Sprint may consider partnering with regional wireless providers on LTE through network sharing and spectrum hosting arrangements, according to a top network executive.
The U.S. Department of Commerce, through the NTIA, announced the results of a report that found 95 MHz of prime spectrum could be repurposed for wireless broadband use.
Panhandle Telephone Cooperative is about to switch on LTE service in rural Oklahoma, and it won't do it alone: It's getting help from the NetAmerica Alliance
Aurora Network’s Remote QAM module took the top honors at the SCTE Canadian Summit’s Technology Challenge yesterday.
Comcast continued its push in the commercial services sector with the recent launch of a cloud-based VoIP service for businesses.
Time Warner Cable’s My TWC mobile gateway, which lets subscribers access and manage their Time Warner accounts remotely on their Android and iOS devices, is being powered by mPortal.
Five cities in New York, Massachusetts and Maryland that don't have Verizon's FiOS service are slamming the company's tie-up with cable operators.
Interactive TV and middleware vendor Alticast has tapped cable industry veteran John Carlucci as its new chief technology officer for the Americas.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is calling on mobile companies to work toward improved privacy protections, including the development of shorter, more succinct privacy disclosures.
The wireless system is designed to get service providers up and running with minimal investment.
The systems-on-a-chip (SoCs) are headed for gateways that can support Gigabit Ethernet connections.
The GreenTouch Consortium's latest contribution to the energy-efficiency of future communications networks was designed for fiber-to-the-home, but it has implications for the wireless space, as well.
Summit Partners’ investment will help the streaming media specialist expand its marketing operations.
See how SeaChange enables the world’s most exciting commercial multi-screen video services, fully integrating on-demand and linear television with iPads, PCs and smartphones.
Comcast is taking steps to improve its customers’ experience on several fronts, one of which includes the transformation of many of its customer service centers across its footprint.
TiVo ups the stakes in a patent dispute with Verizon’s supplier of DVRs by dragging Time Warner Cable into the fray
Verizon Wireless and the four cable operators it is buying spectrum from have presented the FCC with a nuanced explanation of a marketing and cross-selling arrangement that was penned at the same time the companies agreed on a $3.9 billion sale of AWS spectrum.
Whaleback Managed Services picked Bright House Networks to help provision its managed voice services to a health care facility in Tampa Bay.
AT&T is linking the layoffs of 1,900 T-Mobile USA call center workers to the FCC's decision to block the two companies' merger, a scathing critique that prompted a quick response from the agency.
Hillcrest Labs might not be a household name, but it’s hoping to make its Freespace technology a common component in smartphones and tablets.
Citing hacking attacks attributed to China, Australia sours on Chinese network gear suppliers.
Buckeye CableSystem has launched a DOCSIS 3.0-based wideband tier with download speeds of up to 110 Mbps.
The University of New Hampshire’s InterOperability Laboratory will be testing gateways for IPv6 conformance during a mid-April testing event.
Time Warner Cable recently increased the speeds of some of its tiers at no additional cost in its New York metropolitan footprint.