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By Steve Bell, Senior Analyst, Heavy Reading, 11/25/2015
The recent Best Experience Mobile Backhaul Summit event in Bali, Indonesia, provided insights into how some of Asia-Pacific's operators are evolving their networks for the emerging ...
By Steve Bell, Senior Analyst, Heavy Reading, 10/27/2015
As new applications evolve with the continued development of wireless technology, they change the experience expectations of consumers. To ensure that these shifting experience thresholds ...
By Steve Bell, Senior Analyst, Heavy Reading, 10/13/2015
Mobile networks are seemingly in a constant state of change, as new technology is added to enable more users to share and access increasing amounts of content. A virtuous circle is being ...
By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 10/30/2014
Heavy Reading's Patrick Donegan shares his view on a dark trend that bubbled up at Light Reading's annual backhaul conference in NYC.
By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 10/29/2014
Exalt Communications has "reinvented" itself as a new company, Exalt Wireless, and is hoping to leave its troubled recent past behind.
By RON MUNDRY, CEO of Tower Cloud, 10/27/2014
There are a number of factors driving demand for new mobile backhaul architectures, but there is no doubt that mobile network operators need more capacity at a lower total cost of ownership.
By Dan O'Shea, Analyst, Heavyreading.com, 10/17/2014
Wholesale network operator Zayo went public Friday at $19 per share, and saw its price jump more than 20% by late morning, suggesting that investors weren't scared off, at least initially, ...
By Patrick Donegan, Founder and Principal Analyst, HardenStance, 9/29/2014
"T1 is like pizza -- you order it, you get it. The problem is, you order it for dinner and you get it for lunch next day, it's cold, there's no topping, and there's only one store you can ...
By Paul Rainford, Assistant Editor, Europe, 9/23/2014
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: 1,700 jobs lost at Phones 4u; BT signs solar-power deal; Google goes Dutch.
By Jason Meyers, Executive Editor, 8/14/2014
PEG Bandwidth has expanded its optical backhaul system to accommodate not only the ever-growing capacity needs of mobile networks, but also the rise in gigabit fiber-to-the-home networks ...
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Huawei on the Current State of Broadband in Europe

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Huawei Europe's CMO discusses the challenges operators face with their fiber-to-the-X deployment.
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5G4REAL: MWC19 Handset Warning

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Let's get serious about 5G phones. They're going to be cool, gorgeous and they're mostly going to run at 4G speeds.
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MWC 2019: 5G's AI Power Struggle

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5G will usher in an AI power struggle between the mobile operators and the web services giants, predicts Aditya Kaul, research director focused on artificial intelligence and robotics at Tractica.
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Metro Transformation: Simplicity. Agility. Automation.

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In telecom networks worldwide, Metro is the hotbed of innovation driving today's digital experience. Juniper's Amit Bhardwaj, Director of Product Management, provides enlightening insight to Metro trends, evolving services, disruptive influences and available architectural transformations that can change monumental challenges into paradigm shifting opportunities ...
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The Telecoms.com Podcast: Europe, Huawei, O-RAN & Legere

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The guys can't resist talking about Europe, with the Brexit moment of truth fast approaching for the UK, and debate whether one consequence of it will be a return to the bad old days of roaming charges and bill shock. They move on, inevitably, to Huawei and its ongoing drama, before concluding with a look at the growing O-RAN Alliance and the unique qualities of ...
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MWC 2019: 5G & the Capex Question

2|11|19   |   10:01   |   (0) comments


With 2019 set to be the year when 5G really starts to shift from slideware to the network, the head of Ovum's European telecoms team, Dario Talmesio, talks about the impact on carrier capex.
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Ahead of 5G, or a RAZR Reboot, Motorola Unveils New Low-Cost 4G Phones

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Motorola launches its new G7 family of LTE phones in NYC. All use the Android 9.0 operating system. The photo-friendly G7 Plus comes in at $299, the battery-conscious Power at $249, and the Play at $199. Ahead of 5G, this is one of the ways the smartphone market is evolving, offering decent 4G performance and features at bargain prices.
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MWC 2019: Ovum's Key IoT Trends

2|7|19   |   06:20   |   (0) comments


As the IoT market shifts further from proofs of concept to real deployments, Ovum's IoT expert Alexandra Rehak talks about the key IoT trends, such as new business models and data management, that she'll be discussing in Barcelona.
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Analyst on Why CES Left a 'Bad Taste'

2|6|19   |   09:23   |   (0) comments


Aditya Kaul, research director focused on artificial intelligence and robotics at Tractica, returned from CES with a 'bad taste' left by an overload of gimmicks and lack of substance.
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Service Provider Opportunities at the Edge

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Calix Chief Development Officer Michel Langlois talks with Iain Morris as they look closely at the changing service provider landscape and the opportunities and challenges in key areas like edge computing, 5G and IoT.
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MWC 2019: Ovum on the 5G Device Buzz

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Smartphone expert and Ovum senior analyst Daniel Gleeson says 5G devices, and foldable displays, will take center stage on device stands in Barcelona, but it will likely be 2020 at the earliest before Apple joins the 5G device fray.
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The Telecoms.com Podcast: Huawei, Nokia & GDPR

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Everyone's favorite, award-winning, telecoms industry podcast is back with the usual suspects wearing the effects of the inaugural Telecoms.comMeetup the previous night. Inevitably Huawei leads the agenda once more, with the US accusing it of a bunch of crimes and misdemeanours, and Jamie has a juicy conspiracy theory to share. They move onto Nokia's quarterly ...