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Baby still cry soon after birth - Future generations may send  a DHCP request instead ?

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Vodafone M2M Whitepaper Discusses Remote Asset Monitoring for Multiple ... - MarketWatch

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T-Mobile's 2014 resolution? It's got to be coverage, coverage and more ... - TmoNews

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T-Mobile's 2014 resolution? It's got to be coverage, coverage and more ...
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T-Mobile's 10+10 LTE network has reached almost all the major cities in the States. We heard that in the last conference call.
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Alcatel-Lucent solves the problem of where to put 4G small cells | GigaOM Tech News

Alcatel-Lucent solves the problem of where to put 4G small cells | GigaOM Tech News | All bars for anyone, anything, everywhere | Scoop.it

We’re gradually entering the age of the small cell, tiny mobile cell sites that are mounted on walls and light poles rather than high up on towers. But as the topology of the network changes so do the logistics of deploying it. Carriers can’t just stick these cells anywhere they choose. They have to figure out how to get them power and how to connect them back to their networks as well as get local government approval to install them.

 

Alcatel-Lucent believes it has an answer to that problem: Around the world there are innumerable ISPs, utilities, cable companies, fiber backhaul providers and even outdoor advertisers that have the both the real estate and the infrastructure to host small cells. Why not pair them with carriers looking to shrink down their networks?

 

The Franco-American network equipment maker on Tuesday launched a new small cite certification program with the aim of pre-designating millions of outdoor and indoor locations as small cell-ready. For instance, a company that hosts outdoor advertising would show that its billboard locations not only have the space to mount a small cell, but have the necessary power and accessible nearby fiber lines to backhaul the cell’s traffic. It would also have to prove that any small cell deployed there would meet the local community’s zoning and planning regulations.

 

Alcatel-Lucent has already pre-certified 600,000 sites in Europe and the U.S. and has signed up about a dozen site providers, including tower real-estate firm Crown Castle, backhaul provider EdgeConneX and fiber ISP Zayo. According to Alcatel-Lucent VP of small cells Mike Schabel, the program is also working with several large cable companies, which are of particular note since their coax is practically everywhere. Carriers partnering with a cable provider could literally hang their small cell networks off of cable lines.

 

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Small Cells: Should Mobile Customers Foot The Bill? - NetworkComputing.com

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The small cell market today is every bit as exciting as Wi-Fi was in its early days.
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3 Ways to Leverage M2M as a Revenue Stream - Mobile Enterprise

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2013 was been a good year M2M communications. According to Machina Research, there were 3.2 billion global M2M connections.
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