BARCELONA, Spain--Freeing up the 1755-1780 MHz block through spectrum sharing will not only aid U.S. mobile operators that desperately need additional frequencies for mobile broadband but it will also aid spectrum harmonization efforts across the Americas, said Neville Ray, T-Mobile USA CTO.
T-Mobile USA has deployed HSPA+ on its refarmed PCS 1900 MHz spectrum in 23 cities, covering 100 million people with the improved service, according to CTO Neville Ray.
There is an obvious disconnect between MetroPCS and its suitor T-Mobile USA when it comes to Rich Communication Services (RCS) and voice over LTE (VoLTE). Either MetroPCS' efforts will ultimately be in vain once the merger of the two operators is completed or, possibly, T-Mobile will employ lessons learned from MetroPCS' experiences and use those to rapidly introduce a host of groundbreaking new services.
T-Mobile and Metro PCS' combined company will have 76 MHz of total spectrum in the top 25 major metro areas, and T-Mobile will also gain some new telecom infrastructure, such as some 6,000 distributed antenna system (DAS) nodes that MetroPCS has deployed. FierceBroadbandWireless Editor Tammy Parker recently spoke with T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray regarding MetroPCS, DAS and spectrum.
Until October 3, T-Mobile USA's Neville Ray was merely a chief technology officer. Now he is a "rock star" charged with engineering the largest U.S. mobile network merger in history.
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with Neville Ray, CTO of T-Mobile USA At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this month T-Mobile USA made headlines with plans to upgrade its network to HSPA+ 42 , which represents a
LAS VEGAS--In a rare press conference at the CTIA 2010 trade show, T-Mobile USA revealed more details about its HSPA+ buildout plans and touted its new high-speed mobile broadband network advantages