Diana Goovaerts
Editor

Diana Goovaerts is Editor of Wireless Week. With two years of telecommunications industry experience, she also comes to the table armed with five years of newspaper reporting and scholarly book publishing experience. Diana looks forward to exploring emerging wireless technologies as well as the innovations from the world's wireless carriers.

A Penn State alum, Diana loves reading, hiking, kayaking and international travel. She lives in northern New Jersey with her boyfriend and their pack of furry friends.

AT&T is trying to get a better grip on video – specifically delivery of its DirecTV products in a 5G environment. The carrier this week announced its...
6.27.2017
2:48pm
The legal battle between Qualcomm and the Federal Trade Commission is set to drag on after U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh shot down a motion for dismissal...
6.27.2017
2:26pm
Now that FirstNet has released its State Plans, Roger looks at what comes next and what it means for the industry.
6.27.2017
10:43am
The market for hardware related to unlicensed and shared spectrum technologies like LTE-U, LAA, and CBRS is expected to hit $1.7 billion as deployments ramp up...
6.27.2017
10:41am
Though the market has been abuzz lately with talk of a potential Sprint hookup with fellow U.S. wireless carrier T-Mobile, the Wall Street Journal reported...
6.27.2017
9:53am
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The Un-carrier on Monday said LTE-U is already live for users with compatible handsets in six cities across the nation, with more set to come later this year.
6.26.2017
4:31pm
T-Mobile and AT&T duked it out early this week in their race to unleash unlicensed spectrum, turning out back-to-back announcements of License Assisted...
6.26.2017
4:29pm
5G will be significantly more software-driven, and Baker said operators have already expressed their concern that legacy hardware vendors won’t play nice with...
6.26.2017
2:39pm
CBRS Alliance member T-Mobile warned the device ecosystem for the band won’t flourish without significant and sustained operator investment. And that, the Un-...
6.26.2017
2:02pm
Vodafone UK has tapped Ericsson to help it roll out advanced 4G technologies, including massive MIMO and carrier aggregation.
6.26.2017
1:24pm
In this episode, we team up with our sponsor Qualcomm to tackle the topic of 5G NR - what and how far along it is, and what needs to happen next to put 5G in...
6.26.2017
11:40am
The FCC this week gave OneWeb the green light to deploy a constellation of 720 low-Earth orbit satellites to provide broadband access in remote and rural...
6.23.2017
12:04pm
T-Mobile said it has resolved an issue that caused network outages for users across the country on Thursday.
6.23.2017
8:15am
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Verizon may have ambitious plans to build out its own fiber network to support small cells, but T-Mobile is happy to outsource the digging to make deployment...
6.23.2017
7:10am
Sprint earlier this week announced a series of recent massive MIMO tests with Samsung in South Korea. But Sprint COO of Technology Guenther Ottendorfer, who...
6.22.2017
2:45pm
Despite its recent loss of Straight Path to Verizon, AT&T believes it has the high frequency spectrum it needs to get started on 5G.
6.22.2017
1:54pm
Sprint is finally kicking off a comeback bid for its Virgin Mobile brand, and is doing so in flashy style. Virgin is making its renewal debut with a $1...
6.21.2017
4:32pm
President Donald Trump is in the midst of another round of meetings with tech titans, and carrier chats are on the agenda.
6.21.2017
3:42pm
Google is making easy for wireless customers on its hybrid WiFi-cellular Project Fi service to split their shared bills.
6.21.2017
1:29pm
Federal Communications Chairman Ajit Pai told members of the Senate that the Commission is moving ahead with cost-cutting initiatives that are already on track...
6.21.2017
1:00pm
Ericsson on Wednesday announced plans to hand over its power modules business to Flex as part of its plan to realign its focus on core portfolio offerings.
6.21.2017
12:06pm
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The Zigbee Alliance this week is addressing an Internet of Things (IoT) pain point with a new mesh network technology capable of supporting multiple frequency...
6.21.2017
11:13am
NTT has a 100 percent SD-WAN offering, Sprint adds even more stores, AT&T eyes cybersecurity, and more!
6.20.2017
1:56pm
Nokia on Tuesday said it’s found a way for operators to reuse existing fiber-to-the-home deployments to provide 4G and 5G fronthaul with ultra-low latency.
6.20.2017
12:37pm
Carrier spending on deployments of small cells, centralized RAN (C-RAN), distributed antenna systems (DAS), and WiFi is expected to hit $15 billion by the end...
6.20.2017
12:00pm
Roger digs into Sprint's recent promotion offering a free year of unlimited service.
6.20.2017
11:10am
Sprint is pushing ahead with its quest for gigabit LTE speeds with a new series of massive MIMO tests with Samsung in South Korea.
6.20.2017
9:17am
Verizon may not be planning to ditch CDMA for voice customers just yet, but already begun the process of wooing them away from their old devices.
6.20.2017
7:15am
Three months after cementing their partnership, FirstNet and AT&T are handing over network plans to the states.
6.19.2017
4:56pm
The FCC is once again in the middle of a tug-of-war between industry and advocacy groups, this time battling over licensing rules for Citizens Broadband Radio...
6.19.2017
1:18pm
Sprint continued on its distribution enhancement roll this week, with a newly announced plan to open nearly 40 new stores in the city by the end of next year.
6.19.2017
12:27pm
VR sales and shipments are really pointless unless they come with the content to keep users hooked to the platform. That’s where Nokia and Technicolor are...
6.19.2017
10:51am
AT&T offers Roku with DirecTV Now, Verizon offers new enterprise service, U.S. Cellular has an iPhone deal, HUawei teams up with Tableau, and more.
6.16.2017
2:33pm
To show you just how high the hurdles are, here’s the state of the U.S. smartphone market in visual form...
6.16.2017
11:29am
A new report from NPD Group indicates unlocked phone users are more likely to switch both carriers and device brands than their locked device counterparts.
6.16.2017
10:54am
Some of the comments from the T-Mobile One pushback taken alongside a new survey from MATRIXX Software suggest that maybe what some customers really want is...
6.16.2017
10:37am
Back at Mobile World Congress in March, AT&T’s VP of RAN and Device Design Gordon Mansfield told Wireless Week the carrier had four carrier aggregation in...
6.16.2017
9:34am
As the process for states to opt in or out of AT&T’s FirstNet build gets underway, Rivada Networks is arguing that a little vendor competition will push...
6.15.2017
11:36am
Sprint certifies a Telit IoT module, Qualcomm gets NXP approval, Nokia and Spark work on network upgrades, and more.
6.15.2017
11:23am