Verizon and AT&T at center of 3GPP 5G standards fight

RCR Wireless by: Dan Meyer October 26, 2016 Recent 3GPP meeting showed continued progress toward 5G standards, though a potential rift between Verizon and AT&T in terms of timing With “4G” networks using LTE-Advanced enhancements rolling out rapidly across parts...

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