Posts about Spectrum

If you’re a network operator or a service provider, you know that the speed at which data, voice and video traffic is growing will soon swamp your existing network resources. To support that demand, and to continue to grow the network in an efficient way, you must find solutions for preserving spectrum and providing good quality of experience for the end user. But you also know that 5G isn’t far off, so it’s critical to future-proof the network investments you make today ...

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Thousands of people descended upon Barcelona last week for this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC): a show that’s rapidly grown to represent the latest in mobile innovation. Looking back on a week of announcements, keynotes and briefings, it’s clear that the show can be divided into three specific areas: visions, realities and solutions. However, I’m starting to wonder if the distance between the vision and the reality is growing too quickly and if the solutions exist to bridge the gap.
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Video’s record for causing disruption and widespread panic in the technology and media industry is nothing new. In the 1980s, video was accused of killing the radio star (escaped jail on a technicality). In the 1990s, it was implicated in bringing down cinema (thrown out of court). Yet in 2010, video faces its toughest allegation yet: killing the mobile web.
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