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Cobham Wireless looks to establish a strong market presence

The creation of Cobham Wireless out of Axell Wireless and Aeroflex is a strategic statement of intent by Cobham plc as it seeks expand beyond its defence and security heartland into the commercial wireless market, SVP Ian Langley explains to Wireless editor James Atkinson

13 Apr 2015 11:11 AM

Optimising the quality of experience in 5G

Tommi Jämsä, senior manager of Channel Emulation Research and Technology at Anite, looks at some of the key challenges that need to be overcome to enable 5G, including increasing the radio channel bandwidth available to the wireless device and improving the spectral efficiency of the radio channel

10 Apr 2015 03:13 PM

CommScope enhances operator flexibility for DAS and PIM testing

CommScope’s unveiled new DAS and Small Cell products, along with a new CPRI PIM test solution at Mobile World Congress. Samuel Buttarelli and Colin Bryce explain the benefits of these latest offerings for mobile operators to Wireless editor James Atkinson

30 Mar 2015 01:35 PM

Ruckus Wireless on the evolution of carrier-grade Wi-Fi

The demand to integrate Wi-Fi more closely into carrier and cable networks is growing, David Callisch, VP of Corporate Marketing, tells Wireless editor James Atkinson, while innovations such as Wi-Fi Calling, 802.11ac wave 2, and Hotspot 2.0 wave 2 are adding to its appeal

23 Mar 2015 12:28 PM

Devicescape CEO Dave Fraser on putting connectivity first

Devicescape, the provider of Curated Virtual Network of amenity Wi-Fi, believes its time operators abandoned the silo mentality of Wi-Fi or cellular and instead provide the best connectivity solution for each subscriber, as CEO Dave Fraser explains to Wireless editor James Atkinson

23 Mar 2015 11:09 AM

Why merging Fastback Network and Sub10 Systems makes sense

Kevin J. Duffy, CEO of Fastback Networks and Stuart Broome, CEO of Sub10 Systems, explain the thinking behind today’s merger of the two mobile backhaul specialists to Wireless editor James Atkinson

17 Mar 2015 04:10 PM

The hunt for the next generation mobile technology

5G is being touted as the answer to a wide range of proposed mobile applications, but as James Atkinson finds out, there is little agreement yet as to what it actually is

19 Feb 2015 05:11 PM

Virtualisation opportunities are real transformative for operators

Virtualisation presents mobile operators with an opportunity to reset their cost bases by taking new technical approaches to network hardware and operation, writes George Malim

19 Feb 2015 04:50 PM

Outdoor small cells await lift-off

Outdoor small cells will be needed to densify networks and provide capacity closer to end user devices at street level, but operators have been slow to deploy them so far, as James Atkinson finds out

19 Feb 2015 04:14 PM

In-building coverage set for take-off

There is now a good choice of in-building solutions to boost cellular coverage and capacity indoors. What needs to be decided are the go-to-market models and who pays for what. James Atkinson reports

19 Feb 2015 03:31 PM

Extending mobile networks with carrier Wi-Fi

Once regarded with suspicion, mobile operators are now using Wi-Fi to grow capacity, while cutting costs and increasing efficiency, reports Kate O’Flaherty

19 Feb 2015 03:13 PM

Time to get back to (virtual) reality with NFV

Network functions virtualisation is being hailed as a way to dynamically add capacity to networks at a much reduced cost. However, migration to NFV is likely to be far more difficult than people think. Pravin Mirchandani, CMO, OneAccess, calls for ‘plausible NFV’ amid a world of ill-judged proof-of-concepts

19 Feb 2015 02:55 PM

Meeting the security threats in LTE

The move to 4G LTE networks is exposing operators and end users to new security risks because the LTE architecture is much flatter and more IP-centric than 3G, meaning there are fewer steps to access the core network. Robin Kent, director of European operations at Adax, argues that operators need to address security as a multi-level problem

19 Feb 2015 02:42 PM

PMR vendors continue to innovate

PMR vendors continue to innovate Cologne’s PMR Expo 2014 saw most of the established PMR manufacturers demonstrating their latest products and solutions, but it also highlighted potential competition from China, with no less than 11 two-way radio and accessories firms in attendance, as James Atkinson reports

19 Feb 2015 02:28 PM

The Internet of Things accelerates into 2015

The Internet of Things attracted plenty of hype in 2014, but Macario Namie, VP Marketing at IoT platform provider, Jasper, argues that 2015 will see real growth in a number of verticals with many others following in their wake

22 Jan 2015 05:00 PM

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