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Improving latency and capacity in transport for C-RAN and 5G
Thanks to all who attended the webinar, to the sponsors, and to RCR Wireless. You can listen to the webinar and get the slides
Improving latency and capacity in transport for C-RAN and 5G

Thanks to all who attended the webinar, to the sponsors, and to RCR Wireless. You can listen to the webinar and get the slides:
Improving latency and capacity in transport for C-RAN and 5G

Thanks to all who attended the webinar, to the sponsors, and to RCR Wireless. You can listen to the webinar and get the slides:

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The need for fronthaul keeps growing as operators move to C-RAN topologies. Along with the widening deployment of fronthaul, there is a need to test and validate fronthaul links. I talked about this with Marquis Dorais, Fronthaul Product Line Manager at EXFO

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Webinar tomorrow: Improving latency and capacity in transport for C-RAN and 5G. Trends in backhaul, fronthaul, xhaul and mmW. December 13, 2016 at 8:00 am PT, 11:00 am ET, 4:00 pm BST (UTC+1), 5:00 pm CEST. Register here

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Small cells, C-RAN and, eventually, 5G set new requirements on transport – and in turn they drive the adoption of new technologies and solutions. In this discussion with Jim Guillet, Product Marketing at Nokia we discussed how fronthaul is evolving and the emergence of midhaul. 

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The growing presence of C-RAN topologies is expanding the role of fronthaul in transport. In this conversation with Femi Adeyemi, Distinguished Solutions Architect at Fujitsu, we talked about the evolution in transport, driven by C-RAN and 5G.

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Densification is more than small cells. Or DAS. Or Wi-Fi. The demand to carry more traffic, to more device types, with more reliability and lower latency creates the need for networks that not only have a higher density of RAN access points, but that are fundamentally different. The atomic, discrete networks we have today are morphing into pervasive networks, that are distributed and moving closer to devices and subscribers. 

In this report we look at what enables operators to move from ad-hoc to massive densification, and how that changes wireless networks. 

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I am starting to work on a new report on this topic (and yes it will cover mmW and fixed wireless too). If there is anything you'd like to discuss or share, let me know 

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Most of large venues have indoor infrastructure. The challenge now is to reach the medium-sized venue – the Middleprise. We talked to Ken Sandfeld, President of SOLiD America, about what technology and business models can address this challenge. 

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Interference identification and management in dense, multilayer networks is a crucial task and, in many ways, a different task than in a macro only network. In our conversation with Tom Elliott, Product Manager at Anritsu we talked about how to identify sources of interference in DAS and small-cell networks.

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With most of traffic generated by subscribers in indoor locations, Samsung has directed its focus on the indoor small-cell market. Nivi Thadasina, Senior Director of 5G and 4G Engineering at Samsung Electronics America told us: “In 2007 the need was coverage. In-building was the challenge. The signal was not penetrating where it needed to. The immediate need from our customers was “Hey. Can we get coverage in areas where it’s very hard to reach through micro cells?” 

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