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Analyst Angle: 2016 macrocell digital baseband unit shipments increase 13% year-on-year

EJL Wireless Research estimates that macrocell digital baseband unit (BBU) shipments increased by 13% in 2016 as compared with shipment levels in 2015. While Huawei Technologies maintained its market leadership position in 2016, we note that Nokia outperformed the overall market and increased market...

Opinion: Corning plans to buy SpiderCloud Wireless as small cell market consolidates

Stand alone small cell vendors continue to look for exits. CommScope acquired Airvana in 2015. We recently learned that Corning Optical Communications plans to buy SpiderCloud Wireless. Sources external to the companies put the purchase price at approximately $200-250 million plus an additional amount...

Analyst Angle: In-building small cell forecast

In-building wireless BTS/controller-based small cell solutions finally reach critical size BTS/controller-based small cell deployments are typically targeted for enterprise vertical applications such as: Class A Office Hospitality Healthcare Large Retail Multi-Story/Multi-Tenant Housing Higher Education The enterprise market is the key battleground for the in-building wireless (IBW)...

Analyst Angle: 2016 outlook for macrocell base station market murky

EJL Wireless Research just published its new macrocell base station market analysis and forecast research report. The findings indicate the overall market grew by 16% in 2015, and reached record shipment levels with Huawei Technologies still the number one supplier. LTE technology also represented...

Analyst Angle: Combined RAN market share for the ‘new’ Nokia

Is it three or two? With the acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent now completed at Nokia, we believe that a review of the RAN market share for the combined new company is in order. We will have our updated 2015 radio transceiver (TRx) and base station market...

Analyst Angle: Nokia purchase of Alcatel-Lucent is a 6:1 reverse split

How did we end up here? A history lesson In the beginning, there were six global wireless radio access network equipment vendors: Alcatel, Ericsson, Lucent Technologies, Motorola, Nokia and Nortel Networks. Subsequently in the mid-2000s, the emergence of the Chinese vendors to support TD-SCDMA for...

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