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Analyst Angle: Gigabit LTE: creating a consistent mobile broadband fabric before 5G

Gigabit LTE is growing fast, faster than any previous 3GPP release. The ratification of LTE-Advanced Pro took place during March 2016, and it was only eight months after, in January 2017 that the first Gigabit LTE network was lit in Australia, by Telstra. Now,...

Chinese firm claims world’s first LTE-LAA small cell

Baicells, using Radisys software, is testing LTE-LAA small cell with China Mobile Chinese tech company Baicells has been making moves in the small cells space as of late, most recently with the launch of an LTE license assisted access small cell using Intel processors. Baicells is...

Aricent Webinar: LTE Unlicensed (LTE-U/LAA) – What It Is and Why You Should Be Using It

Worldwide, carriers are looking for solutions to cope up with the ever growing demand of mobile data. While Wi-Fi accounts for more than half of the traffic on mobile devices, carriers have traditionally used Wi-Fi for cellular data offload for residential, enterprise and hotspots....

Feds call for LTE-U input, Wi-Fi vs. LTE lines drawn

Promise of increased spectral efficiency with LTE-U small cell deployments is balanced with potential for Wi-Fi interference WASHINGTON – Earlier this week federal regulators solicited input from telecom stakeholders regarding feedback on LTE-Unlicensed, particularly as the emerging technology relates to Wi-Fi networks. LTE-U, which was developed...

Analyst Angle Webinar: LTE Unlicensed and Wi-Fi: Moving Beyond Coexistence

Assessment of LAA-LTE market prospects, role of LAA-LTE in mobile networks, coexistence/competition with Wi-Fi, impact on small cells, traffic management across licensed/unlicensed channels (data and control plane; coordination of macro- and small-cell traffic), and backhaul implications. What you will learn: This webinar will assess the...

Analyst Angle: Improving spectrum efficiency with LTE unlicensed

  A conversation with Puneet Sethi, Director of Product Management, Qualcomm Atheros Inc. Download a transcript of the complete interview and the complete report. Qualcomm Technologies was one of the initial proponents of LTE unlicensed, along with vendors such as Ericsson and operators such as Verizon Communications. LTE unlicensed...

Analyst Angle: A performance boost from combining Wi-Fi and LTE unlicensed

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YwnZ3kexpA A conversation with Mike Schabel, VP of Small Cells, Alcatel-Lucent Download a transcript of the complete interview and the complete report. Densification of the network infrastructure with small cells and Wi-Fi is one path that Alcatel-Lucent has pursued over recent years. With the newly announced Wireless Unified...

Analyst Angle: Learning from Wi-Fi, working toward coexistence with LTE in unlicensed 5 GHz

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tCbQnAsvwc A conversation with Edgar Figueroa, President and CEO, Wi-Fi Alliance Download a transcript of the complete interview and the complete report. Wi-Fi Alliance has an unmatched experience in managing the coexistence of multiple networks in unlicensed spectrum. Certification ensures that multiple Wi-Fi devices meet standards requirements and behave...

As LTE-U and LAA emerge, feds may look to regulate

FCC solicits public comments on unlicensed frequency use, standardization Federal regulators on May 5 released a public notice soliciting information from stakeholders involved in the research and development as well as standards-setting associated with LTE-Unlicensed and Licensed Assisted Access. Carriers and other telecom players are developing LTE-U as...

Analyst Angle: Fairness to Wi‐Fi is crucial to LTE unlicensed’s success

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aftIuIVkbWM&feature=youtu.be A conversation with Jim Miller, director radio standards, InterDigital Download a transcript of the complete interview and the complete report. With its focus on enhancing wireless technologies and expanding wireless access and usage, InterDigital has had a keen interest in the development of LTE unlicensed from the beginning, because the technology naturally fits within InterDigital’s core...

Analyst Angle: Beyond LTE unlicensed, with LTE plus Wi-Fi link aggregation

A conversation with Steve Hratko, director of service provider marketing, Ruckus Wireless Download a transcript of the complete interview and the complete report. There are two dimensions that are crucial to the deployment and success of LTE in the 5 GHz unlicensed band: spectrum and site...

LTE-Unlicensed: 3 things to know

The use of LTE over unlicensed spectrum has gained significant interest within the industry, with multiple wireless operators interested in boosting their network capacity and speed by aggregating their licensed LTE spectrum with unlicensed spectrum at 5 GHz. Verizon Communications brought together a number of...

Analyst Angle: XCellAir solution to manage Wi-Fi and LTE unlicensed traffic

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTHc-KbqTBU A conversation with Narayan Menon, CTO and EVP of Engineering, XCellAir discussing a shared solution to manage Wi-Fi and LTE unlicensed traffic. Download a transcript of the complete interview and the complete report. XCellAir a spinoff from InterDigital announced in February 2015, provides a shared solution...

Small cell shipments expected to surge in 2015

Sales of some small cell units projected to double, triple this year As carriers move to densify metro networks as well as provide low-cost solutions for rural connectivity, analysts are expecting 2015 to be a big year for small cells. Research firm Mobile Experts on March...

Analyst Angle: LTE in unlicensed spectrum and Wi-Fi, Looking beyond coexistence

LAA-LTE: Looking beyond coexistence The first time I heard about LTE in the 5 GHz license-exempt band, my reaction was: “Why do we need it? Wi-Fi works well, it’s cheap, and it’s in every device.” The growth in cellular data has been stunning, and we are...

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