Company launched 1 Gig service in South Bend, Ind., boosting its total Fiber-to-the-Home reach to 71 U.S. metropolitan regions
Statements were issued after Commissioner Rosenworcel released the model agreements for small cell and 5G deployments negotiated by the City of San Jose
If approved, $1.1B deal will lead to the Brookfield takeover of 18 data centers in the US and 13 internationally, creating a new wholly-owned company
The Flying COW drone will be one of two types of drones that AT&T will offer for its Network Disaster Recovery system
They've reached a tentative agreement to install a network of 170 small cells on lampposts by the end of this year
And how do these cell companies prevent interference to the little guys using unlicensed spectrum in the vicinity?
The mobile carrier asked the FCC for permission to demo 5G in the 28 GHz band during June's SHAPE event
The company has announced it will launch mobile 5G in 12 cities this year, but has so far only named Waco, Dallas, Texas, and Atlanta
“White box” routers are being deployed at cell towers because carriers expect more data processing will occur at the network edge
AT&T said it will launch mobile 5G in 12 U.S. markets this year
The implementation of CORD leads to a greater investment in so-called "white box technologies"
The Project Loon experiment consists of a network of large balloons that provides connectivity to residents on the ground
Verizon and AT&T are field testing pre-standard 5G fixed wireless access using millimeter frequencies
AT&T continues to test the propagation characteristics of millimeter wavelength RF signals even as it begins rolling out “5G” services in select places around the country.
Verizon has started offering fixed 5G wireless services in eight of its planned 11 test markets to certain customers
Carrier will forego LTE-U and go straight for the standards-based LAA