3G and 4G Wireless Technology News
July 30, 2015
After a year of review, the FCC approved the AT&T-DirecTV acquisition. Additionally, the FCC might add mobile speeds to its broadband review.
July 09, 2015
The FCC says it will intervene if broadband carriers don't improve their offerings; a new LTE technology could impact Wi-Fi, setting up a confrontation.
June 03, 2015
In telecom news, LTE and VoLTE drive global mobile infrastructure markets; FCC chairman wants to reduce robocalls and texts; Ericsson considers a large acquisition.
February 04, 2015
In telecom news, the FCC unveiled its proposal to reclassify the Internet under Title II, while telecom spending is expected to grow as carriers expand their networks.
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While hurdles exist, wireless voice over LTE, or VoLTE, could bring innovation to video conferencing, IM and file sharing that improves mobile unified communications with new apps and services. Continue Reading
The development of 5G is gaining buzz, but is it too early to seriously discuss 5G for mobile networks? Mike Jude explains the issues. Continue Reading
4G is the short term for fourth-generation wireless, the stage of broadband mobile communications that will supercede the third generation (3G) of wireless communications....(Continued) Continue Reading
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Rising demand for high-quality network service delivery will require operators to undertake a massive wireless network upgrade, driving deals like the AT&T/T-Mobile acquisition. Continue Reading
Yes, 4G represents a technological step beyond its 3G predecessor. But how exactly are 4G wireless networks more advanced than 3G networks? Telecom expert Mike Jude breaks it down. Continue Reading
The FCC is reviewing AT&T's proposed acquisition of T-Mobile U.S. Will the commission OK the deal? Wireless expert Mike Jude offers a two-part answer. Continue Reading