Cooperation, not competition, will better serve LTE-U/LAA

Monica AllevenWith both T-Mobile US (NYSE:TMUS) and Verizon (NYSE: VZ) moving forward with plans to commercially launch LTE in unlicensed spectrum bands, it seems only apropos that the cellular and Wi-Fi industries take the opportunity to collaborate and work closer together. In her latest column, FierceWirelessTech editor Monica Alleven explains why wireless' biggest players need to cooperate, not compete, on LTE-U/LAA. Read all the details here.

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