MetroPCS wiped out all but one of its unlimited data plans today, capping usage on its three cheapest plans and leaving only its most expensive rate in place for all-you-can-eat LTE service.
Verizon is reportedly planning a mobile video service if the government clears its multi-billion-dollar spectrum and marketing deal with four cable operators.
The operator uses Sigma products to manage services on its new multi-room entertainment system.
The deal adds new Wi-Fi offload capabilities to its infrastructure offerings at a time when wireless operators are increasingly relying on the technology to manage soaring data traffic.
The company will host Wi-Fi for an unidentified national wireless carrier.
East Bay and North Bay customers will be the first to gain access to the home security and control service.
Also, Virgin Media announced it is adding TiVo boxes to some new bundles.
Sprint’s network overhaul will drop the number of cell sites it operates by 44 percent, executive Bob Azzi said at a conference.
A recent study by Vertical Systems Group found that the availability of business fiber continued to climb last year, both in the United States and Europe.
Comcast said it has reached a critical mass in both the number of subscriber who have on-demand and the amount of revenue being generated.
Comcast is sweetening its voice offering with the inclusion of free text messaging, as well as the ability to transcribe and read voicemail messages.
Working with workforce management specialist Toa Technologies, Dish Network has centralized its national workforce support operation.
Shaw Business, the commercial services arm of Shaw Communications, has inked an agreement to provide Wi-Fi, Internet and networking services to BC Biomedical Laboratories.
The acquisition would give Cisco direct title to critical software for home network visibility and management based on TR-069 standards.
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.