1. Articles in category: Operators

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    1. Sprint LTE coverage set for device jolt, touts NYC small cell gains

      Sprint LTE coverage set for device jolt, touts NYC small cell gains

      Sprint is looking to shore up some of the deployment shortcomings of its 2.5 GHz spectrum band, announcing plans to tap into a range-extending standard recently certified by the Third Generation Partnership Project.

      The carrier claims the high performance user equipment technology can extend coverage of its 2.5 GHz-based TDD-LTE network by up to 30%, or to nearly match the coverage characteristics of its LTE network using the 1.9 GHz spectrum band.

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    2. Sprint touts LTE progress; AT&T puts numbers to Nfv, Sdn journey … this week in 2014

      Sprint touts LTE progress; AT&T puts numbers to Nfv, Sdn journey … this week in 2014

      Editor’s Note: RCR Wireless News goes all in for “Throwback Thursdays,” tapping into our archives to resuscitate the top headlines from the past. Fire up the time machine, put on the sepia-tinted shades, set the date for #TBT and enjoy the memories!

      Sprint touts LTE progress, hits 2.5 GHz coverage goals Sprint said it has met previous guidance on the expansion of its 2.5 GHz spectrum-powered LTE services, claiming to now cover 100 million potential customers.

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    3. Mobile Operators Choose 4G LTE Outdoor Small Cells to Manage Escalating Traffic Demand - Cellular News

      ABI Research's latest research on outdoor small cells predicts a healthy 38% CAGR through 2021. As networks grow beyond coverage to addressing capacity through densification, mobile network operators (MNOs) find that deploying small cells is one of the ...

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    4. Telus, Huawei deploy HetNet at 5G Living Lab

      Telus, Huawei deploy HetNet at 5G Living Lab

      Telus, Huawei deploy HetNet at 5G Living Lab 10:10 CET | News Telus and Huawei achieved another significant milestone in their journey towards 5G with the successful deployment of a Heterogeneous Network (HetNet) in the heart of the 5G Living Lab in Vancouver. HetNet is one of the key building blocks for 5G and combines multiple types of cells to enhance both coverage and capacity in crowded areas and inside buildings where outdoor signals do not reach.

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    5. Telus and Huawei make progress towards 5G goals with two new technology deployments

      Telus and Huawei make progress towards 5G goals with two new technology deployments

      Telus and Huawei make progress towards 5G goals with two new technology deployments Rose Behar November 23, 2016 4:18pm Huawei and Telus have announced two new technology deployments that serve to further the development process of a next-generation 5G wireless network. The first is the deployment of a heterogenous network (HetNet) in Vancouver.

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    6. Mobile Operators Choose 4G LTE Outdoor Small Cells to Manage Escalating Traffic Demand - Abi Research (press release) (subscription) (blog)

      Mobile Operators Choose 4G LTE Outdoor Small Cells to Manage Escalating Traffic Demand - Abi Research (press release) (subscription) (blog)

      ABI Research's latest research on outdoor small cells predicts a healthy 38% CAGR through 2021. As networks grow beyond coverage to addressing capacity through densification, mobile network operators (MNOs) find that deploying small cells is one of the ...

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    7. China Mobile gets cosy with Samsung for 5G prototypes

      China Mobile gets cosy with Samsung for 5G prototypes

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      China Mobile is partnering with Samsung to demonstrate technologies related to a yet-to-be-defined 5G mobile network standard. During an initial 5G test in Beijing, key technologies like spatial modulation and FBMC (Filter Bank Multicarrier) were demonstrated.

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    8. Fiber-to-the-home is expensive; could fixed 5G bridge the last mile?

      Fiber-to-the-home is expensive; could fixed 5G bridge the last mile?

      To keep up with constantly increasing consumer demand for broadband to support emerging applications like streaming 4K video and virtual reality gaming, for instance, service providers are investing heavily in fiber optic network infrastructure. In some cases, major players like Comcast, AT&T, Verizon and others are deploying fiber-to-the-home to provide 1 Gbps or better download speeds.

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    9. Next Generation Communications Week in Review: Bharti Airtel, nbn, Nokia

      Next Generation Communications Week in Review: Bharti Airtel, nbn, Nokia

      Alcatel-Lucent joins Nokia following successful exchange of shares. Find out more NextGen Voice Featured Article Next Generation Communications Week in Review: Bharti Airtel, nbn, Nokia October 22, 2016 By Paula Bernier , Executive Editor, TMC Next Generation Communications this week took us on a trip around the world with stops in Australia, India, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, and even heaven. So buckle up, because we’re going to take another quick flight to review what we’ve all learned.

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    10. Regional carriers remain alert to 5G; diversify with drones, coffee shops

      Regional carriers remain alert to 5G; diversify with drones, coffee shops

      SEATTLE – Regional and rural wireless carriers, which make up a bulk of the Competitive Carriers Association’s membership, have shown significant resiliency in a market that from the outside looks increasingly formidable.

      Top executives from a handful of those carriers took to the stage at this week’s CCA Annual Convention to provide some insight into how they continue to compete in an increasingly complex market, with a strong notion that practicality is a key component to decision making.

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    11. Comcast CEO previews Wi-Fi, MVNO product using Verizon network

      Comcast CEO previews Wi-Fi, MVNO product using Verizon network

      During the Goldman Sachs Commacopia conference today, Comcast CEO Brian Roberts previewed plans for the cable TV giant to launch a Wi-Fi-integrated mobile virtual network operator in mid-2017 using the nationwide Verizon Wireless network.

      Verizon Wireless made a deal with several cable companies back in 2012 in which they agreed to a $3.6 billion deal to buy spectrum from Comcast, Time Warner and Bright House Networks.

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