By Howard Baldwin, Contributing Columnist
The beginning of a new year is always time for taking stock and looking forward. In an area as vibrant as broadband telecommunications, there’s plenty to recap from 2012 and look forward to in 2013 – both good and bad.
Similarly, as Broadband Breakfast’s Drew Clark noted in its top-ten-events roundup, the wireless standard LTE became available to some 400 million people between AT&T and Verizon, and Comcast completed the rollout of the next version of its cable modem technology, DOCSIS 3.0, bringing speeds of 100 megabits per second potentially to 52 million subscribers.
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Tags: 4G LTE, broadband, economic development, fiber, gigabit, internet, IoE, public policy
The United Arab Emirates has seen a decade of unprecedented growth, and the country’s largest city, Dubai, has become a modern hub for global business.
The demand for mobile Internet services has grown right along with the population and du, a leading integrated service provider in the region, set out to meet this demand with the help of Cisco and the Cisco ASR 5000 Series mobile multimedia core.
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Tags: 4G LTE, asr, asr5000, mobile, mobility, Service Provider
Yesterday was a whirlwind of activity for Cisco at Mobile World Congress 2012, and a big day for our smallest networking devices.
On the heels of the past week’s 4G/LTE announcements with Magyar Telekom, LG U+ , Vodafone Hungary, Telefonica Spain, and Bell Canada, yesterday we stood with business partners Orange, and Shaw to announce a new era in the evolution of the mobile Internet: the era of the small cell.
Cisco CEO John Chambers declared “We are now entering the post-macrocell era, where small cells also will play a critical role in delivering the next-generation mobile Internet.”
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Tags: 4G, 4G LTE, Bell Canada, BT, Cisco, DT, john chambers, lg u+, magyar telekom, mobile internet, mobile video, mobility, mwc, Orange, PCCW, Service Provider, Shaw, smart, Telefonica Spain, True, V2oLTE, videoscape, vodafone hungary, wi-fi
Mobile World Congress 2012 has finally arrived and we have picked up a lot of 3G and 4G/LTE momentum as we arrive in Spain!
Less than two week ago, Cisco announced our latest Mobile VNI forecast, and it seems like everyone is stopping to take notice of what the numbers say.
In the past week, five major customers announced their partnership with Cisco in deploying our Mobile Internet solutions:
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Tags: 4G, 4G LTE, AT&T, Cisco, DT, du, john chambers, lg u+, magyar telekom, mobile internet, mobile video, mobile world congress, mobility, mwc, Orange, Service Provider, Shaw, Telefonica Spain, V2oLTE, videoscape, vni, vodafone hungary
Today at CES, Cisco and Verizon Wireless announced the new Cisco 4G LTE Enhanced High-Speed WAN Interface Card (EHWIC) which integrates with the Cisco ISR G2. This is part of Cisco’s next-generation mobile Internet architecture deployment at Verizon Wireless, which spans from the cell towers to the network core, to support a wide range of intelligent mobile devices and applications.
This 4G LTE EHWIC is the latest in a long line of ISR innovations from Cisco, the result of continued investment in our core technologies.
Cisco’s 4G LTE ISR G2 solution and Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE network deliver a high-speed, reliable wireless WAN experience, enabling customers to create radically new business models at significantly lower costs.
For more information about today’s announcement, please see the press release here.
If you have any feedback or would like more information, please feel free to get in touch.
Tags: 4G LTE, CES, innovation, ISR, ISR G2, Verizon, Verizon Wireless