In this week's show, Roger reviews a largely underwhelming CES, including the collapse of an agreement between Huawei and AT&T.
Roger Entner and special guest Glenn Lurie, the CEO of Synchronoss Technologies and former head of AT&T’s mobility and consumer operations, discuss the year ahead for the wireless industry.
Roger Entner of Recon Analytics on the FCC’s vote to curb Title II regulation of internet providers, plus T-Mobile acquires a set-top box company in hopes of launching a pay TV service.
This week, Roger Entner on the 1-gigabit threshold in T-Mobile lab tests and Dish’s CEO stepping aside to focus on wireless.
Roger Entner of Recon Analytics discusses the forthcoming launch of commercial 5G fixed wireless service from Verizon, as well as how tax reform legislation could impact the wireless industry.
This week, Roger Entner on Sprint offering Hulu access to its unlimited customers and what's next for Broadcom as it seeks a merger with Qualcomm.
Roger Entner talks "net neutrality" and the impact of an antitrust lawsuit to block the merger between AT&T and Time Warner.
Roger discusses the possibility of new spectrum license terms, a new edge computing zone in California and the firestorm over the AT&T-Time Warner merger.
Roger Entner discusses the end of merger talks between Sprint and T-Mobile and more cable companies preparing to jump into the wireless market.
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