Tuesday, 19 June 2018

Moving to 4G? You’ll want RF expertise and a multi-carrier approach

By Mark Gianinni, Accel-Networks
Wednesday 11 April 12

'Pathways [to LTE] require some expertise for the enterprise client.'

Enterprises hungry for 4G face something of a conundrum: The destination for all major carriers is LTE, but the roadmaps to get them there differ. And those pathways require some expertise for the enterprise client. As a result, potential nightmares may await enterprises that don’t employ a practical approach that includes multiple carriers and roll-out strategies for this new technology to ensure that they get what they pay for. Carriers like Sprint and Verizon with CDMA systems are moving directly to LTE…

Enterprises hungry for 4G face something of a conundrum: The destination for all major carriers is LTE, but the roadmaps to get them there differ. And those pathways require some expertise for the enterprise client. As a result, potential nightmares may await enterprises that don’t employ a practical approach that includes multiple carriers and roll-out strategies for this new technology to ensure that they get what they pay for. Carriers like Sprint and Verizon with CDMA systems are moving directly to LTE…

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