CHALLENGES AND CHOICES IN NEXT-GEN WIRELESS NETWORK PLANNING

As a telco professional, you probably already know that mobile network planning is more complicated than ever. Networks are seeing unprecedented demands for data capacity, speed and reliability. These demands are forcing the rapid adoption of advanced features, such as carrier aggregation, multipleinput-multiple-output antennas and higher-order modulation techniques that demand excellent channel conditions in order to deliver faster, more efficient network performance.

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DECK 7 WEBINAR BENCHMARKS AND BEST PRACTICES REPORT

whitePaper | March 23, 2020

Read the Deck 7 Webinar Benchmarks & Best Practices Report to see how your webinars measure against market benchmarks. And learn about the best practices

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The Future of IT Network Security

whitePaper | July 12, 2021

It’s no secret that the sudden drastic changes in the way we work over the past nine months have negatively impacted user experience and increased cybersecurity risk. IT departments have scrambled to empower newly remote employees, seeking ways to enable ubiquitous application access and improve network performance. But the acceleration of the Future of Work has come at a cost. Business continuity concerns have caused organizations to focus on improving the user experience for remote employees at the expense of security and IT professionals know this isn’t sustainable. Menlo’s new research report captures the concerns of IT professionals at U.S. based organizations as they grapple with the acceleration of digital transformation in the age of COVID-19.

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Making 5G A Reality

whitePaper | December 12, 2019

Qualcomm said it expects 200 million 5G smartphones to be sold in 2020 and that will make it the world’s largest supplier of mobile phone chips. Qualcomm Chief Financial Officer Akash Palkhiwala said on an investor call there would be “two inflexion points” for 5G chips next year. One would be in the spring when firms like Samsung and several Chinese handset makers tend to introduce new phones. “The second point will be in the Autumn when another set of flagship devices will adopt 5G.” Fall is when Apple and Alphabet launch new models. Qualcomm’s 5G market estimate, disclosed during a fourth quarter earnings report, is the first from the company

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Private & Enterprise Networks

whitePaper | August 20, 2021

In today’s world, enterprises are becoming increasingly distributed and autonomous. The applications and services they deliver are increasingly demanding high bandwidth, as well as reliable, deterministic communications over wide areas under different conditions and multiple networks. Enterprises and enterprise networks are increasingly demanding more spectrum, more bandwidth and lower latency. Vertical industries each present their own set of unique requirements on communications networks and no one technology or operating model will meet the needs of the enterprise. Instead, the enterprise/ private network of the future can expect to be a multi-network that incorporates elements drawn from traditional enterprise models as well as from public mobile network models.

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Satellite Synchronization is Critical to 5G Mobile Cellular Network Operation

whitePaper | January 15, 2020

Synchronization in carrier networks has been in use forever, but because of its elevated role in 5G, it is now getting more attention. Mobile cellular networks must be synchronized so that towers (base stations) with overlapping coverage do not interfere with each other causing dropped calls or service degradation. The NodeBs used in Third Generation (3G) cellular communications rely on satellite communications for synchronization, as do the Baseband Units (BBUs) used in Fourth Generation (4G) cellular communications.

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5G Alliance for Connected Industries and Automation

whitePaper | April 12, 2022

Distributed industrial applications rely on the quality of service (QoS) of the underlying communications system, which has to meet the application requirements in each case. Some industrial use cases pose highly demanding communication requirements and are therefore quite sensitive to any changes in the QoS.

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