What’s All The Fuss With The 12 GHz Band?
The 12 GHz spectrum is a crucial piece of the future of 5G because it allocates more real estate for wireless connectivity, something the 5G for 12 GHz Coalition is strongly fighting for.Read More
DISH Wireless Looking to Test 5G Network in Denver and Las Vegas
DISH Wireless is seeking STA approval from the FCC to test 5G network in Las Vegas and Denver. The operator hopes to have a beta network to test in Q4.Read More
Fujitsu and Xilinx to Help the U.S. With 5G Development
Fujitsu and Xilinx are looking to help the U.S. ramp up 5G deployment to compete with the rest of the world.Read More
DISH Executive Sees Opportunity in Verizon, TracFone Deal
Despite Verizon’s deal to have them purchase the largest mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) in the country, Stephen Stokols, the Executive Vice President of Boost Mobile that DISH appointed after purchasing the company, is loving what he sees.Read More
DISH is Adding Blue Planet’s Software for Automation in Wireless
A division of the telecommunications company Ciena from Hanover, Maryland, Blue Planet is bringing its software automation that will allow DISH real-time management of inventory, on-demand provisioning, and assist in quicker customer network slices.Read More
Nokia Chosen by DISH Network as Latest Vendor for 5G Network
Nokia will be assisting DISH as it grows its wireless division and creates a 5G standalone (SA) nationwide network.Read More
Why is Loving, TX Becoming a 5G Hotbed?
The latest generation of wireless relies on many towers and established infrastructure to work at its best and the beginning of its life cycle, expect to see 5G in urbanized, dense marketplaces. So, this begs the question: what in the world is Loving, Texas doing as one of the most hotly contested areas for the rights to 5G spectrum licenses?