1. Articles in category: Operators

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    1. Sdn, Nfv & Network Virtualization Market to See $20 Billion Revenue from Service Provider Investments by 2020

      Alpha Networks, ALTEN Calsoft Labs, ALTEN Group, Altiostar Networks, Alvarion Technologies, Amartus, AMD (Advanced Micro Devices), Amdocs, ANEVIA, Argela, Aricent, Arista Networks, Arkoon Netasq, ARM Holdings, ARRIS Group, Artesyn Embedded Technologies ...

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    2. Global Femtocell Market 2015-2019 - Key Vendors are Airyana, Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco & Samsung

      Global Femtocell Market 2015-2019 - Key Vendors are Airyana, Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco & Samsung

      What are the strengths and weaknesses of the key vendors? Key vendors: Airvana Alcatel-Lucent (Nokia Networks) Cisco Samsung Other prominent vendors: Alpha Networks Cellcomm China Mobile China Telecom China Unicom D-Link Fujitsu Huawei Intel ip.access Juni ...

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    3. Alcatel-Lucent wins contract with China Telecom

      Alcatel-Lucent wins contract with China Telecom

      China Telecom has awarded a contract to Alcatel-Lucent to expand the deployment of 4G LTE infrastructure across 12 provinces of China.

      The Chinese telco aims to expand its 4G LTE network, increasing its capacity to provide customers with faster access to video content, pictures, interactive web content and other high-bandwidth applications to ensure the highest quality of experience.

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    4. Cox courts carriers with small cell solution

      Cox courts carriers with small cell solution

      AT&T and Verizon shared the spotlight with the cable industry’s heaviest hitters at GEN15, the Metro Ethernet Forum’s annual trade show. Show sponsors included AT&T, Verizon, Cox, Comcast, Ciena and PCCW Global. Host sponsor AT&T announced that it has more than doubled its local area Ethernet footprint within the past year, and has added speeds of up to 100 gigabits per second.

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    5. MNOs need 5 million new mobile broadband sites by 2020

      MNOs need 5 million new mobile broadband sites by 2020

      HONG KONG- Mobile telecoms operators globally will need to double the number of base stations by 2020 in order to meet increasing demand for mobile broadband connectivity. In a keynote speech at Huawei Global Mobile Broadband Forum, the company’s President of the Wireless Network Product Line David Wang said that operators will need to deploy 10 million sites compared to current five millions.

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    6. IoT: The future of the connected world?

      IoT: The future of the connected world?

      AUSTIN–The Dell World exhibition closed on Thursday with an insightful panel on how Internet of Things technology promises to shape the future of the connected world.

      Hosted by Aarti Shahani, a tech reporter for NPR’s Business Desk, panelists were Alexis Ohanian, Co-Founder & Executive Chairman, Reddit; Aneesh Chopra, Co-founder and Executive VP, Hunch Analytics; Paul Rogers, President & CEO of Wurldtech and General Manager of GE Industrial Cyber Security; Geoff McGrath, Chief Innovation Officer, McLaren Applied Technologies; Joyce Mullen, Vice President/General Manager, Dell OEM Solutions; and Michael Raynor, Director with Deloitte Services LP.

      Shahani framed the conversation: “The point ...

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    7. 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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