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May 18, 2011  10:14 PM

AT&T to manage chaos on the horizon – if conditions are right



Posted by: KateGerwig
AT&T, cloud computing, FCC, LTE, T-Mobile, wireless broadband

AT&T Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson was selling managed chaos theory in Dallas Wednesday in his keynote speech at the TIA’s “Inside the Network” conference. His kind of chaos theory has nothing to do with applied mathematics, unless it’s...

March 21, 2011  11:35 AM

AT&T prepares to buy T-Mobile for $39 billion, awkward marketing moments ensue



Posted by: Jessica Scarpati
4G, AT&T, M&A, mergers & acquisitions, T-Mobile, wireless broadband

It'll be hard for any vendor or carrier at CTIA Wireless this week to trump the bombshell that AT&T and T-Mobile USA dropped on Sunday -- that the No. 1 wireless carrier in the U.S. is acquiring the No. 4 carrier for $39 billion. It seems that few industry pundits saw this coming, as much of...


June 30, 2010  3:21 PM

High demand for Sprint’s HTC EVO 4G; vlogger sparks smartphone beef



Posted by: Ddevine
4G, Apple, BlackBerry, EVO, HTC, iPhone, smartphones, Sprint, WiMAX, wireless service

We've been keeping an eye on the market's response to the HTC EVO 4G ever since hearing that the dual-mode smartphone would be a key element in


April 15, 2010  12:44 PM

‘Deleted scenes’ from today’s Q&A with Ruckus Wireless’ CEO



Posted by: Jessica Scarpati
3G offload, Ruckus Wireless, traffic management, Wi-Fi, wireless broadband

Not everything that goes into...


October 27, 2009  7:40 PM

Nortel loses another arm as Hitachi steps in for LTE bits



Posted by: Ddevine
4G, Hitachi, LTE, Nortel, wireless broadband

Continuing its bankruptcy-ignited fire sale, Nortel announced that it has struck a deal with Tokyo-based electronics heavyweight Hitachi to part with a piece of its Long-Term Evolution...


October 12, 2009  4:34 PM

New report declares WiMAX a “niche technology” in emerging markets



Posted by: KateGerwig
emerging markets, Ovum, WiMAX, wireless broadband

A couple of years ago, WiMAX was going to be the winner in emerging wireless broadband markets…so said the pundits. Now a new Ovum research report is relegating WiMAX to “


August 4, 2009  3:07 PM

RIM’s Nortel interest adds more drama to ‘final’ bid



Posted by: KateGerwig
BlackBerry, CDMA, LTE, Mobile, Nortel, RIM, wireless broadband

Why on earth would RIM want Nortel? That was the question on everyone's minds after the handset manufacturer announced it had not only tried to enter bidding for the distressed Nortel's LTE and CDMA...

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May 8, 2009  9:54 PM

Wi-Fi: You can take it with you



Posted by: KateGerwig
3G, 4G, AT&T, broadband, hot spots, MiFi, Qwest, Verizon, Wi-Fi, wireless broadband

Being neither 3G nor 4G, Wi-Fi, with its “no G” status, is much in the news these days, which goes to show that beyond the next-gen hype, there’s life (and competition) in Wi-Fi yet.

First let’s look at Qwest, which is offering its high-speed Internet customers a good deal --...


April 24, 2009  5:28 PM

Clearwire legal action: Mo’ WiMax, Mo’ Problems?



Posted by: WPeterson
4G, Clearwire, Sprint, WiMAX

Mo' WiMax, Mo' Problems. Maybe that should be Clearwire's unofficial motto.

Even as the company's mobile WiMax solution slowly starts...


March 26, 2009  10:37 PM

Mobile broadband forecast: There’s no joy in ARPU



Posted by: KateGerwig
ARPU, broadband, handsets, Telecom, wireless broadband, wireless operators

The good news, according to global consulting firm Ovum, may be that users accessing mobile broadband-enabled laptops and handsets will increase revenue by more than 450% in 2014 compared to 2008. Mobile broadband adoption, of course,...


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