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Survey: Telefónica TV lags in LatAm http://ow.ly/2V9kl7

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Stand build has begun for Mobile World Congress 2015. This is the first time that Bluwan will actually be conducting live demos for its hyperconnectivity LinkFusion solution. If you're planning on attending, then be sure to visit us in Hall 5, Stand 5D10. Book for on appointment by messaging us or emailing us at marketing "at" bluwan.com http://ow.ly/i/8Da9k

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With internet traffic growing and richer content saturating the network, gigabit network-enabled cities (gigabit cities) can offer uncontested broadband speeds, allowing users to share high quality and uninterrupted video, audio, images, and other large files in real time. But analysts predict that it could cost up to $11 billion for Google to offer gigabit internet and TV services to a further 20 million US homes. While gigabit cities offer an exciting glimpse into the future, Bluwan thinks that ISPs must get back to basics and ensure they prioritise meeting the more pragmatic bandwidth requirements of an underserved nation. http://ow.ly/CN5pa

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Did you know that sharks are sometimes eating your connectivity ?

http://www.bluwan.com/blog/access/shark-attack-your-network
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‘UK broadband is not fit for purpose’, declared the Federation for Small Businesses last week. While large parts of the UK are already enjoying superfast broadband, small firms are facing a competitive disadvantage as the price point for coverage good enough for business remains unaffordable. Although the problem is worse in rural areas as Communication Service Providers (CSPs) struggle to connect the last mile, businesses in towns are also struggling with low broadband speeds. But, how can CSPs solve this issue and deliver the coverage and capacity that is desperately needed?
[blog] http://ow.ly/zzOkN #broadband #enterpriseaccess

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Some parts of rural Britain have no mobile coverage at all. Some are loosely covered by just one or two operators.
The Government is keen to correct the problem and make network blackspots a thing of the past. However, this is not an easy problem to fix with many variables at play – the biggest one being cost.

Given the fact that national roaming and additional network sharing deals aren’t viable options in the UK, what’s left?
In this blog post you will learn why small cells could be a very interesting solution...
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4G LTE has been created to deliver more capacity in a smarter way. But more sites are required. Small cell networks are great remedies for surgical capacity, coverage additions and density. They just need to be deployed in the right locations. This is the reason why operators are considering public infrastructure assets like bus stops and lamp posts as a solution to the densification, simply because these assets are placed where people are.
But how can site providers and operators get to an arrangement that is best for them both? [Blog] #smallcells #4G #LTE ow.ly/yM6j7

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Most mature regional broadband markets around the world are dominated by a small number of service providers.
In order to stay competitive all ISPs must offer the lowest possible cost per bit. They must also ensure that they have the means to increase capacity exponentially as demand increases.
If small ISPs are going to make headway against larger incumbents, they must be bold and embrace disruptive technology that is capable of delivering high quality, rich and interactive services well into the future. [Blog post] http://ow.ly/xI9SH

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After discussing the use cases and benefits of 5G, Shayan Sanyal gives his take on the target date for 5G.
As an industry, we still need to define the next generation access network. Fundamentally, 5G will have to provide better brain capabilities that can enhance opportunities for service providers to maximise the value of their networks.
All speakers on the panel agreed that we are still a few years away from the reality of 5G networks, but the pace of innovation in the industry is definitely accelerating the pace at which we are going through the hype cycle.
[Blog post] http://ow.ly/wJVyv

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This week, Asha Keddy from Intel and Shayan Sanyal from Bluwan focus on the use cases and benefits of the much anticipated, #5G.

Shayan Sanyal insists on the importance of CAPEX in the deployment of #5G. So far operators have invested huge amounts in the current #4G and #LTE-A networks and have faced a number of difficulties in the deployment. As operators continue to roll out small cells and increase the value of the network, #5G will have to maximise this value and utilise “already made” investments.

According to Shayan, the 2020 network will be a culmination of multiple technologies and #5G will be about the management of those technologies together to provide a seamless user experience.

On the other hand, Asha Keddy believes that the #5G use cases will define themselves. However, she raises the point that we need to look at new metrics rather than focusing on bits per second only. For example: frequency, area and energy efficiency would have to enter the equation in order to look at things more holistically.
http://ow.ly/wxu5Y
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