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  • Keysight webinar: NB-IoT and LTE CAT-M1 – RF field measurements for CIoT (Cellular IoT)
    IoT is an emerging technology currently in piloting and live implementation phase at a number of operators across the globe. IoT is expected to multiply the number of mobile connections in coming years, being one of the main growth initiatives Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2017-12-12
  • How to choose a low- or high-power DAS (Reader Forum)
      To ensure reliable in-door wireless connectivity, industries across the board are turning to a distributed antenna system (DAS). A DAS typically comprises active electronics, usually a central hub connected to remote units, paired with antennas distributed throughout a building, Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2017-12-12
  • FirstNet documents reportedly leaked in Vermont
    Vermont has already decided to opt in to AT&T’s build-out of a nationwide public safety LTE network, but leaked documents from consultants’ assessments of the First Responders Network Authority plans in Vermont have made some state officials fear that they Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2017-12-12
  • IBM launches ALM v1.2 to address NFV challenges
    IBM premieres Agile Lifecycle Manager version 1.2 IBM recently deployed Agile Lifecycle Manager (ALM) version 1.2, which provides a design, test and automated deployment platform to address technical challenges anchored to network functions virtualization (NFV). According to the company, IBM Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2017-12-12
  • Verizon: 5G is exceeding expectations
    Verizon CFO Matthew Ellis told an investor conference the company’s 5G trials using millimeter wave spectrum are exceeding expectations in “commercial-type tests.” He said spectrum propagation has been better than expected in trials leading up to the company’s decision to Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2017-12-12
  • ONF’s CORD 4.1 focuses on multi-access edge cloud
    ONF launches CORD 4.1 The Open Networking Foundation (ONF) announced that Central Office Re-architected as a Datacenter (CORD) has undergone some significant changes with the release of CORD 4.1 in order to provide a single platform for multi-access edge cloud. Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2017-12-12
  • BNG interface protocol forming with Huawei, China Mobile proposal
    Huawei and China Mobile submit BNG proposal to IETF Huawei and the China Mobile Research Institute submitted a standards proposal at the Internet Engineering Task Force’s (IETF) 100th meeting for the first cloud-based Broadband Network Gateway (BNG) interface protocol requirements. Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2017-12-12
  • Huawei, Sunrise take next step toward 5G in Switzerland
    The test, which took place in Zurich demonstrated virtual reality and 360-degree panoramic live video, among other features Swiss telco Sunrise and Chinese vendor Huawei have announced the completion of an extensive 5G test in Switzerland. Using cloud-based core network Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2017-12-12
  • Corning spending $900 million on 3M’s fiber, copper business
    As the densification of LTE networks continues in advance of commercial 5G deployments–expected to pick up in the 2019-2020 timeframe, although Verizon has announced commercial 5G fixed wireless access availability in the second half of 2018–the importance of fiber to Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2017-12-12
  • Report: 50% increase in small cells between 2018 and 2020
    40% of operators to deploy 100-350 small cells per square kilometer by 2020 Small cell deployments are poised for a dramatic uptick as operators hone network densification plans as 5G networks come to life, according to new research published by Read more
    Source: RCR Wireless NewsPublished on 2017-12-12