Tag: wireless

Key Issues: TIP Summit 2018

The Facebook-driven Telecom Infra Project (TIP) held its third annual Summit this week, for the first time outside Silicon Valley. In a well-attended and...

New Horizons for the Wireless Industry (Part 2)

Among the lessons we can learn about where the wireless industry will head come from an understanding the past success.  At its roots, the...

How Regulators May Evaluate the Merger Between T-Mobile and Sprint

Our recent analyst blog titled “Why the Merger of T-Mobile and Sprint Will Succeed This Time”, outlined reasons that help lead to the conclusion...

The Merger of T-Mobile and Sprint is On

The merger between T-Mobile and Sprint has been agreed to along the lines that we had anticipated: An all-stock deal in which Sprint's parent...

The Battle for the MDU

AT&T has finally articulated a huge broadband plan for the whole of America – taking a combination of copper G.fast broadband and fiber toMulti...

The Case for FWA

Broadband internet service in the U.S. has been plagued by uncompetitive practices. Large, nationwide internet service providers (ISPs) have built monopolies that prohibit innovation,...

Ruckus plus Brocade IP division could attract Arris, Cisco, Nokia, others

Broadcom, Ltd bought Brocade Communications Systems for $5.9 billion, giving the company a strong offering in networking storage business.While Brocade has a broader networking...

5G Set to Disrupt Both the Physical and Virtual Worlds

If there’s one major conclusion in telecommunications vendor Ericsson’s recent survey on use of 5G telephony, it’s that 5G will fuel wide-spread disruption. The...

Google (finally!) buys a smart home hub with Revolv

So Google has finally made the obvious IoT acquisition, after paying $3.2 billion for a connected thermostat called Nest. After that purchase, we were...