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Entries for November 2012

Mobile operators face one of the biggest challenges in their existence. After decade of growing subscribership and ARPU, in developed countries everybody who cares for it has a mobile phone and most subscribers are getting more services, but paying less for them.

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Download a copy of the presentation at the Signaling Focus day at LTE NA 2012 in Dallas on how the growth in signaling traffic may be a good thing after all.

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I have written extensively on how both small cells and Wi-Fi are needed to provide the capacity boost we need to meet the rapidly growing traffic load, and mostly expounded on the strategic and deployment merits of the argument. But any decision about how small cells and Wi-Fi will coexist in the sublayer depends to a great extent on the underlying economics.

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I will be in Dallas next week for the LTE North America conference and look forward to seeing you at the analyst breakfast on Wednesday 14 at 8:00am. It will be on small-cell backhaul.
Also, you can set up some time to meet during the analyst clinic on Thursday 15 from 3:30pm to 4:30pm.

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Small cells and Wi-Fi are the most powerful tools that mobile operators have to increase data capacity in their networks. Our latest report looks at the business case for small cells and Wi-Fi coexistence the the mobile network sublayer. 

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