Sprint Nextel posts wider loss
Sprint Nextel’s subscriber base continues to weaken. Go to full story... ...
- Written by Urgent Communications Administrator
- 15th May 2008
Sprint Nextel’s subscriber base continues to weaken.
FCC votes early to advance 900 MHz broadband proposal from pdvWirelessFCC commissioners yesterday voted unanimously to adopt a long-awaited notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) that would let pdvWireless consolidate its many slivers of 900 MHz narrowband spectrum into a 3×3 MHz swath that could support dedicated LTE broadband services for utilities and other enterprises. FCC commissioners initially were scheduled to vote on the 900 MHz […]
Motorola Solutions provides insight into company’s progress on MCPTT, MCData, MCVideoMotorola Solutions’ broadband push-to-talk offering—driven by Kodiak technology acquired in 2017—meets most of the 3GPP standard for mission-critical push to talk (MCPTT), but the lack of available proximity services (ProSe) chipsets remains the biggest hurdle to being fully MCPTT-compliant, according to company official. AT&T recently announced the availability its upgraded Enhanced Push to Talk (EPTT) […]
AT&T says fully compliant MCPTT offering will be available next yearAT&T announced plans to make emergency calling and other features of the LTE mission-critical-push-to-talk (MCPTT) standard available next month and deliver a fully MCPTT-compliant offering during the second half of next year for subscribers to FirstNet and AT&T Business services, according to AT&T officials. New features being unveiled next month will be included in AT&T’s […]
Updated: Motorola Solutions 'chomping at the bit' to complete contract worth more than $600 million for statewide Florida system that needs to be operational in June 2021[Editor’s note: This story was updated on Friday evening to include additional information from Motorola Solutions about the following items: Florida state agencies will have to pay for the P25 radios for their personnel that use the system, and that a P25 radio from any vendor could work on the proposed statewide system. Earlier in […]