Mavenir Media Release | October 28, 2021 Richardson TX – October 28th, 2021: Mavenir, the Network Software Provider building the future of networks with cloud-native software that runs on any cloud and transforms the way the world connects, announces its cloud-native, modular, and microservices-based Converged Charging Solution (CCS), which enables Communications Service Providers (CSPs) to creatively monetize Network-as-a-service
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Samsung Media Release | October 28, 2021 Samsung’s comprehensive set of private 5G network solutions offer an all-around option that can be tailored to meet any service scenarios Samsung Electronics today released the second edition of its private 5G networks whitepaper, highlighting the architectures, features and benefits of private 5G networks for industrial scenarios—such as
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  When it comes to striking a balance between delivering on the multiGbps speeds expected from 5G and the capex-intensive process of deploying millimeter wave (mmWave) small cells, operators have a difficult task. While early criticisms around the viability of mmWave 5G–line-of-sight conditions, oxygen absorption, rain fade, and device compatibility among others–have been worked out
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A slide on Telecom Italia‘s Q3 presentation, ominously entitled “2021 guidance update reflects transformational start-up costs and market conditions,” contained pretty much all the reasons for shareholder pain as TIM’s stock price tumbled to a near one-year low. In what is usually called the “core profits” metric – earnings before interest, tax,
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Qualcomm has announced three new chip series intended to bring 5G capabilities to mid-range smartphones, as well as one series focused on the continued evolution of LTE. “Mid-range smartphones are expected to be the main driver for accelerating 5G device adoption – especially in emerging regions,” said Deepu John, senior director of product management at
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The model 651-038-020 step attenuator covers DC to 2.5 GHz. Click image to enlarge BroadWave Technologies has introduced the 651-038-020 voltage-controlled programmable attenuator designed for use in scientific instruments. It features an attenuation range of 0 dB to 20 dB in 20 dB steps with ±0.6 dB attenuation accuracy. It’s frequency range is DC-2.5 GHz.
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