After receiving new promises from both Dish Network and T-Mobile, Colorado joined Mississippi in reversing its position and supporting the proposed merger of Sprint and T-Mobile.
The Indian operator continues to record dramatic increases in subscriber numbers, but customers are spending less.
Verizon is looking to purchase a number of spectrum licenses across the AWS-3 and mmWave bands, moves that show the operator continues to look for more spectrum holdings.
Singapore is pressing ahead with its rollout of 5G technology based on the newer, standalone variant.
Two 3.5GHz CBRS equipment vendors, Connectivity Wireless and JMA Wireless, installed a private LTE network in the Angel Stadium ballpark in Anaheim, Calif., with the goal of showing how it might improve operations at the venue.
If you like cage matches, AI-powered killer robots and 1980s sci-fi movies, you'll love the Spectrum Collaboration Challenge from the Pentagon's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
5G services could arrive quickly after an auction of important midband spectrum.
It's early days, but uneven performance is among the key takeaways highlighted in the first public, comprehensive and independent tests of US 5G networks by IHS Markit's RootMetrics.
FCC regulations haven't yet caught up with startups' 5G plans.
Celona, a startup stemming from CommScope's purchase of Ruckus, is targeting the market for enterprises building their own private 5G and LTE wireless networks, eschewing WiFi.
Like old-fashioned rock and roll, 2G just refuses to die.
Malaysia's fixed-line incumbent wants to be the country's only operator of a 5G network.
AT&T plans to deploy standalone 5G in 2020, which will boost enterprise applications for 5G.
Some of the nation's biggest telecom companies – including AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Dish Network – appear to be planning to participate in the FCC's upcoming mmWave spectrum auction. But big cable companies are missing in action.
Through his family's private investment firm, billionaire Michael Dell is pushing the FCC to enact new rules that would allow 5G operations in the 12GHz spectrum band.
Most governments and operators have shown little inclination to heed US warnings about the consequences of using Chinese suppliers.
The fifth-largest mobile carrier in the US will be one of the first in the country with lowband 5G.
Denver city officials acknowledge that 5G could dramatically improve residents' lives, but ongoing concerns over permitting for and radiation from 5G cell sites remain obstacles.
Charter's Craig Cowden expands on the MSO's interests and intentions involving the CBRS band and provides updates on the company's recent set of fixed wireless, mobile-facing 'dual-SIM' market trials.
What has gone well and what has gone badly for South Korea's early 5G movers?