Ting, an MVNO that runs on Sprint's network, says it is the first to offer devices compatible with Sprint's Spark service. Sprint Spark relies on tri-band LTE devices to boost mobile broadband speeds on its data network. Spark is only available in five markets right now, but will expand to about 100 by the end of 2014. Show More Summary
Deal marks NSN's latest LTE win in China Nokia Solutions and Networks has won an LTE contract with China Telecommunications Corporation (China Telecom), a major wireless broadband operator in China. The operator has selected NSN as major partner for its nationwide LTE rollout. Show More Summary
BIP - Broadband Initiatives ProgramRUS - Rural Utility ServiceBCAS - Broadband Collection and Analysis System This is from the Aug 2013 IG Report. So here we are, years after the initial "stimulus" and nobody knows if this rural broadband money...
Dish may already be testing wireless broadband in Virginia, but it's not content to stop there. The TV provider has just partnered with Sprint on an upcoming trial of fixed LTE service in Corpus Christi, Texas. Both companies are shy on details,...
The two media giants team up to test wireless broadband access for underserved areas.
As the internet giants and telecommunications providers collide, their business models are adapting. The next big battle ground may play out in how we buy gigabit broadband.
By Dan Strack: As a resident of Austin, Texas, I have a front row seat to the battle brewing between AT&T (T) and Google (GOOG) in the high-speed broadband market. On Dec. 11, 2013, AT&T launched its U-verse GigaPower network in Austin and fired a shot across the bow of Google. Show More Summary
QAM has shaped the waveforms in our communications networks for 40 years, but MagnaCom has developed an alternative modulation scheme that it claims will revolutionize speed, capacity and power efficiency on wireless and wireline networks.
Parks Associates today announced executives from Comcast, Nest, and ecobee will deliver keynotes at Smart Energy Summit to discuss the role of smart devices in enhancing energy management and smart systems. The fifth-annual Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer will be held February 17-19, 2014, at the Four Seasons Hotel in Austin. The event addresses Continue reading ?
Sprint Corp. and satellite TV company Dish Network Corp. agreed to jointly develop and deploy a trial run of a fixed wireless broadband service, just months after Dish attempted to buy the wireless provider and the two battled over fellow telecommunications company Clearwire Corp.
AT&T said today it is selling its wireline operations in Connecticut to Frontier Communications for $2 billion, effectively exiting the state as a local telephone and broadband provider. AT&T has hinted in the past it might sell its “unimproved” DSL lines, following in Verizon’s footsteps, but it looks like […]
Looks like the companies have buried the hatchet after Dish Network’s failed challenge this year to bids by Japan’s SoftBank for Sprint Nextel and Clearwire. Dish and Sprint said today that they will jointly test a fixed wireless broadband...Show More Summary
AT&T continues to move out of the wireline business. The carrier today announced that it would sell its ILEC operations in Connecticut--including 900,000 voice customers, 415,000 broadband customers and 180,000 U-verse video subscribers--to Frontier for $2 billion.
Though it's sitting on its own trove of mobile broadband spectrum, Dish is looking for partners to provide fixed wireless LTE access to its customers homes. Sprint and nTelos are both working with Dish in trials.
Sprint today announced that it is partnering with Dish Networks to offer LTE 4G-based broadband in Corpus Christi, Texas. Dish will be responsible for installing the satellite dish and in-home networking gear, and Sprint will deliver TDD-LTE via its 2.5GHz spectrum. Show More Summary
(Reuters) - Wireless service provider Sprint Corp and satellite television company Dish Network Corp said on Tuesday they would jointly develop a fixed wireless broadband service on a trial basis in Texas using Sprint's wireless airwaves.