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    1. Telstra trials small cells at Flemington

      Telstra has also increased mobile network capacity throughout Flemington Racecourse, with upgrades providing 80% more capability in the past year. Mike Wright, Executive Director Telstra Networks and Access Technologies, said Telstra looked at new ways to add capacity to popular sporting events such as the Spring Racing Carnival to meet the use of smartphones and data heavy applications at these events. “The Telstra Next G mobile network has been designed to manage the normal day to day demands
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    2. TE Connectivity and ip.access introduce integrated Small Cell and DAS

      MINNEAPOLIS, MN and Cambridge. UK – Feb. 21, 2012 – TE Connectivity (TE) and ip.access today announced that the two companies have teamed to create the world’s first all-digital integrated Distributed Antenna System (DAS) and small cell base station for WCDMA services. The solution uses ip.access' E16 picocell access point integrated with TE’s InterReach Spectrum or InterReach Fusion DAS products to provide a one-stop system for enterprises wishing to improve mobile service in their facilities.
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    3. Ip.Access Links The Past, Present And Future Of Small Cells With New ...

      ip.access links the past, present and future of small cells with new ...iTWire (press release)Complying with 3GPP's Iuh and TR-069 small cell industry standards, nanoConverge is built using ip.access' award-winning Oyster3G technology that is at the heart of the world's largest femtocell roll-out – the AT&T 3G MicroCell in the USA, ...
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    4. Virgin Australia confirms evaluation of in-flight entertainment services via WiFi

      Today Virgin Australia admitted it was evaluating delivery of inflight entertainment services via WiFi -However, the airline denied it was running a trial, of Internet access via WiFi, as has been reported. While Virgin Australia has started to ponder its options, rival airline Qantas last week confirmed it would launch in-flight Internet services for both domestic and international flights ...
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    5. How will ‘lightRadio’ change NBN economics?

      How will ‘lightRadio’ change NBN economics?
      Fascinating post over at Technology Spectator, where commentator and telco consultant Andrew Harris discusses a new invention coming out of Alcatel-Lucent; an invention, he surmises, which would be a good fit for Telstra. blog We recommend that you click through and read the whole article. He writes: “Light Radio is a new product that Alcatel-Lucent claim will fundamentally shift how mobile ...
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