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We talked to Huawei about their HetNet solutions, all the way from small-cell equipment to SON, to the OSSii initiative to promote interoperability.

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More on data demand, from Cisco Communities' blog

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Following up on the white paper that just came out on our NGH Wi-Fi whitepaper, we will discuss the results from our extensive model in a webinar on October 16th 2013, sponsored by the WBA.

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John Reister talks to Senza Fili about how Vasona helps mobile operators to increase the efficiency of their networks and meet the challenged from ever-increasing traffic loads

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In this conversation with Senza Fili, Renuka Bhalerao tells us how Radisys solution is helping mobile operators worldwide to meet the challenges of HetNet rollouts

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In our first interview for the upcoming HetNet report, we talk to Erik Org and Vivek Vadakkuppattu at Azimuth about the new challenges that operators face in testing HetNets and assessing end-user experience.

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In our conversation with Fumio Vatanabe at KDDI we learn about a smart-meter trial that KDDI that uses the UQ's WiMAX network. You can download the conversation or watch the video.

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From FierceWireless. We have all been captivated in following data usage -- current and future, per subscriber, per device, per technology, per country, and so on. A related metric that does not get quite as much attention -- and yet deserves it -- is demand. 
 

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More on data ARPUs on a blog entry I wrote for the Cisco Communities/Service Provider Mobility 

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I used to think that in the mobile world it is voice that subsidize data. The rationale seemed obvious: voice requires little bandwidth, but generates the largest proportion of revenues. Data, and the other hand, uses a disproportionate amount of network resources and has little to show in terms of revenues.

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