Why 5G Wireless Is Not Yet Up To Speed: Jeff Kagan

Jeff Kagan | |

We have been hearing for years about the incredible speeds and low latency that 5G will bring. It seems that the advertising from major wireless carriers is getting our mouths watering in anticipation. We see the 5G icon on the screen and think we are getting those fast speeds now. When users actually test their speed using Ookla Speedtest or something similar, however, they are usually disappointed. Let’s take a closer look at the problem. When will we finally get access to the fast speeds and low latency that 5G offers?

Why Verizon Is Up and AT&T Is Still Down: Jeff Kagan

Jeff Kagan | |

Both Verizon and AT&T are finally getting back on track focusing on 5G and wireless. Why is it that Verizon seems to be recovering more quickly than AT&T?

Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile Brands Need Reinvigorating: Jeff Kagan

Jeff Kagan | |

At this year’s annual Goldman Sachs Communacopia conference, and frankly from many other recent appearances, top executives from most communications companies said they are in a period of transition from who they were, to who they will become going forward. Let’s explore what this means to customers, workers and investors.

Broadcom Beats Fiscal Q3 Estimates, Raises Q4 Forecast

Reuters | |

Broadcom Inc forecast fourth-quarter revenue above Wall Street expectations on Thursday, betting on strong demand for its semiconductors from the adoption of 5G technology and a shift to hybrid work models.

Broadcom's efforts to diversify revenue by ramping up investments in its software business has insulated the company from being heavily impacted by supply chain disruptions.

Is Motorola Making a Comeback in Wireless? Jeff Kagan

Jeff Kagan | |

Is Motorola making a comeback in the wireless smartphone marketplace? It led the space until the 1990s, when it collapsed. Its never-say-die attitude, however, seems to be slowly working.

AT&T Signs First 5G Connected Car Deal With GM: Jeff Kagan

Jeff Kagan | |

AT&T has entered the 5G wireless connected car race by signing its first deal with GM. This deal will enable General Motors vehicles to be equipped with 5G wireless devices, connectivity and operations using the AT&T Mobility network beginning in 2024. So, let’s take a closer look at this exciting autonomous driving and connected car space which will continue to grow in importance going forward.

Why AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon Lost Interest in Pay TV: Jeff Kagan

Jeff Kagan | |

Why AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon lost interest in pay TV. Why they now see 5G, wireless and Internet as their real growth opportunities for the next decade.

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