More and more people use mobile devices in all aspects of their lives. Unfortunately the RF signals that connect to our smartphones and tablets have problems penetrating most modern buildings. Discover the benefits of signal boosters, how they are installed and explore a range of case studies. Download this eBrief!
DPI delivers in-depth network traffic and subscriber analytics to help wireless access point vendors to create an intelligent network infrastructure that can offer an opportunity to monetize new data services, improve quality of experience (QoE), strengthen network security measures and more. Learn more.
The Internet of Things is changing the way we interact with devices, organizations, and each other. At the same time, it opens new avenues for security vulnerabilities, with more complex and distant connections between devices, software, networks, the cloud, and enterprise systems. Register now to learn why security is critical for the Internet of Things.
The accelerating pace of innovation in technologies, networks and methodologies is compelling companies to adopt new strategies to achieve a competitive edge in the evolving marketplace. Today’s hypercompetitive landscape requires intelligent test solutions that can manage higher velocity, volume and complexity of new product releases. Effective test solutions can improve product quality, lower costs and accelerate time-to-revenue while fast-tracking the testing journey in the continuum. Read more.
For more than a decade, carriers and mobile operators have actively been exploring opportunities offered by the smart cities and wider IoT markets. This webinar will discuss the future of carriers beyond their connectivity heritage and how they can take on the “untelco” role. Register now!
Most IoT devices require low power consumption in order to extend battery life to months and even years. Discover principles for designing and deploying low-power IOT devices to optimize power consumption and ensure long battery life. Register now!
This webinar, presented by FierceWireless and Senza Fili, is a preview of a report that discusses how edge computing challenges the RAN/core separation and changes the end-to-end network architecture, and the impact it will have on the on the business case, services and user experience. Register Now.
As the vitality of wireless spectrum has increased, it’s become clear that while the data demand is limitless, this crucial resource is increasingly scarce. OnGo unlocks valuable spectrum for fixed and mobile users while offering the performance of licensed spectrum at a lower expected cost. Download now.
In this webinar, Monica Paolini, founder and president of Senza Fili, and Chris Stark, chair of the CBRS Alliance, discuss how OnGo, formerly known as CBRS, unlocks valuable spectrum for fixed and mobile users while offering the performance of licensed spectrum at a lower expected cost. Register Now
Request a complimentary copy of the “Be ahead in 5G. Demystifying 5G NR” poster.
Today’s consumers are already more digitally and socially connected than ever before, and their need for reliable, high-performance connectivity will only increase as they embrace artificially intelligent mobile apps and consume greater amounts of augmented reality, virtual reality and video-based content. Download this Whitepaper to learn more about the hybrid cloud in telecommunications.
As macro wireless networks cover ever expanding geographies, carriers and vendors are increasingly looking at technologies to bring wireless signals indoors. From small cells to DAS to CBRS, the options for inbuilding wireless are growing. How will this space shake out? Register Now
To increase coverage and capacity (data rates), carriers must “densify” their networks. The most well-known method is by deploying small cells.
Attend this webinar to learn more about carrier aggregation, multi-carrier neutral host deployments, isolation between bands, and more. Register now.
From propagation simulation software to the geodata behind it all, we asked the experts what’s working and where there might be room for improvement to help networks keep up with growing capacity needs and urban sprawl. How can we make the future of network planning more efficient? Register Now
NetAnticipate is a highly scalable, intent-based, predictive AI platform to realize self-learning network. It is an Aricent framework for Network AI that can process petabytes of network data in real-time to accurately predict network anomaly and take preventive measures through automated feedback loop. Download now.