MWC 2020 preview

MWC 2020 preview

Some of the headline topics for MWC 2020 appear pretty generic – connectivity in the 5G era and the commercial implications of the (fairly meaningless) industry X concept – reflecting the continuing desire to create the broad church of the mobile ecosystem. However,...
5G: behind the hype

5G: behind the hype

It’s like waiting for the other shoe to drop isn’t it? We hit peak hype curve for a new access technology and then the doubters start to make their voices heard. In the last few weeks there has been a generous scattering of reports and commentary throwing dark and...
Efficient deployment of small cells

Efficient deployment of small cells

Recently at a Cambridge Wireless combined Small Cell and Smart and Intelligent Cities SIG meeting, the attendees heard about the impressive densification of networks in Japan, Korea and China. These markets have far fewer constraints on deployment; the US and EU...
Managing the complexity of 5G in industry

Managing the complexity of 5G in industry

As 5G deployment – in many and varied forms – comes closer to large-scale reality, we are already seeing vendors adapting or changing their offering in line with the new realities and business models 5G can accommodate. As 5G trials are being completed around the...

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Can Satcoms at sea improve operations on land?

We write a lot about the needs of industry and how LTE, Wi-Fi, DAS and 5G, incorporated into a private network, could improve logistics and security and underpin just-in-time operations for airports, sea-ports, factories, stadiums, malls or local government. But what...

Connected vehicles: The long and winding road

The automotive industry’s goal was for every new vehicle to be connected by 2022. Now, less than 18 months out, things are more or less on track. But on track for what? M2M vehicle connectivity is already widely available.  This enables a vehicle to be connected to an...

Rail connectivity – further down the track

Passenger connectivity on trains is not a new topic. Unfortunately, neither are the issues it throws up. Of course one central problem doesn’t change. If you are trying to guarantee continuous communications and sufficient capacity to a moving village, issues like...

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