Category Archives: Wireless Applications
Web real-time communication (WebRTC) has the potential to transform the World Wide Web by embedding peer-to-peer sharing applications into browsers and enabling live video streaming over mobile phones. WebRTC is fully supported by Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, for example, thereby enabling websites to become service providers. While this situation could increase competition for voice carriers, it also provides additional revenue opportunities for entrenched carriers via unified communication services (UCS), mobile text, video and voice services, and WebRTC, both as a platform and for WebRTC termination to PSTN and mobile networks.
Change is often viewed as a catalyst for opportunity. Yet the SWOT planning method, which considers the strategic viability of a business plan or market initiative by assessing the upside (strengths and opportunities) and downside (weaknesses and threats) for both internal and external dynamics, informs that change can also be inauspicious.
The wireless industry is undergoing evolutionary and revolutionary changes whose ramifications upon the in-building ecosystem conjure the proverb, “May you live in interesting times” – an adage that has the double-meaning of a blessing and a curse or, stated differently, opportunity and threat. These interesting times include megatrends such as 5G, as well as market-level trends like segment saturation.
BURBANK, Calif., June 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Advanced RF Technologies, Inc. (“ADRF” or the “Company”), a leading provider of wireless coverage and capacity solutions, announced today that the Maintenance Engineering Department of Verizon Wireless, the largest wireless telecommunications provider in the United States with more than 112 million subscribers, has officially approved both of ADRF’s active fiber Distributed Antenna System (DAS) platforms, the ADX V Series and the ADX Series.
Westell Technologies Releases White Paper Detailing How Cybercriminals Threaten Remote Cellular Networks and How to Address the Challenge
Free White Paper Explores Cyber Threats and Lessening the Risk via Site Evaluation, Security Plan Development and Security Breach Remediation
AURORA, IL, June 8, 2016 – Westell Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: WSTL), a leading provider of in-building wireless, intelligent site management, cell site optimization, and outside plant solutions, today announces that it has released a detailed analysis on cybercrime in the remote cellular network and how to best address this critical issue. The paper, entitled How Cybercriminals and Spies Threaten to Attack Your Remote Cellular Network, explores how cybercriminals, both large and small, are attacking our remote cellular networks and what can be done to lessen the risk.
On Monday, May 23, the telecommunications community will gather at the Hotel Ella in Austin, Texas, for the 12th annual Leading Lights awards program, one of the industry’s top recognition ceremonies. It will be a night to honor companies and executives across 30 categories for their work in next-generation communications applications, services and technologies.
SQUAN, a leading telecommunications infrastructure service provider has acquired the assets of Strong Tower Communications, LLC (Strong). Strong provides wireless macro services including new site builds, fiber delivery and testing, maintenance, and program management to wireless telecommunications companies.
ALLIANCETM 2W LROU delivers design flexibility with superior energy efficiency and future proofing
DAS and Small Cells Congress, Las Vegas, NV — May 16, 2016 — SOLiD, a wireless infrastructure company, introduced today the ALLIANCE 2W LROU, a two-watt DAS amplifier with a new, compact, energy efficient design. With this addition, the SOLiD product line offers the most flexible, modular approach to DAS network design available, including 1-watt, 2-watt, 5-watt and 20-watt ROUs (remote optical units).