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In this white paper, "AeroMACS: A common platform for air traffic management applications,"  sponsored by the WiMAX Forum, I  looked at wireless applications that support the ground segment of air traffic management. AeroMACS is the technology that can bring broadband connectivity in airports to connect fixed and mobile assets, staff, and aircraft, to airlines, airport authorities and traffic control agencies.

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Faced with an increase in traffic volume and complexity, KDDI looks at NFV as a way to get the flexibility and agility it needs to increase network efficiency and support new services.

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Hitachi’s focus is squarely on virtualization of the control plane with its recently announced, fully virtualized MME/SGSN that supports the NFVI. It is an evolution of the existing ATCA-based MME/SGSN that was introduced after Hitachi acquired Nortel’s EPC assets.

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I just finished a white paper that compares the TCO for fronthaul and backhaul. In the model developed for the paper, I looked at the combined per-bit costs macro- and small-cell layer.

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...and here is the second interview from London's Small Cell World Summit in June, again with TelecomTV

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The report on the TCO for combined Wi-Fi and small-cell deployments is now available for free download.

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Report on small-cell backhaul that analyzes tradeoffs of different wireless backhaul solutions is now available for free

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Our latest white paper, "From bits to context-driven services. The evolution from voice to data digital lifestyle services" sponsored by Allot Communications, discusses a new approach to mobile services that use contextual information to move beyond volume-based pricing.

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Nobody questions Wi-Fi’s role in the current growth of wireless traffic and mobile device adoption. Today, overall Wi-Fi traffic dwarfs cellular traffic and, according to WIK, 74% of the traffic from smartphones and tablet was transported over Wi-Fi in 2013. LTE networks will greatly expand cellular capacity, but Wi-Fi will retain its advantage.

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Next week I will participate in a webinar sponsored by F5 Networks entitled "How to scale network growth to match business goals. The role of context-aware traffic management in service customization" along with Leonid Burakovsky, Senior Director of Strategic Solutions, F5 Networks, and Misbah Mahmoodi, Product Marketing Manager, F5 Networks.

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