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U.S. latency report: How did AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile perform in Q4?

While the industry awaits 5G standards that will address latency like never before, it's worth noting how network operators fare today in terms of their latency records.  FierceWireless  teamed up with OpenSignal to shed some light onto the issue.

Super Bowl the ultimate test for live streaming latency

CBS is streaming the Super Bowl for free this Sunday, and analysts expect online viewership numbers to top last year's record 1.3 million. But that kind of audience may have an impact on streaming quality, potentially leading to noticeable buffering and even latency problems.

Zayo's Atlanta data center expansion driven by content provider customer win

Zayo is making a large expansion to its zColo Atlanta data center at 1100 White Street SW in order to accommodate a new unnamed content provider customer.

5G race accelerates as operators jockey to be first with trials and commercial services

The 5G frenzy is real and it signals the importance that vendors and operators are placing on being considered an early leader and visionary in 5G technology. Although we may still be two to four years (depending on which timeline you believe) from actual commercial service, there's a lot at stake for wireless companies because 5G represents such a dramatic change, not only in technology but also in business models.

Qualcomm, Deutsche Telekom complete test of LAA in Germany

Qualcomm Technologies and Deutsche Telekom (DT) announced the successful testing of LTE Licensed-Assisted Access (LAA) in Germany, but don't expect that to narrow the gap between the arrival of LAA and LTE-U in the U.S.

Cisco: Mobile data traffic to increase 800% within 5 years

Smart devices, demand for mobile video, the continued growth of 4G networks and an ever-increasing number of wireless users will drive an 800 percent increase in mobile data traffic during the next five years, according to Cisco's latest forecast.

Telekom Austria rebuffs DDoS attack on its mobile, fixed broadband networks

Telekom Austria said no customer data was compromised by a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on its mobile and fixed broadband infrastructure that took place over the weekend.

EC seeks greater European harmony on 700 MHz for mobile services

The European Commission stepped up efforts to coordinate the use of 700 MHz spectrum for mobile services only, proposing that more spectrum is made available for mobile services in this frequency band across the European Union (EU) by 2020.

Tele2 launches 4G in Croatia, secures new spectrum licences in Lithuania

Tele2 is close to offering 4G services in all markets where it operates a mobile network after launching an LTE network in Croatia, with promised data download speeds of up to 150 Mbps.

5G race accelerates as operators jockey to be first with trials and commercial services

A year ago when I hosted a panel discussion on the topic of 5G at the Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, Spain, my panellists predicted it would likely be at least 2020 before commercial 5G service would be launched and that even in that time frame availability would be limited, at best.