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DAS vendors source active radio equipment

Distributed antenna system providers and systems integrators are sourcing active radio equipment in an effort to provide turnkey solutions to their enterprise customers. Using small cells or miniature base transceiver stations, these companies are trying to create "one-stop shops" for enterprises that want to...

Analysts weigh-in on Corning acquisition of SpiderCloud

We don't know the details of the deal, but it is official that Corning has acquired SpiderCloud Wireless, significantly bolstering its reach into the enterprise in-building wireless market, and adding a major complement to its fiber-fed distributed antenna system offerings. By way of a quick...

Small cell market consolidation continues as Corning buys SpiderCloud

Analysts highlight how acquisition allows Corning to better target the enterprise, and how the deal puts a 'target' on remaining standalone small cell outfits Corning Wednesday made official its rumored acquisition of enterprise small cell vendor SpiderCloud Wireless, a move initially reported by RCR Wireless...

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)...

T-Mobile asks FCC to change CBRS plan

New proposal could limit enterprise choices for LTE networks Citizens band radio service (CBRS) is seen as a key enabler of private LTE networks to support the internet of things. To some extent, those private networks will depend on the way users license the 3500...

Small cell deployment supports all four nationwide operators

Shephard's Beach Resort in Clearwater Beach, Florida has deployed a small cell system that supports all four nationwide operators. Each operator has provisioned its own small cells and the nodes share Ethernet backhaul. The system was designed by ClearSky Technologies, which now hopes to...

Seasoned investors to fund in-building DAS and small cells

An investment firm backed by one of Wall Street's most prestigious hedge funds is financing a new company that will fund in-building infrastructure for enterprise customers. Tiger Infrastructure Partners, backed by hedge fund pioneer Julian Robertson's Tiger Management, will fund DAS and small cell...

SpiderCloud targets the enterprise with ‘frequency agile,’ and LTE-U small cells

New small cells products are focused on providing flexibility in spectrum, both licensed and unlicensed, options for enterprise Last week SpiderCloud Wireless, which targets carriers and enterprises with its small cells platform, broadened its product portfolio with two new units designed to enable greater flexibility for...

Verizon uses small cells to connect indoor DAS

Verizon Wireless has asked its five distributed antenna system vendors to integrate their systems with small cells designed by SpiderCloud Wireless. Advanced RF Technologies, CommScope, Corning, JMA Wireless and Solid Technologies are all working with SpiderCloud, with Advanced RF Technologies already claiming successful deployments. For...

Small cell chip vendor update

Makers of wireless infrastructure are often careful about naming the semiconductor companies that supply their chipsets, creating a tension between chip vendors who want to promote their customer wins and manufacturers who want to maintain a competitive advantage by disclosing as little as possible....

SpiderCloud preps multi-operator small cells

Dual-mode solution can support multiple operators, but not until mobile devices support CBRS As the debate intensifies over whether and how carriers should implement LTE in the 5 GHz spectrum band, a leading developer of indoor small cells is launching a less-contentious solution. SpiderCloud Wireless...

Verizon small cell vendor names partners

SpiderCloud Wireless certifies systems integrators SpiderCloud Wireless has formalized its partnerships with the systems integrators that install its in-building small cell solution. These integrators install SpiderCloud's system in the U.S. to improve indoor coverage and capacity for Verizon Wireless customers. Wireless Information Networks and CTS are SpiderCloud's...

Sprint small cell deployment will include Wi-Fi

CommScope tapped for Sprint small cell deployment Sprint has chosen CommScope for a significant indoor small cell deployment designed to support LTE and Wi-Fi. The carrier plans to use CommScope's S1000 small cell, one of the assets CommScope acquired when it bought small cell specialist...

Small cell deployments planned for this year

Retail and logistics industries most aggressive A survey of more than 500 hundred global companies across 17 industries found more than one-third either have deployed small cells or plan to do so this year. The research, conducted by Nemertes for the Small Cell Forum, showed...

Qualcomm developing LTE-U small cells with Samsung, SpiderCloud

Qualcomm, a major proponent of deploying cellular in unlicensed spectrum using the LTE Unlicensed technology, is developing LTE-U small cells with partners Samsung and SpiderCloud Wireless. LTE-U is seen as a way for carriers to keep up with demand for mobile data, but, because the...

Small cell sharing: ExteNet and Mobilitie see opportunity

Small cells could signal a 'new neutral' Neutral host providers like ExteNet Systems and Mobilitie foresee a shift in their business models as network architectures become more distributed. The term "neutral host" means these companies host different carriers on shared infrastructure, just as tower owners...

Small cell vendors launch LTE-U solutions

Vendors are rushing to develop wireless infrastructure that will enable carriers to deploy LTE in unlicensed spectrum. Qualcomm, the world's biggest maker of LTE modems, is leading the charge. Just before Mobile World Congress, the chipmaker announced partnerships with Samsung and SpiderCloud Wireless, two...

Verizon to trial LTE-U with SpiderCloud Wireless

LTE-U tests set to begin this summer Verizon Wireless said it will test LTE in the 5 GHz band using the indoor small cell solution developed by SpiderCloud Wireless. The Silicon Valley company is developing a new radio for LTE-U, and trials are expected to...

Dual mode LTE small cells, enterprise outlook

AUSTIN, Texas – Market outlook for small cells deployments, in both the enterprise and carrier segments, was a major point of discussion during Verizon's In Building Technology Users Forum; SpiderCloud Wireless director of enterprise services Art King spoke with RCR Wireless News about the...

Ericsson and Cisco will target competitors

The motivation for Ericsson's new partnership with Cisco was crystal clear today at the company's annual capital markets day in Sweden. Ericsson is telling investors that it expects the total network equipment market to grow at a compound annual rate of just 1-3% during...

What’s holding back multi-operator small cells?

Small cells that can support more than one mobile operator have the potential to change the wireless landscape, particularly indoors. With more than one carrier tenant paying rent, small cells become attractive investments for neutral host providers and tower companies. Indoor small cells have...

Apple partners with Cisco

Apple continues its march into the enterprise Just 13 months after announcing a partnership with IBM, Apple has teamed up with Cisco to continue pushing its iOS operating system into the enterprise. Both collaborations are meant to tailor enterprise offerings for Apple devices. In this...

One network, two standards: Cellular and Wi-Fi come together indoors

Call it the fourth utility: wireless Internet is becoming as essential to building owners and occupants as water, gas and electricity. But unlike the other utilities, wireless Internet does not come from a single, regulated provider. IT managers have choices, and whether they work...

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