Noticias

  • NATE Unite 2018: NWSA continues to ramp up tower safety efforts
    NASHVILLE, Tenn.–Members of the National Wireless Safety Alliance said that tower contractors may soon begin to see requirements from carriers that a percentage of their employees have NWSA certification — possibly as soon as this year, according to NWSA board Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2018-02-23
  • Hackers using encryption to deter detection, finds Cisco cybersecurity report
    Cisco releases 2018 Annual Cybersecurity Report Cyber criminals are increasingly using encryption to evade detection, while security professionals are becoming more reliant on automation, machine learning and artificial intelligence (A.I.). That is at least the conclusion of Cisco’s recently published Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2018-02-23
  • 5G devices: National Instruments tests user equipment
    Now that the 3GPP has adopted an initial 5G specification, chipmakers and device manufacturers can start developing end-user equipment for next-generation networks. National Instruments is laying the groundwork with a test device that the company plans to demonstrate at Mobile Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2018-02-23
  • 2018 wireless test trends (Reader Forum)
      As we enter the early stages of the “5G era,” new technologies are deploying to cover use cases around Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMMB), Ultra-Reliable Low Latency Communications (URLLC), and Massive Machine Type Communication (mMTC).  These use cases are not Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2018-02-23
  • Riverbed SD-WAN updates focus on securing cloud connectivity
    Riverbed announces SteelConnect updates Riverbed recently announced updates to its SD-WAN solution SteelConnect, including private links that enable users to connect to Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure. Other updates include integration between SteelConnect and Riverbed Xirrus Wi-Fi, Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2018-02-23
  • NATE Unite 2018: Women climbing the ranks in tower industry
    NASHVILLE, Tenn.–Danielle Meyers likes the view from the top — of the cell tower, that is. Meyers, a lead tower technician for six years for MillerCo, is based in Texas and the company’s only woman tower climber in the field. Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2018-02-23
  • The role of SDN in intent-based networking
    The future of networking Software-defined networking (SDN) is expected to play a role in the enablement of intent-based networking systems (IBNS), which promise to give network administrators greater control over networks through a mix of automation and machine learning. While Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2018-02-23
  • Swisscom aims to launch 5G network with Ericsson by end of 2018
    The two companies will collaborate on end-to- end network slicing for critical communications Mobile operator Swisscom announced plans to deploy a commercial 5G network by the end of this year in partnership with Ericsson, which will provide the necessary hardware Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2018-02-23
  • Test and Measurement: 5G trials are accelerating, Viavi says
    The pace of 5G trials has “rapidly accelerated during the past six months,” according to new information from Viavi Solutions on the state of 5G trials. Viavi said that 72 operators are testing 5G, which is almost three times the Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2018-02-23
  • Paving the Way for Wireless Internet TV to the Home
    5G fixed wireless access use case brings new set of testing challenges With the 5G non-standalone (NSA) specification set for completion later this year along with the 3GPP tracking to complete the standalone 5G New Radio (NR) specification mid-2018, Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2018-02-22