Carrier/Wireless

Huawei And Shenzhen: A Tale Of Two Successes

Huawei logo Last week, I visited Shenzhen, China, for the first time to attend HAS 2018, Huawei ’s annual analyst summit. I’ve been to many other cities in the country, including Beijing, Dongguan, and Shanghai, and while each has their own unique appeal, I found Shenzhen to be different. In Mandarin, the city derives its …

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Aruba Aims To Digitize The Workplace And Make It Smarter

Aruba Networks   I recently had the opportunity to spend time with Aruba at its annual user event, Atmosphere 2018, which took place last week in Las Vegas. Best known for its wireless networking capabilities, the company has always been focused on delivering an enhanced user experience with integrated functionality, such as wayfinding and asset …

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Huawei Delivers A Comprehensive Networking Portfolio At MWC 2018

Huawei corporate logo While Huawei is an enigma in the United States, it is well-known throughout other parts of the world. Founded by Ren Zhengfei in 1987, the company has grown from its humble beginnings in Shenzhen, Guangdong China to become a global powerhouse in integrated communications, wireless infrastructure, smartphones, and enterprise networking. I spent …

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Can Mobile World Congress Barcelona Deliver A Better Wireless Future?

GSMA   “Creating a better future” is the mantra for this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. From February 26th through March 1st, over 100,000 attendees are expected to descend upon the picturesque city for the premier wireless tradeshow. Their end-goal? To learn more about the latest in wireless devices, infrastructure, and services—and enjoy …

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Does T-Mobile Have What It Takes To Attack The Enterprise?

T-Mobile US Inc. seems to be on fire in recent history. The “un-carrier,” as it bills itself, came out of the FCC auction last year winning an impressive amount of spectrum for future 5G deployment. Financial performance continues to be strong as the company adds subscribers and profit to its bottom line. CEO John Legere …

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Qualcomm Drops A 19 Carrier And 18 OEM 5G Bomb On The Industry

Snapdragon X50 5G Modem It isn’t normally that big of a big deal whenever a smartphone chip vendor announces a partnership with a hardware OEM or a network operator. However, with the technology transition from 4G to 5G, lots of things are becoming a big deal and the scale of these announcements is increasing in …

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The Super Bowl Promises To Deliver A Super Mobile Experience

This Sunday’s Super Bowl LII promises to be an exciting match up, pitting the New England Patriots against the Philadelphia Eagles. Last year’s game brought in over $400 million in TV advertising revenue for Fox , and thirty second spots for the upcoming game have reached an astronomical $5 million. The NFL , tier one …

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2018 Predictions: Sprint Wins 5G Race — Ericsson And Nokia Merge

As a technology analyst, I’m often asked what I do for a living. Simply stated, I get paid to provide my opinion on the sectors that I cover. That’s a dream job for me—just ask my friends and family if I ever fail to give my opinion or shy away from a debate! What’s really …

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