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HetNet: Verizon 100G fiber network in Asia-Pacific

Cloud computing, OTT video drive data demand Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong are the latest locales in which Verizon Communications has deployed a 100G fiber network, adding some 11,681 miles of cable to the carrier’s global high-speed backhaul footprint. Verizon already controls more than 40,000 miles of...

Telco cloud focus of Tech Mahindra joint venture

SDN and NFV service-provider solutions Having announced a joint venture with Avion Systems, India-based digital transformation firm Tech Mahindra is looking to help telecom service providers move onto telco cloud-computing platforms and take advantage of network function virtualization and software-defined network solutions. Tech Mahindra is a...

Feature Report: Content – anywhere, any time, any device

Consumers expect to be able to access their content from any device, at any time. This evolution is driving changes in how content is stored, optimized and delivered across both wireless and wireline networks. There are new billing relationships and business models being explored...

Telco cloud transition ongoing for AT&T

AUSTIN, TEXAS – Alicia Abella, AT&T’s AVP of the cloud technologies and services research organization, discussed the communication giant’s ongoing transition to operating on a telco cloud platform. In an interview with RCR Wireless News at the IEEE GlobeCom show in Austin, Abella called the...

Global Telecom: China Mobile sets LTE-A speed record with carrier aggregation

Carrier aggregation helps Nokia Networks, Ooredoo Qatar, China Mobile achieve 4.1 Gbps speed China Mobile and Nokia Networks, along with Ooredoo Qatar have announced a new LTE-A speed record with carrier aggregation. The three companies said they reached 4.1 Gbps per second over the hybrid TD-FDD LTE...

CENTRI Webinar: Cloud Transformation: Tackling Growing Challenges

Organizations of all sizes have been migrating to the cloud for increased flexibility, accessibility, and cost efficiency. While the benefits of shortened deployment times, lower CAPEX, pay-as-you-go convenience, and technology independence are well documented, the cloud subscribers face challenges in the area of data...

Global Telecom: NTT DoCoMo promotes LTE with shrimp cannon

NTT DoCoMo promotes LTE speeds with shrimp cannon Japan's NTT DoCoMo is promoting the speed of its LTE network by frying shrimp. The video advertisement shows shrimp flying through cannons and open flames. The shrimp is "cooked" in 3 seconds. The cooking demonstration and advertisement...

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