Posts about 4G

Most of us enjoy our broadband connectivity through traditional methods of fixed (DSL, cable, fiber) or wireless (3G/4G, satellite, FWA). However, there remains a significant portion of the world’s population where those methods of connectivity are either impractical or simply too expensive to pursue ...
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Since the early ‘70s, the role of public mobile communication has changed from voice applications for privileged individuals in business and administrations to a ubiquitous service with significant relevance in everybody’s social and business life. Such a major transition was made possible by a sequence of innovations and the introduction of new technologies as specified by the 2G, 3G, LTE and LTE-Advanced releases.
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It's almost impossible to open a tech publication or even a mainstream publication and not find a discussion about the continued fierce growth in mobile data and hyperbole on the consequences. Only this weekend the FT featured a discussion on the U.K.'s 'capacity crunch' and how networks will (or more to the point, won't) cope in 2030 when we're consuming 300 times more mobile data than today. I'm amazed that some people are already discussing the failure of networks that are eighteen years away.
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Mobile backhaul is a hot topic in our industry not only for a short time. The massive and ongoing growth of data traffic keeps challenging mobile operators with the migration from traditional TDM-based backhaul solutions to packet-based networks. Latest strategies and more efficient ways to design packet backhaul networks have been in focus at the Light Reading Live! Backhaul & 4G Core Strategies for Mobile Operators show in New York City last week.
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