InfoWorld Cisco unveils software, hardware for hybrid wireless networks
Cisco Tuesday introduced small cell hardware and intelligent software designed to help carriers and enterprises improve wireless connections over hybrid networks made of 3G and 4G cellular and Wi-Fi technologies. The products, which Cisco plans to demonstrate at next week's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, are intended to help networks grapple with a projected 13-fold increase in the size of the mobile Internet by 2017, Cisco officials said.
BWE Magazine Lineage Power Helps Reduce Costs and Increase Cell Tower Efficiency for Mobile Internet Expansion
Lineage Power Corporation announced availability of its new family of Total Efficiency ™ DC Voltage wide output power amplifier DC-DC converter modules, designed to significantly lower costs for cellular base stations. The new 48V and 24V input, 350W JNW and JNC power amplifier modules, designed for use within 3G and 4G/LTE wireless base stations, underscore the carriers' needs for reduced size and cost with improved energy efficiency as operators deploy more Mobile Internet infrastructure to keep pa...
Network World Hotspot 2.0 will power the mobile Internet
With an estimated 800 million new Wi-Fi-enabled devices entering the mobile market each year, new Wi-Fi networks are emerging to connect businesses and users inside public venues ranging from malls and airports to hotels, schools and universities.
GPRS News Kcell changes GPRS/Wap rates
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