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R Clark
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R Clark,
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9/29/2014 | 10:16:43 PM
Huddle glut
One thing about the telecom industry: there's no shortage of huddles.

But I'm struck by this: "Research in the US is mainly in universities .."

ALU, Qualcomm, Intel? 

 

 

 
mendyk
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9/25/2014 | 9:38:56 AM
Re: IS-95G Anyone?
Maybe I'm not looking at the same post you are.
pdonegan67
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9/25/2014 | 9:24:41 AM
Re: IS-95G Anyone?
Not lack of attendance, no. The measuring stick is the quotes from 5G standards participants embedded in the article.
mendyk
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9/25/2014 | 8:53:01 AM
Re: The setting sun
Don't forget the mushy peas. Preferably out of the tin. Fortunately, there's plenty of bitter to wash it all down.
mendyk
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9/25/2014 | 8:50:01 AM
Re: IS-95G Anyone?
Should we be using the lack of attendance at something called the 5G Huddle as the measuring stick for engagement by US operators?
pdonegan67
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9/25/2014 | 7:09:00 AM
IS-95G Anyone?
Historical precedent suggests that the U.S should be wary of neglecting the rest of the world's efforts on mobile standards.

Being out of the blocks first with the 5G equivalent of IS-95 CDMA and CDMA 2000 might feel great at the outset three years hence. But if the rest of the world meanwhile congregates around something superior which takes longer to bring to market, that leadership would risk being short-lived. Think "The Hare and The Tortoise". 

In today's hyper-fast, web-scale, technology and market environment it may well be that historical precedent and children's fable just aren't relevant to 5G standardization. But unless U.S industry is somehow certain that these comparisons are worthless, then they're probably worth thinking about.
Gabriel Brown
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9/25/2014 | 4:26:56 AM
Re: What does it mean?
My impression is there is plenty of research ongoing in the U.S., but that there is less centralized co-ordination. The co-operation is more bilateral than multilateral, I'm told. 
Ariella
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9/24/2014 | 5:42:42 PM
Re: The setting sun
LOL @mendyk So fish and chips and such is not your thing?
mendyk
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9/24/2014 | 4:49:31 PM
Re: The setting sun
Well, there's the food for starters. And the cabs are really expensive. Then there's the anxiety of possibly running into a royal personage and not knowing whether to bow, curtsey, or break into the Sex Pistols' version of God Save the Queen. And then there's the food. I kid, of course. Some of my best friends are English.
Ariella
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9/24/2014 | 4:38:42 PM
Re: The setting sun
@MendyK more so than in NYC? For what reason?
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