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    1. Avanti wins 1st mobile services contract, worth USD 4.5 mln

      Avanti wins 1st mobile services contract, worth USD 4.5 mln

      Avanti wins 1st mobile services contract, worth USD 4.5 mln 12:05 CET | News Avanti Communications announced its first major contract to provide mobile services. The satellite operator signed a USD 4.5 million, two-year contract to deploy capacity from its Hylas fleet to a new customer in the mobility market. The name of the company acquiring the capacity is commercially confidential.

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    2. Qualcomm, Nokia launch femtocell platform for SOHO

      Qualcomm, Nokia launch femtocell platform for SOHO

      Qualcomm, Nokia launch femtocell platform for SOHO 06 CET | News Qualcomm Incorporated, through its subsidiary, Qualcomm Technologies, and Nokia released the Nokia Femtocell Multi-band SOHO, a multi-standard femtocell platform designed for the Small Office / Home Office (SOHO) environments. The new Femtocell Multi-band SOHO platform is currently in production and operator trials are now underway in several regions around the world. Commercial products will be available later in 2017.

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      Mentions: Nokia Qualcomm
    3. MTS installs femtocells in Nizhny-Novgorod

      MTS installs femtocells in Nizhny-Novgorod

      MTS installs femtocells in Nizhny-Novgorod 48 CET | News Russian mobile operator MTS upgraded its data network around 120 companies working in the Nizhny-Novgorod region in 2016, reports Cnews.ru. The operator installed more than 100 repeaters at premises of its corporate subscribers with problems accessing quality services due to complex architecture or other reasons. Voice service quality was improved for the oil company Trans-Neft Upper Volga, Sberbank, Russian Railways and others.

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    4. Ericsson deploys lightpole small cells around MWC venue - Telecompaper (subscription)

      Ericsson deploys lightpole small cells around MWC venue - Telecompaper (subscription)

      Ericsson announced it has joined forces with Philips Lighting to launch a new connected street light. The Ericsson Lightpole Site Slim integrates Philips' LED lighting with Ericsson's small cell technology, including its micro Radio 2203 and 2205 ...

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    5. Telecom Agency says most small cells don't need permits

      Telecom Agency says most small cells don't need permits

      Telecom Agency says most small cells don't need permits Friday 32 CET | News Small cells can often be deployed without the need for a permit, according to the Dutch spectrum regulator Agentschap Telecom. Operators do not require a local planning permit if the small cell is smaller than 50cm. Larger or higher installations require a permit from the municipality.

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    6. 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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    7. Nokia Bell Labs launches new small cell technology

      Nokia Bell Labs launches new small cell technology

      Nokia Bell Labs launches new small cell technology 15:04 CET | News Nokia Bell Labs announced a breakthrough in small cell technology called "F-Cell". The technology is designed to eliminate the costly power and backhaul wires and fibres currently required for small cell installation to enable "drop and forget" small cell deployments anywhere. Underlying the F-Cell breakthrough is a re-imagining of the network architecture to place key functional elements in optimum locations.

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    8. Quortus, Expeto team for advanced wireless networks

      Quortus, Expeto team for advanced wireless networks

      Quortus, Expeto team for advanced wireless networks 26 CET | News Mobile network virtualisation software provider Quortus and enterprise IoT deployment specialist Expeto have announced a partnership to accelerate deployment of communications services by wireless internet service providers (WISPs), mobile and virtual network operators (MNOs and MVNOs), and Internet of Things (IoT) product or service providers.

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    9. M1, Nokia start HetNet commercial rollout in Singapore

      M1, Nokia start HetNet commercial rollout in Singapore

      M1, Nokia start HetNet commercial rollout in Singapore 07:19 CET | News Singaporean operator M1 and Nokia have announced a commercial HetNet (Heterogeneous Network) rollout. As part of its HetNet deployment, M1 will gradually roll out an overlay of integrated Nokia's Flexi Zone small cells and WiFi equipment across hundreds of high-traffic hotspots nationwide, to complement its 4G+ network.

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      Mentions: Nokia 4G small cells
    10. Ericsson becomes connectivity partner for Ricoh Arena

      Ericsson becomes connectivity partner for Ricoh Arena

      Ericsson becomes connectivity partner for Ricoh Arena 09:12 CET | News Ericsson is the new connectivity partner for the Ricoh Arena stadium in Coventry, UK, home to Aviva Premiership rugby team Wasps and Wasps Netball. Ericsson will provide enhanced connectivity to the stadium via a Wi-Fi network, using the Small Cell as a Service business model. This will provide visitors with carrier-grade connectivity and services accessible via a mobile app.

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    11. Quortus moves to new headquarters near London

      Quortus moves to new headquarters near London

      Quortus moves to new headquarters near London 16:15 CET | News Mobile network virtualisation software provider Quortus has relocated its corporate headquarters and main engineering centre to a new 700 sq mt facility in Camberley, 50 km south-west of London. The new location will accommodate continuing growth of the Quortus development, support and commercial teams. It will also provide a presence close to London, and the telecom research and development facilities at the University of Surrey.

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