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8/17/2019 | 4:42:26 AM
"In Europe, network planning today only ever extends as far as national borders. Why?" asks Nemat. "We can and must think of network architecture without borders. If we can break down borders in Europe we can give [the US and Asia] a run for their money."

8/16/2019 | 2:49:28 AM
Thanks for the information 
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2/19/2015 | 1:37:19 PM
A mixed bag from Ericsson
Ericsson presented all of this in Lodo this week to analysts and journalists and it's clear that tyhere are some very specific areas where the cmopany seems very comfortable and confident -- radio access networking being the main one.

When it comes to digital transformations and NFV etc well... 

However, if the new analytics engine does what the vendor claims it can do, that's pretty interesting. There appeared to be some real va va voom there.

A few too many unsubstantiated statistics for me, though.

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