Topic: wireless operators
Despite ongoing security concerns, the Trump administration extended the length of the license that allows Huawei to do business in the U.S.
Cyient and Rohde & Schwarz
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
What will happen next in wireless? That’s definitely the big question. Within these pages, we hope to provide at least a few answers. In this, our second annual Predictions Special Report, we’ve again collected four of the industry’s leading, veteran, independent analysts to ask them what is going to happen next year and beyond.
Wireless, wireline and cable providers have been implementing data usage caps to control how much bandwidth is consumed from their networks.
Uniti Fiber is enhancing its fiber investment to accommodate dark and lit fiber service requests from wireless operator customers.
Fixed wireless access is a hot topic—again.
Cleareon has acquired various data center assets in and around the New York City metro area.
Zayo has been selected by an unnamed wireless operator to deploy over 500 small cell sites in two large metro areas.
Diego Scotti, Verizon's CMO, is leading the company's marketing campaigns geared toward pushing both its wireline and wireless offerings.
As wireless operators expand their data offerings, Dycom will benefit by getting invited to build out more wireline fiber networks, its CEO said.
Verizon has launched a new promotion to lure more subscribers to sign up for FiOS and its Unlimited wireless plan.