3G and 4G Wireless Technology
- October 30, 2008
With the proposal for a free national Internet access network moving forward, many industry veterans are unconcerned, except for worries the network might add interference to the airwaves.
- October 23, 2008
As LTE and WiMax battle for 4G hype in the press, the era of 3G data connections is just now beginning, presenting carriers with a number of unanswered revenue questions.
- October 09, 2008
4G backhaul bandwidth requirements will push telecoms to adopt microwave technology to cut leased-line costs.
- September 25, 2008
Long Term Evolution (LTE) could invigorate the femtocell market, but the conditions have to work in the technology's favor for LTE to take root.
- September 04, 2008
After learning some hard lessons about failed partnerships and mergers, Sprint appears ready to turn its fortunes around with Clearwire and WiMax.
- August 27, 2008
Mobile video is the gold ring wireless operators want to grab, but fewer than half of all video-capable mobile phone users have ever seen it. Operators need to promote it wisely if they want to see the money.
- July 22, 2008
As Sprint's WiMax plans slowly move forward, LTE may become the de facto 4G standard for mobile enterprises.
- June 05, 2008
Companies are pushing the FCC to hand over some remaining spectrum for a free, nationwide, ad-supported network, but one expert questions the math.
- May 08, 2008
Sprint's WiMax should beat competitors to market, LTE's shadow looms large with its broader provider base. Experts wonder whether WiMax can save the company.
- March 04, 2008
Even as telecoms start deploying fourth-generation wireless connectivity, third-generation technologies can profitably fill a niche for some providers.
- November 15, 2007
Citing complexities, Sprint and Clearwire have cancelled their WiMax rollout agreement.
- July 15, 2007
Municipal Wi-Fi projects in Chicago, Seattle and San Francisco have helped residents gain broadband access.