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IT think tank sides with LightSquared on GPS spectrum issues
An IT think tank has lent its weight to LightSquared’s claims that the commercial GPS industry is to blame for the interference problems their devices would experience if LightSquared’s long-term evolution (LTE) network goes live. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room The...
Cable and wireless associations protest proposed USF reforms
The FCC may have narrowed the field of USF reform proposals down to three final contestants (CP: FCC narrows USF reform field down to three proposals). But those whose ideas didn’t make the cut—including associations representing cable companies and cellular network operators--are not giving up without a fight. More on this Topic ...
Ericsson completes M2M purchase, addresses market barriers
Ericsson has completed its purchase of Telenor Connexion’s M2M platform, reinforcing the company’s goal of helping operators – including now Telenor – go to market with machine-to-machine services. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room Telenor Connexion, a subsidiary of...
FCC pans for more info on why AT&T needs T-Mobile
More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room The FCC may be questioning AT&T’s central premise for acquiring T-Mobile. On Wednesday it sent a letter to AT&T’s lawyers asking for information about how the combination of the two carriers’ assets would create a business...
Sprint`s 4G predicament
Sprint promised its 4G strategy would be made clear this summer, but the plans revealed so far—partnering with LightSquared and Clearwire’s partial and unfunded long-term evolution (LTE) build—only raise more questions. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room Sprint has a lot...
Going deep on AT&T-T-Mobile merger: How will it really impact wireless competition?
Industry analysis reports don’t usually generate that much controversy, but the Yankee’s Group recent examination of how the merger of AT&T and T-Mobile would affect competitive pricing in the wireless industry hit a nerve with AT&T – while also yielding important insights into how the deal is likely being reviewed, and the impact it could have on the market if approved. ...
Verizon, AT&T account for 69% of mobile data revenue
With smartphones now accounting for 55% of device sales, mobile data revenues in the U.S. grew 22% year-on-year during the second quarter, totaling $16.2 billion. These were among the takeaways in a new, wide-ranging report from Chetan Sharma Consulting. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room ...
Sprint renegotiates another tower deal, prepping for Network Vision
Sprint is putting all of its tower leasing agreements in order as it prepares for its massive Network Vision overhaul, which will see all of its old CDMA gear replaced with new software-defined radio (SDR) capable of hosting any network technology. Last month, Sprint signed a new agreement with Crown Castle, allowing it to renegotiate more than 10,000 tower leases in bulk (CP: Sprint...
AT&T LTE devices go on sale Monday; network still on hold
AT&T will begin selling its first two LTE device on Monday, but customers who buy those devices may not find an LTE network to access. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room The LTE network is supposed to go live in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio this...
Analysis: LightSquared plays the patriot card in spectrum battle
LightSquared has gotten craftier in its public relations campaign against the GPS device industry. Last week it filed a letter with the FCC and issued a public statement that essentially painted a picture of GPS device makers as having willfully ignored government recommendations on GPS receiver design, placing themselves squarely in the interference jam that would result if LightSquared’s...
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