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At MWC 2016  I gave this presentation on the latest developments on the use of LTE and Wi-Fi by mobile operators in the 5 GHz band - i.e., LTE-U, LAA, LWA, carrier Wi-Fi and plain-old offload. 

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The evolution in backhaul monitoring in LTE networks. A white paper sponsored by Viavi solution, with an interview with Assaji Aluwihare, Director of Strategic Marketing at Viavi

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Interview with Sean Kinney at RCR Wireless

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Interview with RCR Wireless with Sean Kinney

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Interview with Sean Kinney at RCR Wireless

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Interview with RCR Wireless with Sean Kinney

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In this paper, we look at the TCO advantages of virtualization within an eight-year framework of a specific core network element – the application delivery controller (ADC) – by comparing the capex and opex in a legacy infrastructure versus a virtualized one, plus the additional revenues a virtualized environment can generate.

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This report explores the shift from the legacy, element-based approach to optimization to one based on QoE and operating in real time. We look at how the increased traffic volume and complexity, along with its uneven distribution, widens the scope for optimization as networks become more dynamic.

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In our final interview for the “Getting the best QoE” report, we talked to Adrian Di Meo, CTO at Telefonica Argentina, about how mobile operators need to change not only their networks but their internal structure to optimize network end-to-end and to maximize QoE. 

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At the RAN USA conference in San Francisco at the end of January, Chih-Lin I from China Mobile reminded us ETSI its Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) framework span the entire network, from the core to the RAN. The RAN is an essential part of virtualization efforts to untie functions not only from infrastructure, but also from location.

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