Author Archives: Unison

Operators Slow to Adopt Small Cells

Source: Wirelessweek.com Continue reading

Posted in Cell Site Technology | 1 Comment

Wireless Carrier M&A: What are the top 5 most likely operator hookups to happen next?

Many argue that mergers and acquisitions in the wireless industry are more probable and powerful today than ever before. Read more to find out why…

Posted in Mergers and Acquisitions | Leave a comment

Sprint’s ‘Network Vision’ Reason to Buy Now

Could Sprint’s “Network Vision” plan be enough to pull it out of a long-downward sprial? Read more…

Posted in Sprint | Leave a comment

Apple’s Cook: We don’t need to be a wireless carrier

Apple’s CEO Cook noted that most of Apple’s business occurs outside the United States. ”Owning something just in the U.S. would not have great value in our total worldwide footprint,” he said. “I really think that guys that have it know … Continue reading

Posted in Key Events in the Wireless Industry | 1 Comment

LightSquared: Icahn sells holdings, company keeps battling default

LightSquared has gained room in negotiations to avoid defaulting on 1.6 billion debt, Read more…

Posted in Cell Site Technology, Key Events in the Wireless Industry | Leave a comment

Sprint confirms use of iDEN spectrum for LTE by 2014

Sprint customers will not have to wait until 2014 to experience LTE connectivity; the cellco’s 4G network is set to launch in Dallas, Atlanta, Houston and San Antonio and Read more….

Posted in Sprint | Leave a comment

Sprint ends network-hosting deal with LightSquared, will repay $65M

The termination of the deal was expected after regulators at the FCC effectively blocked LightSquared from launching its network.  Read more…

Posted in Key Events in the Wireless Industry | Leave a comment

Infonetics: Small cells taking off, femtos leaving home

About 83 percent of mobile operators interviewed by Infonetics said they had deployed small cell, with the rest indicating they would do so this year.  Read more…

Posted in Cell Site Technology | Leave a comment

How the iPhone Zapped Carriers

Why is the U.S. wireless industry in such straits, as shown by AT&T Inc.’s crucial but failed plan to buy T-Mobile USA?  Read more…

Posted in Key Events in the Wireless Industry, Mergers and Acquisitions | Leave a comment

Sprint’s stock plunges following LTE strategy conference

Investors and analysts reacted with a mix of disappointment and frustration to Sprint Nextel’s (NYSE:S) 4G strategy conference Friday, sending the company’s stock down, with one analyst calling Sprint currently “un-investable.” Read more: Sprint’s stock plunges following LTE strategy conference … Continue reading

Posted in Sprint | Leave a comment