While Huawei faces sales bans from carriers and governments worldwide, the company still counts at least one supporter: James Valley Telecommunications. 'I'm a believer in being innocent until proven guilty,' said the CEO.
Verizon to Keep 3G Network Running for Some Enterprise Customers
News Analysis  | 
2/11/2019  |  1 comment
Verizon re-affirmed that it will shut down its CDMA 3G network at the end of this year. But that shutdown won't affect a few of Verizon's enterprise customers who get to keep service for a few more years.
Why Verizon Is Seeking Grassroots Support for Its 5G Buildout
News Analysis  | 
2/11/2019  |  Post a comment
Verizon – one of the biggest US corporations – is asking regular people to help it build its 5G network. Why? It probably has something to do with health issues and aesthetic opposition to small cells.
Apple Could Poach 5G Modem Experts From Qualcomm, Intel in San Diego
News Analysis  | 
2/8/2019  |  Post a comment
Apple is reportedly planning to build its own cellular modems, including for 5G, and that effort might include hiring engineers from the likes of Qualcomm and Intel.
T-Mobile to Test Fixed Wireless Broadband Using LTE by This Summer
News Analysis  | 
2/7/2019  |  Post a comment
Despite initially criticizing the fixed wireless opportunity, T-Mobile now says it will test an in-home broadband service using LTE in the coming months in order to prepare for 5G and its merger with Sprint.
Can 5G Backhaul Itself?
News Analysis  | 
2/7/2019  |  3 comments
5G is only as fast as the backhaul from the tower that it's broadcasted from. But can 5G also replace the fiber backhaul connections that service those towers?
Verizon Doubles Down on Mobile 5G in Millimeter Wave Spectrum
News Analysis  | 
2/7/2019  |  3 comments
While other operators are planning widescale coverage with mobile 5G using spectrum below 6GHz, Verizon appears to be placing a big bet on spectrum much higher than that.
T-Mobile's Legere Calls Dish a Spectrum Hoarder
News Analysis  | 
2/6/2019  |  Post a comment
Dish has aims to build a national, stand-alone 5G network, but T-Mobile isn't buying it. But some analysts believe T-Mobile's attacks on Dish might tie to concerns over its ability to close its merger with Sprint.
Comment: update - Mike Dano - 2/5/2019
Comment: Update - Mike Dano - 2/5/2019
Ericsson Opens Largest Training Center in US for – You Guessed It – 5G
News Analysis  | 
2/5/2019  |  1 comment
Ericsson, the largest supplier of wireless networking equipment in the US, just opened its largest training center in the country to make sure there are enough people who know how to install its 5G equipment.
Looking Beyond 5G Phones
News Analysis  | 
2/4/2019  |  1 comment
Although much of the wireless industry is focused on how 5G might be integrated into phones, some are looking beyond that opportunity to enterprise networks and autonomous cars.
Who Won the Super Bowl Speed Game? It Depends on Who You Ask
News Analysis  | 
2/4/2019  |  Post a comment
Yes, the Patriots trounced the Rams last night at the Super Bowl, but two competing network performance reports don't offer nearly that kind of clarity about which wireless network operator offered the fastest network at the event.
T-Mobile Quietly Sweetens Sprint Merger With Philanthropic Pledge
News Analysis  | 
2/4/2019  |  1 comment
T-Mobile wooed regulators to approve the Sprint merger by vowing to continue to support Sprint's philanthropic 1Million Project.
Analyst Maps Verizon 5G in Sacramento, Finds 'Pretty Sparse' Coverage
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2/4/2019  |  Post a comment
Earl Lum of EJL Wireless Research braved 'dodgy' neighborhoods, dogs and other obstacles to map out what he believes are 99% of the cell sites for Verizon's 5G Home network in Sacramento. His most interesting finding? 10% coverage of the city.
Alphabet's Loon Debuts New Telecom Buzzword: 'Temporospatial SDN'
News Analysis  | 
2/1/2019  |  Post a comment
Google sister company Loon launches new industry jargon, driven by its recent deal with Telesat to power the company's LEO satellites.
Comment: Update - Mike Dano - 2/1/2019
5G4REAL: A Tech Cold War?
LRTV Documentaries  | 
2/1/2019  |  Post a comment
The US charged Huawei with bank fraud, intellectual property theft and violation of sanctions against Iran. The buildout of 5G networks is a central player in this escalating tech (and economic) cold war between the US and China.
