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    1. Research and Markets: North America In-Building Wireless Market by System Components, by End-User and by Business ...

      DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rr8w8b/north_america) has announced the addition of the "North America In-Building Wireless Market by System Components (Antenna, Cabling, Small Cell, Repeater, Distributed Antenna System), by End-User (Commercial, Hospitality, Institution, Hospital, Retail, Government), by Business Model (Carrier, Host ...

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    2. FCC disagrees on funding rural broadband

      FCC disagrees on funding rural broadband

      From a podium in Omaha, Neb., FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai, the regulatory board’s most vocal conservative member, announced his vision of bringing broadband Internet to rural America.

      Contrary to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler’s vision of offering $1.7 billion in subsidies to expand the Lifeline Assistance Program, Pai proposes making modest changes to the existing Universal Service Fund Rules.

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    3. Heterogeneous networks also help to accommodate the growing requirement for hot-spot distribution and spectral efficiency illuminated by new report

      Heterogeneous networks also help to accommodate the growing requirement for hot-spot distribution and spectral efficiency illuminated by new report

      Other major players in the HetNets small cells and carrier Wi-Fi market include Airhop Communications, Airvana LLC, Alvarion, AT&T, Blinq Networks, Cambridge Broadband Networks, Cisco Systems, Cloudberry Mobile, Ericsson, Huawei Technologies, IP Access ...

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    4. Small cells to be $2B market by 2020

      Small cells to be $2B market by 2020

      With carriers betting big on small cell and the Federal Communications Commission examining the potential of LTE-Unlicensed, an industry analyst firm projects that LTE-U small cells will be a $2 billion market by 2020.

      MarketResearch.com made that projection in a new industry report. The researchers forecast an 80% compounded annual growth rate between 2016 and the end of the decade.

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    5. Software Wrap: Huawei, Masergy and OpenDaylight push NFV and SDN boundaries

      Software Wrap: Huawei, Masergy and OpenDaylight push NFV and SDN boundaries

      Network infrastructure provider Huawei continued its push into the virtualized world, announcing nine software-defined networking and network functions virtualization platforms at the recent Open Networking Summit 2015 event.

      Three of the platforms focused on increasing network agility, including its Flow Engine 2.0; Open Network Lab’s Open Network Operating System-based IP+optical synergy; and an open source on-demand bandwidth adjustment for optical network transport.

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    6. Densification drives backhaul evolution

      Densification drives backhaul evolution

      Densification in metro networks becomes increasingly challenging largely due to limited real estate and fiber access. This trend has forced the evolution of radio backhaul technology as evidenced by Fastback Networks’ IBR, which works in any line-of-sight condition.

      The Intelligent Backhaul Radio from Fastback was selected by managed services firm Perseus for a challenging deployment in lower Manhattan, according to a June 29 announcement from the companies.

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    7. Nokia and SK Telecom verify new network architecture for 5G

      Nokia and SK Telecom verify new network architecture for 5G

      Nokia continues its leadership role in 5G research with a new network architecture developed in partnership with SK Telecom. The companies have separated the user plane from the control plane. SK Telecom said that the physical separation of the control plane and the user plane within the LTE core will offer the benefits of both centralized and distributed network models.

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      Mentions: Nokia SK Telecom
    8. Reader Forum: The road to 5G begins in the cloud (RAN)

      Reader Forum: The road to 5G begins in the cloud (RAN)

      There is agreement in the telecom industry that the future of wireless networks is “5G.” However, ask anyone in the industry to define 5G and you’ll get many different answers. As the industry works out what the next-gen of wireless technology will ultimately encompass, Radisys is beginning to see early glimmers of what a 5G world will look like.

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      Mentions: Google RadiSys VoIP
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