Wednesday, 24 January 2018

Telcos miss out on $18bn due to inefficient WiFi use

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Thursday 24 September 15

XCellAir claims better spectrum utilisation, interference management could help operators attract new customers.

More efficient use of WiFi spectrum and smarter interference management could yield a US$17.9 billion windfall for mobile operators, claimed WiFi quality-of-experience (QoE) specialist XCellAir on Thursday. "It's in operators' interest to take more control of WiFi, especially in locations where they want to provide more of a service as opposed to just purely offloading customers…

More efficient use of WiFi spectrum and smarter interference management could yield a US$17.9 billion windfall for mobile operators, claimed WiFi quality-of-experience (QoE) specialist XCellAir on Thursday. "It's in operators' interest to take more control of WiFi, especially in locations where they want to provide more of a service as opposed to just purely offloading customers…

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