Verizon Gets Serious About Edge Computing
News Analysis  | 
1/31/2019  |  Post a comment
Verizon's edge computing tests could signal that the nation's largest wireless network operator is serious about the possibilities around edge computing, and could well invest money into a commercial deployment of the technology.
Ericsson Lays Out Its IoT Vision
News Analysis  | 
1/31/2019  |  Post a comment
Ericsson is the first to admit it's on the first rung of the IoT ladder – but the only way is up.
T-Mobile/Sprint Throw More Grease on Merger Wheels With New Call Center Promises
News Analysis  | 
1/30/2019  |  Post a comment
Likely in an attempt to garner more support for their proposed transaction, Sprint and T-Mobile announced that, if they are allowed to merge, the combined company will build five new call centers each creating 'an average of 1,000 new jobs.'
Samsung's Top US Executive Is Leaving
News Analysis  | 
1/29/2019  |  Post a comment
Tim Baxter announced on social media he is retiring from the company and will be replaced by Young Hoon Eom.
This Hospital Is Installing 5G for One Big Reason: Getting Rid of Wires
News Analysis  | 
1/29/2019  |  Post a comment
While image processing, real-time patient monitoring and remote surgery are marquee 5G applications, Rush University Medical Center's needs are more basic.
Verizon Quietly Builds a Completely Cloud-Based Wireless Service
News Analysis  | 
1/29/2019  |  3 comments
There's a customer-facing story to Verizon's Visible efforts. But on the backend, the story is perhaps even more interesting.
AT&T's Ad Spending Surges Amid 5G Marketing Efforts
News Analysis  | 
1/28/2019  |  Post a comment
AT&T has dramatically increased spending on TV advertising in recent weeks, in part to highlight its new '5G E' services, shelling out some $73 million on its 'Just OK Is Not Ok' campaign of late.
The Curious Case of Reddit's Bandwidth Hog
DanoVision  | 
1/28/2019  |  1 comment
A few days ago I received some very interesting data: Reddit's Android app was consuming a crazy amount of cellular data each month. After a bit of research and legwork, I think I figured out what is going on.
C Spire Adds Another 5G Service to Its Toolbox
News Analysis  | 
1/24/2019  |  Post a comment
C Spire is offering another fixed wireless internet technology, this time using 28GHz spectrum and Phazr equipment. But it doesn't adhere to the 3GPP 5G NR standard.
All Major Tower Companies Are Sniffing Around Edge Computing
News Analysis  | 
1/24/2019  |  8 comments
The noise around edge computing appears to have built to a crescendo as virtually all of the nation's major cell tower companies are in various stages of testing out the technology.
AT&T's Cloud Outlook Evolves Amid 5G Buildout
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1/24/2019  |  Post a comment
AT&T's new mobile 5G network 'is our first deployment where we can really say that 5G was born in the cloud,' explained AT&T's Alicia Abella.
Should Satellite Companies Be in Charge of Selling Their 5G Spectrum?
News Analysis  | 
1/23/2019  |  2 comments
Satellite is sitting on a treasure trove of prime, mid-band spectrum that could be used for 5G, but it's stirring a big debate. What is the best way to move that spectrum from satellite providers to actual 5G users?
Verizon, Using AT&T's 5G Definition, Stakes a Bold Coverage Claim
News Analysis  | 
1/23/2019  |  1 comment
Verizon said it has 5G, as defined by some, in 1,500 markets. But what are they really measuring? Also, what is a market, anyway?
Forget 28GHz, the 24GHz Auction Is the One to Watch
News Analysis  | 
1/22/2019  |  1 comment
If 5G is the biggest thing since sliced bread, why is the nation's first 5G spectrum auction drawing so little interest among bidders?
T-Mobile Grabs Ericsson Exec to Lead 5G Strategy
News Analysis  | 
1/18/2019  |  Post a comment
T-Mobile took a page out of Verizon's playbook by hiring a former Ericsson executive to lead its 5G networking efforts.
CBRS Players Begin to Fret Over Government Shutdown
News Analysis  | 
1/17/2019  |  Post a comment
The government shutdown is already the longest on record, and there's no end in sight. And that situation is starting to make some players in the wireless industry – particularly those in the 3.5GHz CBRS space – a little nervous.


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