The internet processor will help routers and wireless networks operate at faster speeds.
Tellabs, once a big player in the networking world, announced today that it’s selling to a private equity firm — a sign of just how far the company has fallen.
The wearable bandwagon is getting big enough to draw the attention of chip makers.
Cloud-managed Wi-Fi startup AirTight Networks has raised $10 million in its fourth round of funding.
AT&T has agreed to acquire Leap Wireless, best known operating the Cricket wireless carrier, for $15 per share.
As wireless networks become more focused on delivering web services, rather than nickel-and-diming customers for mobile minutes and bandwdith, they’re in danger of becoming so-called “dumb pipes.”
Vasona Networks has raised $12 million in fresh funding to help it continue to fix bandwidth problems plaguing mobile networks and smartphone owners.
AT&T has finally opened the gates so iPhone 4S users and owners of other non-LTE smartphones can video chat using cellular data.
Lowell McAdam reflects on how fast wireless networks can help society, and puts money down to prove it.
T-Mobile has upgraded its networks in 14 markets including New York City, Boston, and Dallas to provide faster data speeds to the iPhone.
Dish Network has won approval from the Federal Communications Commission to start using its $9 billion worth of spectrum, a move that could shake up the wireless market.
AT&T will spend $14 billion over the next three years on wireline and wireless network improvements, with a clear goal of covering 300 million Americans with 4G LTE data by the end of 2014.
Sprint has agreed to acquire Midwestern spectrum and half a million customers from U.S. Cellular in a deal worth $480 million.
Sprint has purchased majority interest in wireless broadband company Clearwire from one of its largest shareholders, the company said today.
Sprint will launch 4G LTE high-speed data in another 100 cities, including New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Boston, in the “coming months.”
T-Mobile has unveiled a new unlimited data plan that promises not to slow down your data speeds when you start using more data than it would like.
AT&T’s 2G wireless network will go dark at the beginning of 2017, the company confirmed today in SEC filing.
After conspicuously losing its bid to acquire T-Mobile, AT&T is still out in the cold when it comes to wireless spectrum. But a new report says the telecom company could now buy Dish Network at a considerable premium to obtain its highly coveted spectrum.
Sprint has agreed to pay $1.6 billion to struggling wholesale wireless provider Clearwire over the next four years, the companies announced today.
Sprint has entered discussions with cable companies about an investment deal that could result in the carrier acquiring wireless network partner Clearwire, reports Bloomberg.
Mobile broadband startup LightSquared is blaming the GPS industry for the interference problems between GPS enabled-services and its LTE high-speed wireless network, the company stated Thursday in a letter to the Federal Communications Commission.
Verizon Wireless on Tuesday announced it would be adding 19 more U.S. cities to its list of locations with faster 4G LTE data service, bumping the total number of supported metropolitan areas up to 74. The new cities will be turned on Thursday.
Major wireless carriers are satisfied with their current progress in evolving their networks to meet the needs of increasingly data-hungry customers, according to top executives from Sprint, AT&T and Verizon who participated in a panel at the CTIA Wireless 2011 convention in Orlando, Fla.