Understanding broadband and its evolution

Our panel of experts explore the current state of the fibre rollout and how technologies like Fixed Wireless Access and satellites are developing to provide additional techniques of improving the world’s internet access.

T-Mobile US and Verizon look set to beat FWA target

Fixed wireless access is by far the fastest growing broadband technology in the US and its main proponents, T-Mobile US and Verizon, look set to beat their medium-term subscriber targets, new analyst data suggests.

Analysis of the long-term potential of 5G FWA

Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) is considered by some in the industry to be an efficient broadband alternative, especially since the dawn of 5G and mmWave spectrum allocations.

What will 2023 hold for the telecoms industry?

It’s that time of year again when we ask some leading lights from the industry to gaze into their crystal balls and take a punt on what we’ll be talking about next year in the world of telecoms.

T-Mobile buddies up with Verizon on FWA broadband mission

T-Mobile US is on a mission to prove that fixed wireless access (FWA) is succeeding as a replacement for traditional broadband services and has chosen an unlikely ally to help it get its message across: rival operator Verizon.

5G FWA growing faster than expected – Ericsson

Ericsson is sticking to a recent prediction that 5G customer numbers will top the 1 billion mark by the end of the year, but has increased its forecast for fixed wireless access (FWA) subscriptions.

NBN taps Nokia for mmWave upgrade

Australia’s state-owned wholesaler NBN has picked Nokia to supply long-range mmWave equipment for its fixed-wireless access (FWA) upgrade.

Italian operators continue 5G FWA push

Vodafone Italia is very excited about hitting its latest 5G fixed wireless access milestone, while one of Italy’s FWA market leaders has changed its name as it embarks on a new, wholesale-only strategy.

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