Former Ericsson executive Ulf Ewaldsson is joining T-Mobile US’ network operations where he will serve under current T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray. A former colleague at Ericsson is also on the move.
Sprint takes the next step on its path toward the launch of 5G services in the first half of 2019, seemingly with or without T-Mobile.
Sprint is touting a new Samsung device while T-Mobile completed a 5G data session with Ericsson and Intel.
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Scouting around for things to do, T-Mobile US has published a new 5G consumer index and claims the moral high ground for not launching 5G networks before its rivals.
The $26 billion deal sits about halfway through the FCC's informal timeline for its review process.
Industry trade group 5G Americas predicts that there will be 336,000 5G connections in North Americas by the end of 2019. That will account for 47 percent of global 5G connections.
AT&T's launch of 5G services this week has taken the level of competition and snipping to a glorious new level showing that we are truly now entering the golden age of 5G.
According to reports, the deal was cleared after Deutsche Telekom and SoftBank offered to stop using Huawei equipment.
Things aren’t all bad news for Huawei. T-Mobile Poland confirmed that Huawei is the sole vendor supporting its 5G network.
The company uses AWS SageMaker Ground Truth to create natural language understanding models for customer service conversations.
T-Mobile plans to launch its 5G network in lower band spectrum so it can blanket the country with 5G service.
It's no surprise that groups representing wireless workers claim the merger will cost American jobs. But connecting T-Mobile and Sprint to possible security risks related to China is a new angle that could have an impact on the deal.
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Both carriers posted increased revenues and earnings for their most recent quarters, and their pending merger received approval from T-Mobile's shareholders.