Posts Tagged ‘ broadband ’

Small Cells: A Bright Spot in Dismal Wireless Infrastructure Market

October 24, 2013
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Cell Tower

Infonetics Research released excerpts from its 2nd quarter 2013 (2Q13) Residential and Enterprise Femtocell Equipment report, which tracks femtocells by market segment, technology, and form factor. 2Q13 FEMTOCELL MARKET HIGHLIGHTS The global 2G/3G/4G residential and enterprise femtocell equipment market grew 4% sequentially in 1Q13, to $115 million, driven by LTE Integrated femtocells are expected to…

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Viodi View – 10/04/13

October 4, 2013
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Viodi View – 10/04/13

Unique Communities Bonded by Broadband You have seen one rural community and you haven’t seen them all. I have found that to be the case in my travels through rural America. Each locale has a unique story. So often one find things that are unexpected (like a town that is home to a company that…

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TC3 Part 2: Likely Strategic Goals for Next FCC Chairman; Obstacles Ahead

September 25, 2013
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Introduction This is the second article covering the Telecom Council’s annual TC3 summit. The first article covered start-up company value propositions and the SPIFFY Award Winners.  This piece is entirely devoted to likely FCC policies and obstacles faced in achieving their goals and objectives. Steve Augustino of Kelley Drye & Warren law firm presented an…

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2013 Telecom Council TC3 Part 1: Start-up Pitches and SPIFFY Award Winners

September 23, 2013
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Cell Tower

Introduction: Telecom Council Carrier Connections (TC3) – the Telecom Council’s annual summit- was held Sept 18-19, 2013 at Juniper Networks in Sunnyvale, CA. The event provides an opportunity for start-ups, network equipment vendors, and application developers to interact with telecom carriers (telcos) and global network operators.  In addition, several carrier-vendor success stories were were told…

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Viodi View – 08/09/13

August 9, 2013
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Ken Pyle interviews Becky Jones of Viamedia at The Independent Show.

The moments of life blur together as the years speed by faster and faster. Travel tends to accelerate the blur, as the towns and conferences seem to melt into a collage of images and seem to be part of another life. The moments that standout are when those different paths intersect, like they did last…

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