Posts about Mobile Broadband

IEEE recently held its Brooklyn 5G Summit – which for all practical purposes provides an update on the current status of 5G from a technical, deployment and business case perspective.

While enthusiasm remains overwhelmingly high – there was a cautionary air to the event regarding what exactly is 5G in these early deployments. Is it really 5G or more like 4G+, 4.5G or perhaps even 4.9G? ...

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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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Earlier this year, I gave one of the biggest keynotes of my career at OFC/NFOEC. The focus was whether or not the optical networking industry has lost its mojo. At the time, I didn't realize how many conversations this topic would start. Since then, thousands of people have watched the video of my keynote and reviewed the supporting slides. What's more, people continue to start discussions with me on this topic.
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There will be few in the tech industry who missed Dropbox's recent funding news. Its latest round of funding closed at $250 million with a market valuation of $4 billion. Although impressive, I was far more intrigued by Drew Houston’s, CEO, ambitions to integrate into our lives. Houston wants to create a world where our data is never far away. Indeed, Houston sees a future where Dropbox is integrated into just about everything, from cameras to televisions, from cars to refrigerators. Houston wants your data to follow you, wherever you are.
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