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...and here is the second interview from London's Small Cell World Summit in June, again with TelecomTV

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First of two interviews I did at the Small Cell World Summit in London last June with TelecomTV

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Slightly tired by hype around NFV and SDN – and by the fact that everybody has to find some way to add these acronyms to their slide decks – I decided to write a report on the topic to give at least to myself some peace of mind. Is it really worth all the fuss?

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Watch an interview I did with Tony Sklar of bnetTV at the Wi-Fi and Small Cell event in New York

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The report on the TCO for combined Wi-Fi and small-cell deployments is now available for free download.

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Report on small-cell backhaul that analyzes tradeoffs of different wireless backhaul solutions is now available for free

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Network planning becomes more important – not less – as networks grow in complexity. Even SON– which gives mobile operators powerful tools for managing traffic and interference – cannot compensate for bad placement of RAN elements.

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The latest white paper I wrote is on how context, real-time information can be used to manage network growth, both by improving subscriber experience and by increasing the utilization of network resources.

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Our latest white paper, "From bits to context-driven services. The evolution from voice to data digital lifestyle services" sponsored by Allot Communications, discusses a new approach to mobile services that use contextual information to move beyond volume-based pricing.

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Nobody questions Wi-Fi’s role in the current growth of wireless traffic and mobile device adoption. Today, overall Wi-Fi traffic dwarfs cellular traffic and, according to WIK, 74% of the traffic from smartphones and tablet was transported over Wi-Fi in 2013. LTE networks will greatly expand cellular capacity, but Wi-Fi will retain its advantage.

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