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    1. Network architectures for outdoor small cells

      Network architectures for outdoor small cells

      Small cells are one of the fastest-growing parts of the wireless infrastructure market, with year-over-year shipment growth of at least 50% for the last 16 quarters, according to the analysts at Dell’Oro Group. Carriers deploy small cells indoors and outdoors, and also sell indoor small cells to their customers. The outdoor small cell market is taking off as carriers densify their networks to support 5G.

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    2. Edge computing is essential for real-time and 5G

      Edge computing is essential for real-time and 5G

      Ericsson–and every other telecom infrastructure vendor–are pushing hard to develop the underlying 5G technologies that will support a broad range of applications that leverage the promised ultra high capacity and very low latency promised by the emerging 5G New Radio specification. From hardware to software, a big piece of this is cloud-native design. But, in some cases, transporting data to the cloud isn’t enough. That means compute and processing power has to be moved closer to the end user.

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    3. Tackling Tech: What's a DAS and Why NFL Fans Should Care

      Tackling Tech: What's a DAS and Why NFL Fans Should Care

      Live PFW in Progress Thu., Sep. 21, 2017 11:55 AM to 2:00 PM EDT Go behind the pages of Patriots Football Weekly on their online radio show exclusively on Patriots.com. Send in your questions and comments... Disclaimer The opinions, analysis and/or speculation expressed on Patriots.com represent those of individual authors, and unless quoted or clearly labeled as such, do not represent the opinions or policies of the New England Patriots organization, front office staff, coaches and executives.

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    4. Mayors from 5 California cities tell state to keep hands off wireless antennas

      Mayors from 5 California cities tell state to keep hands off wireless antennas

      Local Mayors from 5 California cities tell state to keep hands off wireless antennas By Dominic Fracassa Image 1 of 3 The power amplifier for a small cell is seen on a light pole on Wednesday, February 2, 2017 in San Francisco, Calif. The power amplifier for a small cell is seen on a light pole on Wednesday, February 2, 2017 in San Francisco, Calif. Photo: Lea Suzuki, The Chronicle Image 2 of 3 California state Sen. Ben Hueso, D-San Diego, introduced the small-cell antenna bill.

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    5. Cheytec Telecommunications announces exciting new partnership with Communication Technology Services

      Cheytec Telecommunications announces exciting new partnership with Communication Technology Services

      Cheytec Telecommunications announces exciting new partnership with Communication Technology Services SAYREVILLE, N.J. Cheytec Telecommunications, a market leader of in-building cellular and wireless connectivity solutions announced an exciting new partnership with Communication Technology Services (CTS), a nationwide infrastructure solutions provider.The partnership welcomes CTS into a new Cheytec program called "Accelerate", under which Cheytec licenses Ericsson and Nokia small cell radio and wireless signaling hardware to end-users for use in Distributed Antenna System (DAS) and other in-building solutions.Cheytec has an extensive real estate portfolio and a unique ability to procure and license the Nokia and Ericsson equipment required to ...

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    6. Verizon pushes FCC for “one-touch” siting reform

      Verizon pushes FCC for “one-touch” siting reform

      Verizon pushes FCC for “one-touch” siting reform 19 SEP 2017 Tweet Verizon renewed its call for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to adopt a “one-touch” approach meant to streamline new infrastructure deployments. According to the operator, a “one-touch make-ready” strategy would provide faster access to utility poles and increase installation efficiency for new small cells and fiber by allowing a single contractor to do all the work.

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    7. China Telecom Global chooses Versa Networks for global SD-WAN

      China Telecom Global chooses Versa Networks for global SD-WAN

      China Telecom Global (CTG), a multinational telecom service provider, announced it has chosen Versa Networks as its main vendor for its software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) and software-defined security (SD-Security) solutions. CTG is among the first telecom service provider to deploy a SD-WAN service worldwide.

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    8. Huawei to invest $200 million for telco digital transformation

      Huawei to invest $200 million for telco digital transformation

      HONG KONG–Huawei Global Technical Services (GTS) focuses on the provision of expertise and service solutions for operators willing to implement digital transformation strategies. According to the Chinese vendor, operators embracing digital transformation need to redefine business processes and business models, which can be a challenging process for telcos.

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    9. KT to start deploying 5G ahead of the 2018 Winter Olympics

      KT to start deploying 5G ahead of the 2018 Winter Olympics

      South Korean mobile carrier KT confirmed it will start deploying its 5G network in major parts of PyeongChang this month in a move to accelerate its preparations for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.

      KT signed an agreement with Korea Expressway Corp (KEC) for the deployment of 5G infrastructure on major roads and facilities in PyeongChang.

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    10. Carriers talk network strategy for 5G, unlimited

      Carriers talk network strategy for 5G, unlimited

      The CEOs of AT&T, Sprint and Verizon laid out some of the key points driving their network strategies at last week’s Goldman Sachs Communicopia conference. Verizon continued its laser-focus on its network, particularly on laying the groundwork (or fiber, in this case) for 5G; AT&T aims to make gigabit network speeds more ubiquitous as well as reap value from becoming a major digital media company with the acquisition of Time Warner; and Sprint discussed its continuing turnaround and the shift it is making toward more aggressive network upgrades now that the company as a whole is a ...

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    11. Huawei, DT claim 5G in milestone with European test

      Huawei, DT claim 5G in milestone with European test

      HONG KONG–Deutsche Telekom (DT) has announced what it claims to be Europe’s first 5G connection based on the under-development 3GPP standard, which is set for completion in Q3 next year. The German telco said that the 5G connection reached more than 2 Gbps and a latency of three milliseconds over a 3.7 GHz spectrum link on a commercial network in Central Berlin.

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    12. Optical anyhaul: Addressing mobile transport and the path to 5G (Reader Forum)

      Optical anyhaul: Addressing mobile transport and the path to 5G (Reader Forum)

      Mobile transport networks are on the threshold of a major transformation driven by the demands of 5G wireless technology. The demands include greater coverage, connectivity, and availability, along with dramatically improved speeds and latency.

      A key goal for mobile operators is to enhance revenue from traditional markets while developing revolutionary new services and applications that take advantage of the new 5G infrastructure.

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    13. 5 ways 5G will change your life

      5 ways 5G will change your life

      5G will get here soon, starting with fixed wireless access and moving on to full mobility in the years ahead. How is it going to impact your life once it rolls out?

      1. Faster internet speeds. First and foremost, this kind of data transmission will lead to blazing fast internet speeds—we’re talking upwards of 10 GB per second.
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    14. DT, Huawei hit standards-based 5G milestone in Europe

      DT, Huawei hit standards-based 5G milestone in Europe

      Partners carried out this 5G trial on the telco’s commercial network in Berlin

      HONG KONG–Deutsche Telekom (DT) has announced what it claims to be Europe’s first 5G connection based on the latest 3GPP standard. The German telco said that the 5G connection reached more than 2 Gbps and a latency of three milliseconds over a 3.7 GHz spectrum link on a commercial network in Central Berlin.

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    15. Florida Keys: Returning to normal one call or text at a time

      Florida Keys: Returning to normal one call or text at a time

      The Florida Keys are a special place. My then-girlfriend, now wife Katherine and I moved there in 2008 after we finished college. As a graduation gift, my parents took us to Key West for a week-long vacation; a little less than a month later we moved into our first apartment together—a third-floor walk-up at the corner of Duval and Caroline streets in the heart of Old Town. We were initially drawn by the tropical scenery, crystal waters, endless nightlife and live-and-let-live attitude.

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