Nokia has signed a five-year deal with AT&T to deploy the mobile operator’s C-Band network in parts of the U.S. By deploying 5G in C-Band spectrum with Nokia
AT&T and Microsoft are teaming up to enable enterprises to seamlessly connect machines and equipment to the cloud with highly secure network connectivity across the globe. As part of the effort, AT&T is working with Microsoft to deliver an integrated IoT solution with Azure Sphere.
AT&T and Microsoft have entered into a major multiyear cloud/5G deal where Microsoft will be the preferred cloud provider for non-network applications, as part of AT&T's broader public cloud first strategy, and will support AT&T as it consolidates its data centre infrastructure and operations.
In the United States, AT&T has been creating a lot of controversy for its 5G Evolution (5G E) naming, which is the company’s consumer-facing name for LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) technology. 5G E in essence is an extension of existing 4G LTE technology and is not in fact true 5G.
AT&T and Nokia are teaming up to provide virtually seamless Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity around the world.The companies are using Nokia's Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING) to offer AT&T's enterprise customers the benefits of Nokia's global IoT ecosystem. These include core network, dedicated IoT operations, billing, security, data analytics, and more.
In the United States, AT&T has announced they will be carrying an exclusive space black version of the KEYone starting September 1.
In the United States, Samsung says that more than 93 percent of all recalled Galaxy Note7 devices have been returned. However, that still leaves 7 percent of users still refraining from returning their Note7 devices.
AT&T and Time Warner today announced they have entered into a definitive agreement under which AT&T will acquire Time Warner in a stock-and-cash transaction valued at $107.50 per share.
An email sent to US Senate staffers yesterday has informed them that BlackBerry smartphones will no longer be officially issued. The email was sent to Administrative Managers, Chief Clerks, and System Administrators.
According to a high-level AT&T executive, who asked not to be named, the first Android smartphone by BlackBerry is "really struggling" with a disappointing rate of return.