Monday, 18 December 2017

Easy as one, two, three! How do we build the ultimate mobile broadband network?

By Jayne Garfitt, Total Telecom
Thursday 05 November 15

Cloud computing, the Internet of Things and the growing popularity of Smartphones and tablets mean our mobile broadband networks have never been closer to breaking point, in terms of both capacity and speed. With even more new technologies and trends arriving on the market, action must be taken, which is why – as Huawei’s sixth and largest ever Global Mobile Broadband Forum drew to a close – experts delved deeper into what it is that makes an excellent mobile broadband network and how to achieve it.    Connecting the unconnected The first step, according to Huawei’s Wireless Network PL President David Wang, who closed the two-day conference with a closer inspection of Huawei’s Mobile Broadband 2020 vision, is to connect the unconnected. In developing regions, like Africa, Huawei predicts there will be around 40 per cent of users who remain unconnected, despite current figures estimating there are around 2.7 billion people using mobile broadband. Referring to the Mobile Resource Index &ndash…

Cloud computing, the Internet of Things and the growing popularity of Smartphones and tablets mean our mobile broadband networks have never been closer to breaking point, in terms of both capacity and speed. With even more new technologies and trends arriving on the market, action must be taken, which is why – as Huawei’s sixth and largest ever Global Mobile Broadband Forum drew to a close – experts delved deeper into what it is that makes an excellent mobile broadband network and how to achieve it.    Connecting the unconnected The first step, according to Huawei’s Wireless Network PL President David Wang, who closed the two-day conference with a closer inspection of Huawei’s Mobile Broadband 2020 vision, is to connect the unconnected. In developing regions, like Africa, Huawei predicts there will be around 40 per cent of users who remain unconnected, despite current figures estimating there are around 2.7 billion people using mobile broadband. Referring to the Mobile Resource Index &ndash…

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