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New Synchronization Requirements for 4G Backhaul & Fronthaul – by Heavy Reading
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12/18/2014  | 
With industry leaders such as Ericsson claiming that "spectrum is the new oil" driving the emerging digital economy, there can be no doubt as to the weight of expectation on mobile operators where network capacity is concerned.
The Rise of Chinese Standards
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12/16/2014  | 
In May, 2000, under the strong support of Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), China Mobile, and China Unicom, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) officially declared the Chinese TD-SCDMA, together with European-led WCDMA and American CDMA2000, as 3G international standards. For the formulation of TD-SCDMA standards, manufacturers outside China gave a cold response. Some manufacturers even said that they had ability to implement TD-SCDMA but they would not do that.
Mobile World Congress – making the most of the show
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12/2/2014  | 
CCgroup is a technology PR agency with a long and proud history of supporting dozens of clients at the internationally renowned Mobile World Congress event. CCgroup has enjoyed a working relationship with members of the GSMA team for the last two decades, and has been present at every single event, giving us a unique insight into the various promotional opportunities the show presents and how they can be best leveraged.
What You Can Do to Stay Ahead of the OTT Curve
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12/1/2014  | 
In today’s fragmented world of multi platform content, staying ahead of the curve can be challenging. In this new white paper, Ooyala looks at key trends shaping OTT audiences and provide tips on how to maximize revenue opportunities.
Centralized Operations: Strategies for Today and Tomorrow – Higher Efficiency, Better Quality, Quicker Readiness
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12/1/2014  | 
Centralization brings immediate benefits for operators seeking to improve network efficiency and quality as well as coming to grips with digital convergence transformation. The digital future will see greater virtualization of operational and business functions, increased automation, more rapid reactions to technological and operational change and a shift of focus towards customer experience management.


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