AT&T and AWS get down and cloudy

AT&T has announced a new strategic alliance with AWS to optimize delivery of integrated solutions built on the companies’ cloud and networking capabilities.

Power lines are hideous, but AT&T thinks they’ll be great for 5G

Nothing ruins a beautiful photo like a monolithic power line. Thankfully, AT&T has found a way of making these global monstrosities a core element of its future wireless proposition. While the Finns found a way of making them look pretty awesome, there’s little denying these things look horrendous. The bods down at AT&T Labs have […]

AT&T and Qualcomm drone on

The growing background noise emanating from the telecoms scene regarding Unmanned Aircraft Systems means their nick-name has never been more apposite.

AT&T pointlessly attacks Google over fibre

After Google shifted its focus from fibre to wireless following a tricky time of things, AT&T couldn’t resist taking a juvenile swipe at the OTT-come-telecoms provider.

AT&T expands ‘Network on Demand’ to 76 new markets

AT&T has expanded its Network on Demand solutions to now include 76 countries around the world, launching into all new markets simultaneously. The new service is built on the company’s software-defined network technology, and claimed to help businesses deploy a single universal piece of equipment, choose virtualized functions and set them up in different countries. The […]

US carriers jump on FCC’s 28 GHz 5G hint

After FCC chairman Tom Wheeler hinted at his views on the key bands for 5G last week, carriers in the US have been quick to submit applications for testing in the 28 GHz frequency bands. Both T-Mobile and Verizon have submitted requests for temporary testing authorisation to test technologies, bandwidths and uplink/down ratios for deployment. […]

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