Telecommunications

Most Trending Companies on Twitter Q2 2022

Verdict has listed five of the most trending companies in telecommunications-related Twitter discussions, using research from GlobalData’s Technology Influencer Platform.

Top Companies are the most mentioned companies among Twitter discussions of more than 266 telecommunications experts tracked by GlobalData’s Technology Influencer Platform during the second quarter (Q2) of 2022.

1. AT&T – 1,040 mentions

5G providers like AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile are raising some prices and fees to meet financial growth goals, with AT&T Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) helping improve staff productivity in Purdue Indiana’s 5G zone , and AT&T seizing the opportunities of 5G and turning it into a platform for innovation, were some of the most popular discussions in the second quarter.

Mike Dano, a journalist, shared an article about the outsized customer growth rates in the US wireless industry that are beginning to slow. In response, 5G providers such as AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile have raised some prices and fees to meet their financial growth goals. Much of the increase was attributed to inflation and its effects on the telecommunications market, the article details. This is not surprising since some telecommunications providers are happy to increase the cost of their equipment, Dano added.

US telecommunications providers have also recently increased the money they receive for offering the same services, albeit through different mechanisms. AT&T, for example, started the trend by raising prices for customers subscribing to certain older plans. However, the issue drew more attention when Verizon said it would raise prices, through an administration fee, for all of its customers by around $1.30 and $2.20 per month, notes the article again. Telecom providers are looking to spend heavily on 5G in the near future, with AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile having already spent billions licensing median spectrum for 5G, and now spending more to bring those licenses into effect with new ones. 5G equipment.

AT&T is a telecommunications, media and technology services company headquartered in Dallas, Texas, United States. The company provides wireless communications, data/broadband and Internet services, local and long distance telephone services, telecommunications equipment, managed networks and wholesale services. It also develops, produces and distributes feature films, television, games and content in physical and digital formats.

2. Qualcomm Incorporated – 193 mentions

Qualcomm’s 3GPP Release-17 intended to expand 5G, the company’s focus on technologies and applications designed to bring more non-smartphone connections to 5G networks, and the company’s new AFC service to boost 6 GHz Wi-Fi networks, were widely discussed in the second quarter.

Evan Kirstel, chief digital evangelist at advertising firm eViRa Health, shared an article about semiconductor company Qualcomm unveiling another 5G milestone, version 17 of the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP). This development completes the first phase of 5G’s technological evolution, while solidifying Release 17 as the foundation for extending 5G to new devices, deployments and applications beyond phones and wearables, the Internet of objects (IoT), and more, the detailed article.

According to Qualcomm, version 17 brings new enhancements to the 5G system, expanding its reach to new network topologies and applications, the article notes. Key areas for improvement include device power savings, spectrum expansion, improved private networks, and improved single repeaters. The company also said that version 17 offers system optimizations for many applications and devices, including reduced capacity devices, sidelink extension, non-terrestrial networks, broadcast/multicast expansion and reality. unlimited scope.

Qualcomm Incorporated (Qualcomm) designs and manufactures digital wireless telecommunications products and services. Its headquarters are in San Diego, California, USA. The company offers integrated circuits and system software for mobile wireless devices. Its offerings include radio frequency transceivers, consumer wireless products, modems, processors, integrated power management and wireless connectivity chipsets.

3. T-Mobile US Inc – 149 mentions

T-Mobile’s partnership with Cradlepoint to provide 5G fixed wireless Internet solutions, the company’s 2.5 GHz spectrum lease agreement for 5G with the Broward County School Board in Georgia, and its disclaimer to users regarding an unblockable smishing campaign, were popular discussions. in Q2.

Technology expert Craig Brown shared an article about wireless network operator T-Mobile and Cradlepoint, part of telecom company Ericsson, collaborating to deliver a custom-designed all-in-one 5G router for T-Mobile Business Internet. clients. The article further highlighted that this new solution is the first to combine Cradlepoint’s custom-designed E320 5G router and NetCloud service with T-Mobile’s nationwide 5G footprint and managed services capabilities. The router can be installed and running in minutes, providing organizations with the speed, security, flexibility and managed services required.

T-Mobile US Inc (T-Mobile) is a telecommunications service provider headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, United States. The company offers wireless telecommunications services and many services, including voice, text messaging, video calls and data communications to customers. It serves postpaid, prepaid and wholesale customers. The company provides wireless Internet access and other data services to shopping malls.

4. Nokia Corp – 105 mentions

Nokia’s drive to jointly develop private 5G networks with Indian companies, Latvian telecommunications company LMT selecting Nokia for 5G Standalone (SA) Core to enable new 5G services, and the company dealing with network security in the under its 5G certification program, have been the subject of popular discussion in the second quarter.

Danish Khan, a tech and telecommunications journalist, shared an article about Finnish telecommunications company Nokia stating that it is ready to develop private 5G networks with Indian companies. Ricky Corker, director of customer experience at Nokia, said the company continues to sell its technology through its service providers in an effort to sell connectivity and private wireless-like solutions. However, the company was willing to develop these solutions directly with customers given its feasibility, the article notes.

According to Corker, private networks are emerging globally through both telcos and enterprises, and both models have worked well. For example, countries like Finland, UK, Germany, Japan, Australia and Sweden have decided to allocate company-specific spectrum. Meanwhile, India’s telecom regulator, Trai, has also suggested allowing private companies to establish private 5G captive networks by obtaining spectrum directly from the government, the article details.

Nokia Corp (Nokia) is a communications and information technology company headquartered in Espoo, Finland. The company offers networks, mobile phones, Wi-Fi systems, IP routing, subscriber data management, network implementation, network modernization, IoT and 5G services. It also offers network management, mobility, business, managed, analytics and application services.

5. Verizon Communications Inc – 101 mentions

Verizon having unveiled 5G ultra-broadband access in Los Angeles, the company is expanding its use of Citizen Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) from 4G to 5G, and Verizon is allowing companies to deploy their own 5G network or outsourcing it to a mobile network operator or systems integrator were some of the most popular discussions in the second quarter.

Ronald van Loon, CEO of Intelligent World, a network connecting businesses, influencers and experts in technology, AI, data and analytics, shared an article about the wireless service provider based in the United States having launched 5G ultra-broadband access in Los Angeles, including areas of Chinatown, Downtown, Del Rey and Venice. The initial rollout focused on sites such as the Staples Center, LA Convention Center, Grant Park and the Venice Beach Boardwalk, the article further notes. Los Angeles is Verizon’s 19th 5G city and is working to reach its goal of 30 cities by the end of 2019.

Verizon Communications Inc (Verizon) is a provider of communications, information and entertainment products and services headquartered in New York, New York, United States. The company provides voice, data and video services and solutions through its wireless and wireline networks. Its multimedia offerings include music, video, games and news content.