The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has concluded another spectrum auction, and T-Mobile was the hands-down winner.
Nokia has scored a big win, signing a five-year deal with AT&T to provide 5G equipment for the carrier’s C-Band spectrum rollout.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has voted to free up additional mid-band spectrum, once reserved for the military, for 5G.
T-Mobile is touting the strength of its 5G network following a record-breaking FCC auction of coveted mid-range spectrum.
The FCC has finally revealed the winners of its mid-band spectrum auction, and Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile came out on top.
The FCC’s mid-band spectrum auction has concluded its initial phase, and the bidding reveals carriers are all-in on mid-band.
T-Mobile has said it is “the only adult in the room on 5G” as it takes Verizon, and to a lesser extent AT&T, to task over 5G claims.
T-Mobile has doubled the extent of its mid-band 5G coverage in just a month, with plans to provide coverage to 100 million by year’s end.
T-Mobile has used new radio carrier aggregation to boost 5G performance, combining mid-band downloads with low-band uploads.
T-Mobile achieved a significant milestone in New York, passing the gigabit speed threshold with mid-band 5G.
Verizon is downplaying 5G, when compared to 4G, saying customers will only see “some improvements” initially.
RootMetrics released its latest report on the state of 5G and the results are exactly what one would expect.
The Federal Communications Commission has authorized the commercial use of the mid-range 3.5GHz spectrum, according to a press release by the CBRS Alliance. The 3.5GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) spectrum is being marketed under the name OnGo. Up until…