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The practice of providing wireless coverage in venues is almost as old as the mobile industry itself. Earlier, the goal was to provision venues with sufficient voice capacity. However, there has been a shift in recent years that has stimulated innovations for in-venue communications.

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by Anritsu

This paper explores the basics of non-signaling test, the various models of implementing a non-signaling test setup and approaches to lower the overall cost of test in manufacturing.

by Anritsu

Inside this White Paper we will show an Signaling Tester which emulates an end - to - end 4G wireless network. It is desirable to use a network emulator since the goal is to monitor and understand the overall be havior of a smartphone and the impact that it would place on a live network before the device or application is permitted to operate on the live network.

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  Mobile video optimization started as a singular focus on reducing traffic on the network but has shifted to two distinct requirements. While the savings angle is still attractive to operators who have an all-you-can-eat data offering, others are leveraging optimization as a means improve the user experience. This paper will explore how video optimization technology can be intelligently used to reduce the peak throughput generated in mobile data networks, and how QoE-focused techniques for contextually selective video optimization are the key assets in finding balance between savings and QoE.

  In Wireless Week's November special eReport, we look to the heavens for a better understanding of cloud computing and how off-premise storage and processing is having a big effect on the wireless industry. From how the cloud might help operators fend off the threat of Wi-Fi, to a quick check in with IBM on their cloud-based services following the SoftLayer acquisition, we cover it all. Check it out!

by Genco

  How Dell and GENCO reinvented their relationship to deliver record supply chain results using a Vested business model. 

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by NetMotion Wireless

This paper details the top 12 challenges that organizations may face as they expand their mobile workforce and systems to support them, and the solutions to help overcome them. Knowledge of them will assist IT departments in planning a successful deployment.

by Metaswitch

Miercom evaluated the Metaswitch Perimeta Session Border Controller (SBC) software, running on commercial Dell server and ATCA hardware, for performance, scalability, reliability, and security in various usage scenarios and deployment modes. They concluded that the Perimeta software exceeded alternative offerings in the most important metrics, affording exceptional value for network operators in both access and interconnect SBC deployments. Learn more by downloading the complete report.

by NetMotion Wireless

This paper details the top 12 challenges that organizations may face as they expand their mobile workforce and systems to support them, and the solutions to help overcome them. Knowledge of them will assist IT departments in planning a successful deployment.

by Wireless Week

  Download this special eReport from Wireless Week on All Things LTE, where we look at key topics in the rollout of tomorrow's networks. In this edition, we cover LTE-Advanced, wearable tech, Sprint’s tri-band differentiator, and the case for single-mode LTE devices. Take a peek!

by NetMotion Wireless

  This survey captures responses from more than 400 networking professionals from a variety of industries to paint a picture of the state of cellular data deployments: the value of these initiatives, current practices and challenges, and uncovers where there might be shortfalls and opportunities to improve efficiency and effectiveness as we look toward the future of mobile data.

by Anritsu

Driven by ever-increasing demands for higher data rates, lower latency, and higher capacity, cellular radio access technology has advanced dramatically over the past decade or so. Since packet data connectivity was introduced in cellular’s second generation, some of the more important advancements introduced include: adaptive modulation and coding (AMC), turbo coding, hybrid automatic repeat request (HARQ), multiple input/multiple output (MIMO) antenna systems, orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA), and ever-widening channel bandwidths.

by iBasis a KPN Company

Mobile operators are moving to a data-centric world. LTE has become the most rapidly deployed cellular network technology in the industry's history and the demise of circuit switching—while still on the distant horizon—is now in sight.

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