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Verizon, Nokia and Qualcomm use LTE Advanced technology of six carrier aggregation to reach 1.45 Gbps
Companies achieve 1.45 Gbps on LTE live commercial network using six carrier aggregation.
Want to offer your subscribers the future, today? Speed up your network with Nokia LAA #smallcells. Find out more from our new blogpost by @RitaPallag: https://t.co/GMe4NPnU9AOpen
The anticipation is building. The promise of 5G for many consumers in the know is the ultra-fast speeds they will be able to enjoy. Being able to download a feature film to their smartphone ...
RT @IEEEFutureNtwks: What Is #5G and what will it mean for #EdTech? According to @EdTech_K12, the next #wireless network generation may have big implications for classroom technology integration: https://t.co/xhLjzbyXYa #education #futurenetworks https://t.co/7zcTSaJJWHOpen
The next wireless network generation is on the horizon, and it has big implications for technology integration in the classroom.
RT @5GAmericas: 5G Americas president Chris Pearson says "everyone" should win on 5G, but that this can only be achieved if the United States government ensures the two key ingredients of spectrum and infrastructure deployments are worked through. https://t.co/DQ4Ddw52ey https://t.co/RB5WLyLxzaOpen
5G Americas is encouraging the US government to make more spectrum available sooner, as well as clearing the path for cellular infrastructure deployment to bring the average approval time ...
"Only after deploying a #5G core can operators offer 5G’s full set of new use cases and services." My colleague @EsterNava shares her thoughts on why the core network is "central" to the success of 5G. https://t.co/8uD6jJOJfZ #cloud #SDN #NFV https://t.co/ryBdZaT98JOpen
What comes to mind when someone mentions 5G? It’s a mobile technology, right? So, chances are the radio network will be your first thought. But we mustn’t forget something equally ...
RT @FierceWireless: “Ericsson has not seen the report referenced, but we disagree with the conclusions being reported. Ericsson has a long relationship with AT&T and was recently named by AT&T as one of its technology suppliers to build its nationwide 5G network.” https://t.co/DDYMQnewWAOpen
Ericsson said it disagrees with an analyst report that found that Ericsson is mostly missing from AT&T’s physical 5G build-out, having apparently lost that business to Nokia and Samsung.
RT @FierceWireless: “No, that’s not first,” said AT&T's John Donovan of Verizon’s first-to-5G launch claims. “There’s ‘real first’ and then there’s ‘television commercial first.’” https://t.co/38iNKCWYqm #5G $VZOpen
AT&T offered an update on its LTE network upgrade efforts at the same time top executives touted the opportunities that will be created by the carrier’s pending rollout of 5G network ...
With 5G set to roll out, there has been remarkably little discussion of how 5G services will be priced. I believe operators should be considering charging a premium price for what will hopefully be a premium service https://t.co/rTIGsEZFB3 via @marklowensteinOpen
With 5G set to roll out across a number of cities in the coming months, there has been remarkably little discussion of how 5G services will be priced. I believe operators should consider ...
AT&T isn’t revealing too many specifics about when it will use low-band spectrum for its 5G deployment but confirmed that it plans to start deploying low band next year.
T-Mobile's top network executives - @NevilleRay Mark McDiarmid and @KKuoppamaki - described how T-Mobile is preparing to predict 5G network usage and capacity. https://t.co/ZCsPfPONhEOpen
As T-Mobile works to obtain regulatory approval for its proposed merger with Sprint, the company’s top network executives provided FCC officials with a detailed look at how T-Mobile is ...
One certain thing about 5G? Find out on: https://t.co/2L4bojCBCm #BusinessModels #Marketing #Network #WiFi #PR #Mobile #Consumer https://t.co/K17DEru0ObOpen
*Verizon claims it's first to 5G - it isn't** The roll-out (of whatever it is) is hardly a roll-out. It's a few cities*** It's not 5G it's non/pre standard fi…
We've got an exclusive speaker interview with Stéphane Proust from @orange, check it out here! → https://t.co/2Lj6nLiFDP https://t.co/zXMrfYCRD3Open
The demand from our customers is evolving towards more rich and diverse services, with connected objects and new services such as banking services.
The power of open interfaces is demonstrated with the start of a new ecosystem for operators where they can truly purchase the RAN Software and remote radios to an ‘open interface’ breaking the legacy closed-wall approach. https://t.co/VYP2QvbcNt #CloudRAN @Baicells #opensource https://t.co/aT58dzoUXCOpen
Redefining Mobile Network Economics with Open Interfaces
For tech-savvy fans and consumers, September’s Apple event became another global event with the introduction of a new line up of iPhones and Apple Watches. But for those who listened ...
We will be at the #3GPP RAN Workshop in #Brussels on Oct. 24-25 for IMT Evaluation Groups, policy makers experts Progress of 3GPP work to meet performance requirements IMT-2020 #radio interface technologies https://t.co/VS65mNucF2 #5GIA @EU_events @3GPPLive @DSMeu @NetTechEU https://t.co/1lJPjWFiOCOpen
3GPP will hold a Workshop aimed at informing the ITU sanctioned Evaluation Groups, policy makers and interested experts on the progress of the 3GPP work to meet and exceed the performance ...
Our @Editor_Telecoms has been in Paris this week with Orange Business Services. Read his take on how the company is helping 500 international start-ups to market by 2020. Read the full story here... @Orangebusiness #Telecoms #5G #startups https://t.co/9i4EnfW1aEOpen
Orange invested €700m last year on research and development initiatives
#CCA2018 #Vendors urge #operators to overcome #VoLTE challenges @InteropTechnolo @nokia @Huawei https://t.co/NkdcJgnVdU https://t.co/gXfMjQF27TOpen
CCA ANNUAL CONVENTION, ORLANDO, FLORIDA: A panel of equipment vendors noted regional US operators can ...
@TruthLoverVN Busy now. Relevant in my prof domain: https://t.co/zzlDQUkbQA Recursive = scalable.Open
Recursive InterNet Architecture (RINA) is a “return to fundamentals” redesign of data networking. (For an introduction, see my 2013 article “TCP/IP vs RINA”.)