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    1. New Radio Technologies for Mobile Networks and Key Pieces of 4G+ / 5G Puzzle ... - Pr Newswire (press release)

      New Radio Technologies for Mobile Networks and Key Pieces of 4G+ / 5G Puzzle ... - Pr Newswire (press release)

      Further Releases will pave the way for 5G with use of spectrum above 6 GHz, improvements in signalling and control, work on new modulation schemes, 3D massive MIMO, cognitive radios and ultra-dense HetNets . China Mobile, China Unicom, Deutsche ...

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    2. Vodafone : Uk Brings Mobile Coverage To Three Rural Norfolk Communities As Part Of The Rural Open Sure Signal Progamme #ROSS100

      Vodafone UK lights up rural Norfolk not spots with reliable 3G coverage for the first time High Kelling, Hillington, and Upper Sheringham are the latest rural areas to be connected in Vodafone's Rural Open Sure Signal programme Part of approximately £2 ...

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      Mentions: 3G 4G Vodafone
    3. Small Cell Forum talks spectrum, enterprise, 5G, more

      Small Cell Forum talks spectrum, enterprise, 5G, more

      Meeting in Rome, Italy, this week, members of the Small Cell Forum established six specific development programs aimed at making deployment of small cells easier for service providers.

      Major emphasis during the meeting was placed on integrating small cells into so-called heterogeneous networks, or hetnets, as well as requirements for small cells deployed as part of as-yet unstandardized next-generation 5G mobile networks.

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    4. Nokia Networks offers comprehensive analysis, design and planning to optimize traffic in urban indoor and outdoor areas

      Small cells complement macro networks Nokia Networks' small cell base stations have the same software and ... Ooredoo Qatar, Nokia Networks and China Mobile showcased record-breaking speeds of 4.1 Gbps over an LTE network. Ooredoo Qatar and Nokia Networks ...

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    5. How NFV bolsters voice, video

      How NFV bolsters voice, video

      Network capacity issues continue to impact mobile operators as consumer demand for voice and video services surpasses the billions of dollars spent on spectrum and advances in network technology those carriers are deploying. Many are looking towards the move towards virtualization in the form of network functions virtualization, software-defined networking and cloud technologies to help telecom operators manage the challenge.

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    6. Virgin Media plans Wi-Fi network for U.K.

      Virgin Media plans Wi-Fi network for U.K.

      Following in the steps of other service providers bolstering public networks by piggybacking on private hot spots, Virgin Media this week announced it’s planning a free, public Wi-Fi deployment in the United Kingdom using its Super Hub hot spots.

      The U.S. analog would be what Time Warner Cable and Comcast have done. Time Warner customers can access some 400,000 hot spots run by Time Warner or partner operators.

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    7. Huawei partners with Red Hat on NFV integration of LTE technology

      Huawei partners with Red Hat on NFV integration of LTE technology

      Infrastructure giant Huawei said it recently completed the first phase of an integration project with Red Hat that ties in multiple vendors’ mobile broadband architectures using network functions virtualization technology.

      The companies said the initial NFV “agile integration” work included LTE network tests in “heavy-traffic scenarios,” using the NFV/SDN Open Labs in Xi’an, China.

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    8. China Telecom taps Ericsson for small cells

      China Telecom taps Ericsson for small cells

      China Telecom has become the first operator in Mainland China to deploy Ericsson's Radio Dot small cell system, the vendor revealed on Tuesday. China Telecom has rolled out the LTE version of the Radio Dot in its offices in Zhejiang and Guangdong. The latter deployment saw China Telecom aggregate 20 MHz of 1800-MHz spectrum and 20 MHz of 2.1-GHz spectrum to achieve a theoretical maximum speed of 300 Mbps.

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    9. China Telecom Deploys Ericsson's 4G Radio Dot

      China Telecom Deploys Ericsson's 4G Radio Dot

      STOCKHOLM -- Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) and China Telecom have partnered to deploy Ericsson’s innovative LTE Radio Dot System in two of the country’s coastal provinces, Zhejiang and Guangdong. This is the first implementation of its kind in Mainland China and the Radio Dot Systems are now in commercial service. The deployment demonstrates the indoor solution’s capabilities catering to the fast-growing demand for data traffic on a large scale.

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    10. Ericsson to support China Mobile LTE expansion

      As China Mobile, the largest mobile carrier in the world, continues to expand its network, Ericsson has signed on as the radio equipment provider for a 14-province expansion of LTE networks. The two companies signed a framework agreement that will see TD-LTE expanded into Heilongjiang, Liaoning, Shandong, Inner Mongolia, Hebei, Gansu, Xinjiang, Jiangsu, Anhui, Hunan, Hubei, Sichuan, Guangdong and Guangxi.

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    11. How to get a better mobile signal at home

      How to get a better mobile signal at home

      Despite living only 20 minutes drive from the centre of New Zealand's second largest city, my home struggles to get a decent cellphone signal. Most of the time I can only get one bar on my phone, and if I'm making an important call then I go outside at the edge of our property to ensure it doesn't cut out. I can only get a signal from Spark as Vodafone's doesn't reach my house.

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      Mentions: 4G Vodafone
    12. Vodafone brings 4G to Chester

      Vodafone brings 4G to Chester

      SMARTPHONE users may have noticed an improvement in internet connection in Chester as Vodafone UK rolls out its 4G in the city. The arrival of Vodafone 4G means all customers with compatible devices and bundles will be able to connect to the internet more quickly, more reliably and in more places than ever before. The company claims the 4G services will also help businesses improve productivity by enabling employees to work where they want to, when they want to.

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