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The explosion of mobile data underscores the need for faster, more efficient mobile networks. LTE is peaking, 2G and 3G continue to decline, and 5G is on the horizon. Understanding the future of mobile connectivity, the IoT and smartphones is vital for all operators, media companies, equipment and software vendors, and component suppliers engaged in mobile.

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  • Michael Howard | June 22, 2017
    The “software-defined” focus of telecom means not only separation of the control plane and the data plane with a centralized view of the whole network or its major parts but also a distribution of intelligence—read compute—in stepping stones toward the extreme edge of the network. We hear “edge compute” embodied in such efforts as MEC, at first in “Mobile Edge Compute,” morphing into “Multi-access Edge Compute”.
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  • Heidi Adams, Michael Howard | June 20, 2017
    Moving contrary to current popular belief—that the future evolution of networking is fully open and software defined—Nokia comes to market with an unapologetically hardware-oriented launch of its newest generation of routing silicon and purpose-built high-performance routers. With this announcement, Nokia signals its ongoing commitment to developing high-performance routing and switching hardware for its traditional base of service provider customers while also putting an increased focus on the web-scale Internet Content Providers (ICPs). Clients, please log in to read the full content.
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  • Julie Ssali | June 15, 2017
    Etisalat Nigeria is still in a period of uncertainty, following the default on a repayment of the operators’ $1.2 billion loan to their creditors (led by Guaranty Trust Bank Nigeria, Access Bank Nigeria and Zenith Bank Nigeria) issued in 2013.
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  • Icon Senior Director, Mobile & Telecoms
    As senior director and head of the IHS mobile and telecoms team, Ian Fogg directs research, consulting, analysis, and forecasting of the mobile and telecoms market.
  • Icon Directing Analyst, Mobile Backhaul and Small Cells
    Richard Webb is a highly sought-after analyst who has been covering telecom markets for over 15 years. As a directing analyst with Infonetics Research/IHS, he authors numerous market share and forecast reports, surveys, and opinion pieces on microwave, millimeter wave, mobile backhaul, small cells, and carrier WiFi.
  • Icon Senior Research Director, Mobile Infrastructure and Carrier Economics
    With 26 years of experience in the telecommunications industry, Stéphane Téral is regarded as one of the top analysts in his field, having been the trusted advisor at some of the world's largest telecom providers and manufacturers.
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