White Papers

Collaborating to Connect in the ‘New Normal’

Collaborating to Connect in the ‘New Normal’

This whitepaper is based on the outputs of a telecoms workshop held by the Connect Research Centre for
Future Networks in Trinity College Dublin in conjunction with Dublin City Council and Smart Docklands.
The workshop provided an opportunity for knowledge sharing between academia, government and
industry players like Alpha Wireless, Aspire Technology and Dense Air.

UBBA White Paper: The Inherent Risks of Doing Nothing

UBBA White Paper: The Inherent Risks of Doing Nothing

A recent survey conducted by the Utility Broadband Alliance (UBBA) to gather feedback on broadband infrastructure strategies, challenges and needs from mid-level management to the executive level at various utilities revealed a “lack of education on the issues” as the greatest challenge in supporting a broadband network as well as a “lack in communication network expertise.”

White Paper 3.5 GHz – 5G

In the unrelenting cycle of breakneck change, accelerated by the proliferation of the Internet, mobile operators find themselves in an unprecedented situation – supporting the demand for progressive enhancement of network performance while, in parallel, sustaining an erosion of revenue from traditional sources.

Antenna quality impacts mobile network performance

Antenna quality impacts mobile network performance

Poor quality antennas are now a major limiting factor in the performance of high capacity mobile networks. So why do operators often ignore them? Customers are demanding more from mobile networks every day, while operators struggle to keep up with this demand....

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