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Small Cells and Offloading

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Boingo expands Wi-Fi offload trial to include 5M handsets

Boingo Wireless has expanded its Tier 1 carrier offload trial to include millions more handsets using its Passpoint-enabled network. The company is not revealing the identity of the carrier.

New Sprint handset policy tangling up BYOD program, MVNO Ting says

Sprint MVNO Ting Mobile said that because of a system Sprint has implemented to check if a customer still owes the carrier money, some customers are experiencing difficulties in bringing their phones over to Ting and other Sprint MVNOs.

Report: UK businesses lose over £30M a week due to poor mobile signals

UK businesses are losing £32.7 million (€44 million/$439.8 million) a week as 43 per cent of employees spend an hour or more searching for reliable mobile phone signals to make work-related calls.

SingTel tests Ericsson's Radio Dot System for in-building coverage, capacity boost

SingTel is conducting a trial of Ericsson's Radio Dot System to improve the in-building mobile broadband experience for its customers in Singapore.

Ericsson: Wireless backhaul comparable to fibre in small cells

Ericsson said wireless backhaul is as effective as fibre in non-line-of-sight (NLOS) small cells used in heterogeneous networks (hetnets) in licensed spectrum up to 30 GHz.

Nokia Networks homes in on small cells, teams with HP on NFV

During Nokia Capital Markets Day 2014 in London, CEO and President Rajeev Suri identified small cells as one of the areas where Nokia Networks will continue to expand and invest.

Nokia exec: Look for more small cells, carrier aggregation in 2015

Nokia has undergone a lot of changes over the past several years, but there is one thing that hasn't changed. The company can still tie its roots back to the original Finnish company that manufactured not phones but paper, tires and rubber boots.

SK Telecom, Ericsson test Smart Wake-up to manage small cell traffic

SK Telecom, along with vendor partner Ericsson, developed Smart Wake-up, a technology that dynamically wakes up small cells when traffic enters the cell.

Accuris will use $15M investment to extend Wi-Fi offload, roaming efforts

Accuris Networks attracted a $15 million equity funding round and hired as its new CEO wireless industry veteran Jeff Brown, who was most recently CEO and president of Kineto Wireless.

Sprint's ability to offer blazing peak speeds worries rivals, says Nokia exec

LAS VEGAS--Rival U.S. operators are concerned about the "peak wars" that Sprint might initiate using its vast spectrum holdings, said Mike Murphy, Nokia Networks' head of technology, North America.