Network service providers are increasingly turning to Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) technology to keep up with constantly changing market conditions. NFV uses the principles of cloud computing to create service delivery platforms with greater agility and customization.
The internet of things has arrived, at least according to those on the front lines of the industry. It’s clear that the IoT stands as a major opportunity, but what’s unclear is how LTE and 5G might be used to take advantage of that opportunity. This Fierce webinar will shine a light on this evolving space. Register now!
Add 300% more capacity to your network - without digging. Learn how to triple your network capacity by reclaiming your existing network adding new fiber optic cable pathways. If your end-users need more broadband, or you need more broadband to attract new customers, register now!
Sensors Midwest will bring together thousands of engineers in the Midwest marketplace looking for access to the latest sensor advancements and will provide an opportunity to connect with the area's greatest technology leaders and suppliers. The 2-day event will feature Exhibits, Conference Theater Sessions on the Expo Floor, Keynotes, Workshops, Networking, and more. Register now and use code FIERCE for a FREE Expo Hall Pass or $50 off Workshop Passes!
The growth, and success, of Wi-Fi technology is clear. However, it’s also becoming clear that Wi-Fi technology is rapidly outgrowing its initial applications. So how might players in this space continue to grow the market for Wi-Fi services? How will Wi-Fi technology itself evolve to meet the new needs of increasingly interconnected and data-hungry users? Attend this webinar and have all your questions answered. Register now.
Fiber availability remains a key issue for operators looking to stay on pace with ever-increasing data traffic. Even so, a gap remains for connections of fiber to apartments and condos, which are abundant in large city centers and house up to half of urban residents. This Fierce ebrief will delve into the market for FTTU, with an eye toward both the opportunities and the obstacles operators face in the space. Download it now!
5G is an informal term used by several industry think tanks to refer to the next generation of wide area wireless technology for use primarily on licensed spectrum. Download the 5G whitepaper from Aricent and read more about the promises and uncertainty of 5G. Download here.
Join FierceWireless during Mobile World Congress Americas 2017 with a 2-day Breakfast Series at the Marriott Marquis in San Francisco, CA. Register Now
The FierceWireless Next Gen Wireless Networks Summit will bring together top executives in the space to delve into the question - can everything go wireless? Join fellow leading wireless professionals as we look at the business case and the technologies necessary to introduce the next generation of wireless networks. Register now!
Small cells are a promising way to densify macro cellular networks, but those deploying outdoor small cells must be vigilant about network interference. Mobile operators need a comprehensive toolkit of solutions for managing PIM and reducing interference to optimize network performance. Learn how to optimize network performance for LTE and more. Register now!
HetNet Expo is a unique event fostering the exchange of ideas that are driving the next generation of mobile communications. From topics such as connected commercial real estate, to the ongoing densification of mobile networks via small cells, to the role wireless technologies will play in the proliferation of the Internet of Things, no other event explores the broad range of issues related to reliable ubiquitous connectivity. Register today!
With 5G, mobile is already the largest technology platform in human history, and has extended to virtually every industry, every object and every connection. Fueling this innovation and expansion are cellular/wireless technology standards such as 4G LTE and 5G NR. But where do these standards come from? How are they created? And who creates them? Join us for this webinar to get an insider’s perspective on 3GPP – the organization responsible for creating 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G technical specifications. Register now!