Posted by Frank Boulben on December 7, 2011
Lately, LightSquared has been quite busy signing up a variety of new partners, across a wide range of industries. While this certainly signals exciting momentum for LightSquared, if you take a closer look – and as Fierce Wireless recently pointed out – you’ll notice a very compelling story about “non-traditional”
Posted by Sanjiv Ahuja on November 22, 2011
As a wholesale-only wireless network operator, LightSquared is on the frontlines of the effort to provide the necessary capacity to meet the growing demand for wireless Internet access everywhere. Devices are evolving to offer more features, apps are exploding in popularity and consumer habits are generating more traffic than ever
Posted by Terry Neal on November 17, 2011
The World Wide Web celebrated its 20th birthday this year, a turning point in global communications – even in world history. But long after the Internet has become an integral part of daily life in every corner of the planet, more than 30 percent of American households still don’t use
Posted by Martin Harriman on November 4, 2011
In the last few weeks, several innovative companies have stepped forward with multiple solutions to LightSquared’s interference problems with GPS. These announcements, from Javad GNSS, Partron America and PCTEL Inc., fundamentally undermine claims by our critics that the interference issue can’t be fixed.
We have already solved the problem
Our Partners in Progress: Bringing the Wireless Revolution to American Consumers and Small Businesses
Posted by Frank Boulben on October 4, 2011
As LightSquared awaits FCC approval to launch the nation’s first wholesale-only integrated 4G-LTE wireless broadband and satellite network, we’ve been busy signing agreements with 17 partners across the country eager to offer their customers world-class wireless service at a fraction of the cost of building their own networks.
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