• FCC Aims To Accelerate 5G Rollout

    FCC Aims To Accelerate 5G Rollout

    Tomorrow's 5G networks will be transformational, too, but in an entirely different way.There are two major components to making 5G a reality: spectrum and technology.
  • FCC Aims To Accelerate 5G Rollout

    FCC Aims To Accelerate 5G Rollout

    Tomorrow's 5G networks will be transformational, too, but in an entirely different way.There are two major components to making 5G a reality: spectrum and technology.
  • Verizon Completes 5G Radio Specs, Now Onto Field Trials

    Verizon Completes 5G Radio Specs, Now Onto Field Trials

    After working with Verizon’s 5G Technology Forum, which is a group of global operators, parameters have been defined for 5G specifications in advance of future standards.To break that down in simple terms, Verizon has now outlined guidelines to test and validate crucial 5G technical aspects.
  • Intel's Joule Maker Board Targets IoT Developers

    Intel's Joule Maker Board Targets IoT Developers

    The Intel Joule developer module will help enterprises, developers, and everyday tinkerers tap into the internet of things.The goal of Joule is to lower the hurdles to help companies and developers jump into the internet of things.
  • AT&T Takes 5G Trials From the Lab to the Field

    AT&T Takes 5G Trials From the Lab to the Field

    AT&T announced its first 5G business customer trial this week, the first of its kind, according to the company.With lab testing apparently complete, the company is taking 5G into the field, with much more testing to be done in the future.
  • AT&T Launches First US 5G Business Trial

    AT&T Launches First US 5G Business Trial

    AT&T has launched the first US 5G business customer trial using millimeter wave (mmWave) technology.Together, they will test Internet access, VPN, Unified Communications applications, and 4K video streams; the trial also showcases the potential of 5G VoIP over the 15GHz and 28GHz spectrum bands, and promises to hit transfer speeds as high as 14.
  • AT&T Details 5G Plans for 2017, Select Cell Sites Expected to Hit 1Gbps Speeds

    AT&T Details 5G Plans for 2017, Select Cell Sites Expected to Hit 1Gbps Speeds

    This week, AT&T laid outs its game plan for 5G in 2017, including speeds it expects to see at specific cell sites and upcoming trials with DIRECTV NOW streaming.According to AT&T, the company fully expects to reach theoretical speeds of up to 1Gbps at select cell sites, with three-way carrier aggregation under way in select areas and four-way aggregation coming later this year.
  • AT&T Will Launch 5G Evolution in Austin and Indianapolis This Year

    AT&T Will Launch 5G Evolution in Austin and Indianapolis This Year

    AT&T is ready to bring a “5G” connection to your smartphone within the next year, assuming you live in Austin or Indianapolis.0 Indigo platform that includes “5G Evolution” connectivity at the two cities I just mentioned.
  • Qualcomm Shows Off a Real 5G Connection

    Qualcomm Shows Off a Real 5G Connection

    and also support very dense use cases where you're going to have 100,000 devices in a city block," Qualcomm CTO Matt Grob said.1GHz 4G cell sites with roughly the same coverage, so they don't have to add more cell sites to introduce the new network.
  • Verizon's 5G Broadband Goes Into Testing by Mid-2017 in 11 Markets

    Verizon's 5G Broadband Goes Into Testing by Mid-2017 in 11 Markets

    Verizon announced this morning that it will deliver 5G broadband connectivity to select customers later this year on their “newly built 5G network.” In total, 11 markets will gain access as a part of this pre-commercial pilot.
  • T-Mobile, Sprint Might Call Gigabit LTE '5G'

    T-Mobile, Sprint Might Call Gigabit LTE '5G'

    At press conferences introducing new network technologies here, execs from T-Mobile and Sprint demurred when asked whether they would brand their upgraded "gigabit" 4G LTE networks as "5G" in the future.I think that the gigabit LTE path that we're on is our path to 5G, [but] I think 5G is more than just gigabit LTE," Sprint CTO John Saw said.
  • Will everyone please shut up about 5G?

    Will everyone please shut up about 5G?

    The dawn of 5G, a standard that still has no agreed definition, and is almost certainly at least three years away, seems to be at the top of everyone’s agenda.Samsung kicked off its press conference with a section on its new 5G technologies, and a spokesperson from Verizon took to the stage to talk about the 5G trials it has been running, ending with a suggestion that Samsung might release a 5G phone at MWC 2018.
  • AT&T's 5G-Like Speeds Arrive in Austin

    AT&T's 5G-Like Speeds Arrive in Austin

    Samsung's new Galaxy S8 and S8+ will get access to faster speeds on AT&T's network in more than 20 cities by the end of the year, the carrier announced on Tuesday.The faster speeds are now available to subscribers with the Galaxy S8 and S8+ in parts of Austin.
  • T-Mobile Announces Plans for Nationwide, True 5G Network

    T-Mobile Announces Plans for Nationwide, True 5G Network

    In the vlog posted below, John Legere calls out AT&T and 5G Evolution, summing up that its “bullshit.” With T-Mobile’s 5G, the carrier will utilize its newly purchased horde of 600 MHz spectrum to deliver 5G nationwide, instead of a Fixed 5G implementation that essentially creates 5G hotspots in select areas.
  • AT&T Launches Fixed Wireless 5G Trial With DIRECTV NOW in Austin, TX

    AT&T Launches Fixed Wireless 5G Trial With DIRECTV NOW in Austin, TX

    AT&T has launched a new trial of fixed wireless 5G with DIRECTV NOW this week in Austin, TX.As AT&T explains, “While 5G standards are still being finalized, we’re laying the foundation for faster wireless speeds today in Austin with 5G Evolution.