So far, 2013 is a lot like 2012 when it comes to user expectations for their smartphones and tablets: more and more bandwidth to support their data demands along with uninterrupted coverage while on the go. Mobile operators are turning to small cells to help meet these demands, and we see some clear trends emerging […]
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In our second webinar of the Optimizing Mobile Networks series, titled “Core Network Optimization: The Control Plane, Data Plane and Beyond,” industry leaders learned from our top systems architects about the challenges and complexities presented by the wide range of available applications for core network optimization. Driven by the massive growth in data traffic on […]
This statement was supported by our recent poll of more than 200 mobile industry professionals. We surveyed attendees during a live webinar earlier this month, and those who responded overwhelmingly voted small cells and Wi-Fi offload as the two top technologies being pursued by mobile operators for mobile data offload. SIPTO/LIPA and offload gateway were […]
Discover how mobile operators can offload exploding data traffic by combining both Wi-Fi and small cells to create the optimal capacity underlay. Discuss benefits and challenges of deploying both solutions, including security concerns and transparent connectivity.
According to the Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI), 36 percent of all current Internet traffic is being delivered over Wi-Fi. By 2015 that number is forecast to reach 46 percent, at which point less than 10 percent of all traffic will be carried over cellular networks. Yet “Wi-Fi” appears only a handful of times on the agenda for the […]
Radisys CTO Manish Singh discusses what technologies and applications are going to be the most disruptive to the marketplace at Small Cells Asia 2012. Manish Singh Manish joined Radisys in 2011 with the acquisition of Continuous Computing and serves as Chief Technology Officer. Prior to Radisys, Manish was the Vice President of Product Line Management […]