Verizon's third-quarter results show the carrier is clawing back market share in a prepaid segment it had ceded to its smaller rivals until recently.
Ericsson continued to struggle in the third quarter ahead of rollouts of 5G networks, but shares of the company shot up more than 9% as investors saw signs of a turnaround.
DENVER—Charter’s wireless ambitions continue to come into focus, with the company promising an “inside-out” strategy that will start with a Wi-Fi-first MVNO through Verizon in 2018 and then will expand into “our own mobile core infrastructure by deploying licensed LTE small cells,” the company said.
Nokia has established a strategic alliance with Amazon Web Services with an eye toward helping service providers and their business customers migrate applications to the cloud.
Google Fiber’s wireless leader, Charles Barr, has left the company, marking the latest in a string of executives to leave the internet search giant’s broadband venture management team.
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