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    1. Symmetricom and Mindspeed bring Precision Timing to Small Cells

      /PRNewswire/ -- Symmetricom®, Inc. (NASDAQ:SYMM), a worldwide leader in precision time and frequency technologies, and Mindspeed Technologies®, (NASDAQ:MSPD), an industry leader in technology for small cell chips today announced they are working together to set the industry standard for precise time synchronization to include precision timing and GPS functionality to small cell system-on-chip (SoC) products. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110829/AQ59077LOGO) The integration of  Preci
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    2. LTE small cells help mobile operators cope with mobile broadband growth

      LTE small cells are an important tool for mobile operators coping with spectrum constraints as mobile broadband data traffic growth continues, but large-scale demand for small cell base stations will not take off until late 2013 or early 2014, according to Yankee Group principal analyst Ken Rehbehn. Mobile operators can choose from a variety of small cell base stations being offered by both large network equipment providers and smaller specialty vendors, Rehbehn noted in a blog. Limited licensed
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    3. Enterprise small cells will catch up to Das: Abi

      According to ABI Research, both DAS and enterprise small cell equipment will each reach the Rs.10,928.96 crore ($2 billion) mark by 2016. Both markets are growing at a steady rate with DAS continuing to see deployments in large and medium sized public buildings, mostly above 1,50,000 sq. feet. However enterprise small cells will see most of their deployments in smaller buildings below 1,00,000 sq. feet. Aditya Kaul, practice director, mobile networks at ABI Research says that DAS vendors seem mo
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    4. Wireless backhaul to be a $9B market by 2016, says Dell'Oro

      The wireless operator community's move to deploy more cell sites to support upcoming deployments of LTE and their overall migration to IP is creating a healthy market opportunity for transport and router vendors, says Dell'Oro Group. In its recently released market report, the mobile backhaul market, including transport and routers & switches, is forecast to reach $9 billion by 2016. The ...
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    5. ACMA consults on licensing arrangements for femtocells

      The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is developing licensing arrangements to facilitate the deployment of femtocells in non-spectrum-licensed areas within Australia. Femtocells have already been deployed under existing spectrum licence arrangements in metropolitan and some regional areas of Australia. The licensing approach proposed by the regulator will enable mobile operators to deploy femtocells under existing apparatus licences. The proposed use of an existing apparatus l
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    6. Sprint’s Metrocell Move Should Bring 5 Million Shipment Bonanza By End 2013, Says ABI Research

      OYSTER BAY, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In what is a major endorsement for public access small cells, Sprint Nextel has announced that it will deploy Alcatel-Lucent’s lightRadio Cube Metro Cell to densify its Network Vision LTE network. Sprint plans to use lightRadio metrocells starting in high traffic indoor areas such as entertainment venues, transportation hubs, and business campuses. “We believe ...

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    7. More Outdoor Small Cells Will Ship in 2012 Than Macrocells

      In its latest issue of outdoor small cells market data, ABI Research forecasts that the equipment market will grow to be worth $14.3 billion by 2017. Including outdoor femtocells, picocells, microcells, and carrier Wi-Fi access points, at just over 1 million units forecast in 2012, the number of outdoor small cells sold will surpass the 954,000 macrocells forecast for this year.
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    8. Indoor femtocell market flat in 2012, says ABI

      Indoor femtocell market flat in 2012, says ABI
      Peter Clarke 7/9/2012 7:17 AM EDT LONDON – The market for enterprise and consumer femtocell equipment for communications, also referred to as indoor small cells, will be flat in 2012 in terms of volumes compared with 2011, according to market research firm ABI Research. ABI expects 2.44 million unit shipments in 2012 compared with 2.47 million units shipped in 2011 and by the end of 2012 a total of 5.3 million units will have been deployed. "Silicon
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    9. Infonetics Research: Femtocell Market Ignited by Tight Vendor Battles, Price

      ANALYST NOTE “A slight dip in 3G femtocell revenue per unit held back overall revenue growth in the femtocell market in the first part of the year, but price erosion is an important factor that will drive long-term volume growth,” notes Richard Webb, directing analyst for microwave, mobile offload and mobile broadband devices at Infonetics Research. “Femtocell price erosion is due to a combination of factors, including new component suppliers entering the fray, manufacturing efficiencies, and th
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    10. Infonetics Research: Femtocell Market Ignited by Tight Vendor Battles, Price

      Erosion, Shift to the Enterprise By Business Wire Article Rating: Rate July 3, 2012 12:30 PM EDT * Related * Print * Email * Feedback * Add This * Blog This Market research firm Infonetics Research released excerpts from its first quarter (1Q12) Femtocell Equipment market share and forecast report, which tracks femtocells by market segment, technology, and form factor. ANALYST NOTE “A slight dip in 3G femtocell revenu
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    11. Interest in small cells grows, but installation challenges abound

      Smaller base stations will offload mobile networks, but getting access to sites for them is proving to be a challenge Small mobile base stations are getting more attention as operators combat growing data volumes, but rolling out the equipment cost effectively is far from easy, Telefónica UK's chief radio engineer Robert Joyce said during a round table discussion organized by the Small Cell Forum. Use of small cells started in homes and now more operators are planning to use them in public areas
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    12. Interest in small cells grows, but installation challenges abound

      Small mobile base stations are getting more attention as operators combat growing data volumes, but rolling out the equipment cost effectively is far from easy, Telefónica UK's chief radio engineer Robert Joyce said during a round table discussion organized by the Small Cell Forum. Use of small cells started in homes and now more operators are planning to use them in public areas as well, according to market research company Informa Telecoms & Media. For example, SK Telecom in South Korea has st
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    13. Ubiquisys Tops ABI Research Indoor Small Cell Vendor Matrix, Followed by ...

      Alcatel-Lucent and Huawei claimed the second and third spots in the company’s most recent evaluation of worldwide small cell vendors. This matrix primarily covers the competitiveness of vendors that provide access points for residential and enterprise small cells. “Ubiquisys takes the top spot on the back of its continued commitment to innovation with technologies like SideStep, CloudBase, and EdgeCloud, while keeping their commercial contracts ticking through their NEC and NSN partnerships,” co
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    14. Picochip and Xelerated: Just the Start of a Wireless Chip M&A Boom this Year

      Several factors will create a storm of M&A in the wireless chip world in 2012. The recession will see a number of mature and accomplished start-ups, especially in Europe, coming for sale at bargain prices as IPOs dry up. And as chip suppliers increasingly need to diversify throughout the wireless product chain, they will need to make more, and sometimes larger, purchases, in order to broaden their portfolios rapidly. Last year saw both Qualcomm (Atheros) and Broadcom (NetLogic) making far bigger
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