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What does 5G mean for the tower industry?

Key trends from NATE Unite 2016 including 5G and drones LTE build outs are moving from the macro level to in-building coverage. As these new skills come into focus and carriers are still adding capacity and looking to 5G, the tower industry has a steady...

Chipsets driving IoT adoption in industrial, consumer markets

HetNet Happenings Episode 45 looks at chipsets with Altair Semiconductor, Imagination Technologies and Nvidia The 2016 CES event placed a huge emphasis on the "Internet of Things" and how IoT technology is poised to revolutionize consumer, enterprise and industrial markets. But the problem with CES (because...

LTE-U is all about maximizing capacity

On this episode of HetNet Happenings, host Sean Kinney discusses the nuances of LTE-U, self-optimizing networks as related to small cells and deployment and more with Renuka Bhalerao, principal systems architect for software and solutions at Radisys. "LTE-U ... it is all about adding more...

Small cells, convergence, workforce – HetNet Expo in review

LOS ANGELES – On this episode of HetNet Happenings, Sean Kinney gets an overview of the 2015 HetNet Expo from PCIA President and CEO Jonathan Adelstein. Adelstein and Kinney take a look at the two-day event, held at the Millennium Biltmore in downtown Los Angeles....

Dell World: IoT, future tech and IT transformation

Inside Dell World - HetNet Happenings: Episode 36 On this episode of HetNet Happenings, host Sean Kinney takes you inside the Dell World exhibition, which concluded this week in Austin, Texas. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTauTdx4toU&feature=youtu.be In the first clip, Dell founder Michael Dell discusses the company's just announced acquisition of...

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