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Sprint, T-Mobile Tie-Up Would Create Network Powerhouse
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10/30/2017  |  Post a comment
A merger between Sprint and T-Mobile could help to address the gap between the US and its global peers on mobile broadband speeds.
Mobile Network Transformation: Clearing the 4G/5G Fog
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10/27/2017  |  Post a comment
Mobile networks will transform from now through 2020, more than since the inception of 2G. New 4G capabilities will trigger some of that, however, 5G both enables and encourages more fundamental change.
Open Is the New Black for Mobile Voice Services
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10/20/2017  |  Post a comment
The definition of voice services is widening beyond phone calls, even into IoT. That calls for a more open approach to product development, Ian Maclean of Metaswitch argues.
UCaaS: An Increasingly Important Enterprise Tool
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10/16/2017  |  Post a comment
The shift to cloud is turning unified communications into the next hot service for enterprises as the UCaaS market continues to expand.
Driving Customer & Employee Digital Adoption
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10/16/2017  |  Post a comment
Pay-TV providers should focus on four key areas to bring employees and customers along for the ride.
CFOs & Finance Find Benefits in the Cloud
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10/12/2017  |  3 comments
The shift to cloud computing is changing the way business is done. Now, the CFOs and their finance teams are seeing a benefit in cloud as well.
4 Tips for Maintaining Control in the Cloud
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10/9/2017  |  Post a comment
As enterprises spread applications across multiple clouds, they need ways to maintain visibility and control, Ixia's Jeff Harris argues.
MIMO in 5G Networks: Engineering & Test Challenges
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10/6/2017  |  Post a comment
Going deep on how MIMO underpins the development of 5G.
Wrestling With the Challenges of Automation
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10/6/2017  |  Post a comment
DevOps, AI, NFV and other technologies will help automate the network, but organizations need to start working on that transition right away, Juniper's Sumeet Singh argues.


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