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20 Apr 2017 4G vs LTE: What's the difference? [62551]
TechAdvisor, April 20th 2017

Tech jargon is confusing at the best of times, but 4G is a real minefield. We explain the differences between 4G and LTE to help you understand

"4G, LTE, LTE-A, carrier aggregation. It's all tech nonsense if you don't understand what the jargon means. Here we explain the differences between 4G and LTE so you're better equipped to choose not only the best phone, but also the best tariff.

These days, there are a lot of decisions to make when getting a new phone. Along with deciding which handset is best for you, you might also have to choose a new tariff, and that's a complex business in itself..."
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06 Apr 2017 Comcast Introduces Xfinity Mobile: Combining America's Largest, Most Reliable 4G LTE Network and the Largest Wi-Fi Network [62210]
Comcast, April 6th 2017

Go Unlimited or Pay By the Gig for Data; Up to Five Lines Included with Unlimited Talk and Text, and No Line Access Fees

Get a Better Wireless Experience For Less Money on the Most Popular Devices

Comcast introduced Xfinity Mobile, a new wireless service designed for the way people use their phones today, with the internet and data at the center of the experience. Up to eighty percent of smartphone data traffic in the U.S. travels over Wi-Fi,1 not cellular networks, making Wi-Fi a key solution to today's mobile data consumption. Xfinity Mobile uses America's largest, most reliable 4G LTE network along with Comcast's 16 million Wi-Fi hotspots to provide consumers with a better wireless experience, for less money, on today's most popular devices.
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13 Mar 2017 Despite 5G, LTE Will Be Even Bigger Five Years From Now [61550]
CIO, March 13th, 2017

"In 2022, LTE will be faster and more people will use it, ABI Research says..

In 2022, even after 5G has officially launched, 4G will be bigger than ever.

An ABI Research report released Monday reinforces what mobile operators and network builders have been saying about the move to 5G: It will be a gradual transition, not a wholesale replacement. Over the next decade or more, LTE will remain in use and and offer some of the same benefits as 5G. In some cases, it might be hard to tell the difference..."
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05 Mar 2017 5G Specs Announced: 20Gbps Download, 1Ms Latency, 1M Devices Per Square Km [61021]
Ars Technica, February 24th, 2017

"Mobile 5G should be finalized in November, then they go and make the actual tech," writes Sebastian Anthony in Ars Technica.

"The total download capacity for a single 5G cell must be at least 20Gbps, the International Telcommunication Union (ITU) has decided. In contrast, the peak data rate for current LTE cells is about 1Gbps. The incoming 5G standard must also support up to 1 million connected devices per square kilometre, and the standard will require carriers to have at least 100MHz of free spectrum, scaling up to 1GHz where feasible..."
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27 Feb 2017 Brocade's Ruckus Wireless Business Unit Introduces SP Cloud To Enable Service Providers To Rapidly Offer High-Value Managed Services To Enterprise Customers [61119]
Brocade, February 27th, 2017

Fully Customizable Offering Includes Ruckus' High-performance Wi-Fi APs Now with OpenG-enabled LTE Small Cells and ICX Switch Integration to Come

RUCKUS WIRELESS, a part of BROCADE, announced Ruckus Service Provider (SP) Cloud, a fully customizable solution for service providers to deliver high-value managed services to their customers. Ruckus SP Cloud is a managed service offering that provides enterprise Wi-Fi through Ruckus' industry-leading access points (APs), plus upcoming support for in-building LTE service through Ruckus' OpenG technology-based small cells and wired networking with Brocade ICX switches. With SP Cloud, Ruckus is delivering an integrated platform that simplifies the configuration, monitoring and troubleshooting of both wired and wireless networks.
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