Drawing Fiber Deeper into the Network
At the TIA 2015 conference, Bill Cune, VP of the Commercial Technology in the Wireless Group at Corning Optical Communications, tells TIA NOW why fiber needs to support more converged networking technologies.
Edge Densification Technologies
Edge Densification means increasing the throughput per square meter. Today this means deploying any number of technologies based on the venue, carrier involvement, and business model requirements. So how do you determine the best solution for the application and how is this going to become repeatable and easier?
Edge Densification: Opportunity and Obstacles
The edge represents a huge market opportunity. Tier 1 venues, the middleprise and outdoor urban are all in play. But they all have unique cycles and market drivers – so where are we placing our bets? What problems need to be solved and who plays a role in solving them?
Former District of Columbia CTO Robert LeGrande on the Public Safety Network
Robert LeGrande, former CTO of the District of Columbia and founder of the Digital Decision, highlights the importance of public and private partnerships for the success of the public safety network.
Going Beyond DAS
Bill Cune, Vice President of Commercial Technology at Corning talks about the ONE Wireless Platform for carriers’ wireless and wireline needs. Cune adds that Corning’s converged platform also applies to enterprise customers, going beyond DAS systems and creating a network that will last into the future.
Living on the EDGE: What is Edge Densification?
It’s universally agreed that the “edge” has consisted of large and highly visible outdoor and indoor public venues, solved by direct capital investment by willing carriers. However, the carrier has reached a level capex exhaustion that is requiring the ecosystem to rethink the edge densification business. Is this indirect model forcing the entire ecosystem to…
PCIA CEO Jonathan Adelstein on the Public Safety Network
Jonathan Adelstein, CEO of PCIA, tells TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad about what needs to be done to speed up the deployment of public safety systems.
Small Cell and DAS Transforming Services
At TIA 2015, Tom Marcin, Vice President of Operations at Henkels and McCoy spoke to TIA NOW about why carriers are asking for small cell and DAS based technologies. He adds that enterprise customers are asking for PON technologies to transform the services they are able to provide.
SOLiD on In-Building Public Safety Networks
SOLiD’s President, Seth Buechley, talks to TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad about the biggest hurdles to the deployment of in-building public safety systems including liability protection, cost to maintain systems and standards.
The Emerging Middleprise Market
The emerging middle-enterprise space is not a high profile market, but requires in-building connectivity and public safety infrastructure just as much as large venues. Mike Collado, Vice President of Marketing for SOLiD Technologies, tells TIA NOW what a middleprise customer looks like and why industry should be focusing on this burgeoning market.
The Fronthaul and Backhaul Benefits of Fiber: DAS and Small Cell Technology
Bill Cune, VP of Commercial Technology at Corning, spoke with TIA NOW following TIA’s Small Cell & DAS Workshop about what type of infrastructure that can support DAS, small cell, remote radio head and Wi-Fi technologies.