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Intel sees 5G converging communications and computing

Snow Ridge SoC designed for combo of edge computing and 5G Taking advantage of the  massive throughput and low latency of 5G requires a new approach to building telecom networks. Often described as born in the cloud, 5G will require not just workload support associated...

Intel, Ericsson claim first 5G data call over 39 GHz spectrum band

The two partners said that the 5G trial was demonstrated in labs in Kista, Sweden, and Santa Clara, California Intel and Ericsson announced they have delivered what it claims to be a first 3GPP 5G New Radio-compliant live data call operating over the 39 GHz...

Samsung supporting Verizon’s 5G deployments in Sacramento, Houston

Samsung supplying 5G radios and routers to Verizon Using its proprietary Verizon Technical Forum standard, the carrier plans to activate a fixed wireless access variation of 5G in up to five markets by the end of 2018. So far Verizon has said it will bring...

Understanding how C-RAN is changing network architecture

C-RAN is an acronym gaining popularity in the wireless industry, though it refers to two different meanings. The first meaning is centralized radio access network, while the second meaning is cloud-based RAN. Both meanings are related concepts and involve a new architecture for network...

Minimize tower climbs to improve safety, reduce opex

Simplifying tower test and measurement saves time and money while driving safety and industry competitiveness From installation and commissioning to ongoing maintenance activities, cell towers require a great deal of capital and operational expense. Coupled with the incredibly competitive service provider landscape, cost pressures create...

BBU emulation streamlines cell site deployment

Verify installation, configuration and operation prior to commissioning with virtual baseband unit In the tower industry, it’s important to get the job done right the first time. Unanticipated truck rolls and tower climbs drive up opex, which in a capital expenditure heavy business, can hurt...

Reader Forum: The benefits of developing chips in-house

Ceragon Networks tackles the ‘build vs. buy’ debate for telecom chips, noting benefits from the in-house model In 2007, when Steve Ballmer notoriously declared, “there’s no chance that the iPhone is going to get any significant market share. No chance,” Steve Jobs was forming the...

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