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5G Changes Everything

The 5G Network of Tomorrow is coming to mobile broadband, and like SDN/NFV, it will generate new network operating models. While avant-garde operators will quickly adopt, further cementing their market leading positions, 5G will open the door to non-traditional network operators and infrastructure vendors for networks in unlicensed and shared ...

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CES 2016 has grown again from its noticeable presence last year.  This year brought 10 auto OEM’s, over 115 auto electronic tech companies, 25% more floor space and two OEM keynotes (GM and VW).   Auto presence was up 17% YoY (Consumer Tech Assoc.) and the press buzz was hard to miss.  The ...

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On the 16th December 2015, Qualcomm, Intel, Nokia and Ericsson formed the MuLTEfire Alliance. The Alliance is now canvassing for additional members. It is expected the body will try to sign up as many device, infrastructure and telco service providers as possible. If they are able to sign up cable operators and Google, who have ...

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