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FCC adopts data roaming order
The Federal Communications Commission today adopted an order requiring wireless carriers to enter into data roaming agreements on reasonable terms and conditions—a move that smaller wireless carriers will welcome. But two of the five commissioners voted against the order, raising concerns about the commission’s authority to impose such obligations. ...
nTelos exploring LTE
Long-term evolution (LTE) is spreading far down into the ranks of U.S. operators as ever-smaller regional providers begin exploring the next-generation mobile broadband technology. The latest is nTelos Wireless (NASDAQ:NTLS), a CDMA operator in the mid-Atlantic and southeast, which announced today it has successfully completed an LTE field trial in near its headquarters in Waynesboro,...
Metaswitch acquires Colibria with RCS in mind
Metaswitch Networks has announced it is acquiring Norway-based vendor Colibria in a deal that matches both companies’ expertise in IMS and brings Metaswitch Rich Communication Suite (RCS) technology that will play an increasingly important role as carriers move to support more contextual call services and presence-based applications. More on...
Commnet Wireless creates joint venture with tribal stimulus winner
Atlantic Tele-Network, the company that now owns a substantial part of the former Alltel Wireless, said today that its Commnet Wireless subsidiary has created a joint venture with the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority to provide mobile 3G and 4G wireless using a network constructed in part with $32.1 million provided through the broadband stimulus program. ...
SouthernLINC takes push-to-talk nationwide with Sprint roaming agreement
SouthernLINC Wireless has scored a long-sought-after roaming deal with Sprint (NYSE:S), allowing it to offer push-to-talk (PTT) and data services in addition to voice calling outside of its southeastern U.S. territory (Briefing Room: SouthernLINC press release). SouthernLINC has offered voice roaming through Nextel and then with Sprint since 2001, but because PTT is a core service on its iDEN...
The New AT&T: It’s about the spectrum
You can make as many arguments as you like about what AT&T (NYSE:T) stands to gain by buying T-Mobile (NYSE:DT), but in my view it boils down to just one: frequencies. Sure, AT&T would gain another 34 million subs, it would have access to a largely built high-speed packet access plus (HSPA+) network, it would leapfrog over Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ, NYSE:VOD) in scale and sheer dominance...
Exalt/ XO partnership to leverage unique LMDS characteristics for mobile backhaul
Wireless equipment manufacturer Exalt Communications is developing equipment for use in LMDS spectrum bands that could have certain advantages for wireless backhaul deployments, the company said. Exalt is developing the equipment, expected to be available in third quarter, for use in spectrum bands licensed to XO Communications. XO holds LMDS licenses in 81 U.S. metro markets, which it currently...
MetroPCS completes LTE footprint
MetroPCS (NYSE:PCS) flipped the ‘on’ switch on its network in Tampa, Fla., rolling out the final market in its 14-city footprint. According to chief operating officer Tom Keys, Metro would have launched Tampa back in January when it completed the rest of the its launch (Unfiltered: MetroPCS LTE rollout complete but for one market), but spectrum issues prevented it from going live on its original...
MetroPCS unopposed to a combined AT&T, T-Mobile
While Sprint (NYSE:S) is decrying AT&T’s (NYSE:T) proposed acquisition of T-Mobile (NYSE:DT), claiming it will marginalize all other operators (Unfiltered: Sprint makes its disapproval of AT&T-T-Mobile deal official) apart from AT&T and Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ, NYSE:VOD), the country’s largest Tier II operator doesn’t have a problem with it. According to MetroPCS (NYSE:PCS) chief...
Houston moving municipal services to wireless using Alvarion gear
After an 18 month trial, the city of Houston is embracing muni-wireless in a big way, tapping Alvarion (NASDAQ:ALVR) to build a city-wide WiMax network over which will ride city services ranging from smart grid meter reading to traffic light management. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room ...
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