Regulatory uncertainty is having an impact on efforts from AT&T and Verizon to transition their networks from TDM (time division multiplexing) to IP networks, executives from the telcos said Wednesday at the TIA 2013 convention in Washington, D.C.
NEW YORK--T-Mobile US may not be claiming to be the fastest wireless network in the U.S.--yet. But expect the company to make that announcement soon.
Intwine Connect, Vital Connect and Wi-MM have different business plans, but one major thing in common--their development partnerships with Verizon Wireless.
WASHINGTON, D.C.--AT&T and Verizon envision a blended wireless and wireline service world, but regulatory executives from both telcos said during a policy keynote session at the TIA 2013 tradeshow that a lack of regulatory clarity in transitioning their legacy TDM networks to IP is a key barrier.
Since 2005, mobile networks have accounted for greatest number of new U.S. broadband subscribers and now serves some 60 percent of U.S. residential broadband connections, according to a new report released by the Internet Innovation Alliance.
Struggling to understand why Verizon seems to be dragging its feet in rolling out the next-gen FiOS TV Media Server, I've spent the last week reading documents ranging from Harvard Business School case studies on John Malone's TCI to the consent decree the Department of Justice issued last year when it approved the $3.9 billion spectrum deal Verizon Wireless struck with Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks.
By Jim Barthold Counting 132,000 subscribers at the end of the second quarter, CenturyLink's (NYSE: CTL) Prism TV isn't as big a threat to cable operators as AT&T's (NYSE: T) U-verse...
Sequans Communications won certification from Verizon Wireless for two more single-mode LTE modules, the VZ20M and VZ21M, which are both designed to add plug-and-play LTE connectivity to tablets and mobile computers.
Verizon wants Massachusetts lawmakers to see it as a tech company with a phone service, but it might have a hard time proving its case thanks to a commercial that touts its biggest technology play, FiOS, in a city where it's unavailable, Boston.
Two weeks after Verizon added out-of-home viewing capabilities to its FiOS Mobile apps, AT&T said U-verse subscribers can watch live programming on its mobile apps, including a limited amount of content available outside the home.