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MWC 2012: RCR Wireless News preview

Next week’s Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, Spain, is regarded as the world’s largest wireless-only event, with nearly 100,000 attendees expected to descend onto the country’s Mediterranean coast. With such a turn out, companies in the mobile space are not expected to hold...

Coping with the data deluge

Soaring demand for data is overwhelming some networks, according to University of Texas professor Jeff Andrews, director of UT's Wireless Networking and Communications Group. Andrews says the demand we have seen so far is just the tip of the iceberg, and that at this...

Leading industry analysts confirmed to headline the speaker list for the Orange County Small Cell Event

Leading industry analysts, AT&T, Sprint, LightSquared, Verizon and PCIA confirmed to headline speaker list for the Orange County Small Cell Event Industry analysts Michael Thelander and Iain Gillott will be joined by Wireless Infrastructure Association CEO, Mike Fitch, as well as executives from AT&T, Sprint...

BLiNQ Networks Introduces Intelligent Spectrum Optimization to Drive Mobile Backhaul Capacity Costs Down

BLiNQ Networks Inc. today announced intelligent spectrum optimization (ISO) for BLiNQ’s recently announced mobile backhaul solution. BLiNQ’s plug and play, non-line-of-sight (NLOS) backhaul solution uses low cost, sub-6 GHz TDD spectrum to significantly improve spectrum utilization to maximize capacity and reduce spectrum asset requirements....

An industry first: Freescale Semiconductor unveils innovation at MWC

BARCELONA-In a leap in the infrastructure field, Austin-based Freescale Semiconductor, one of the 10 largest chip makers worldwide, unveiled the industry’s first multimode wireless base station processor family that scales from small to large cells. The announcement arrived at 6 a.m. on February 14 in...

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