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Keeping the Streets Safe for the World Cup

Salvador is one of the cities in Brazil which will host games in the upcoming FIFA World Cup football (soccer) event in June. In recent years, the city has faced a significant increase in crime and the state government is implementing several actions to increase public safety. One of these…

Keep Calm and Carry On

You always know you are in England; it rains and rains and rains! This winter has been no different, and the weather has provided wide spread flooding across the UK. Whilst this is all going on we expect all our utilities to carry on working. The famous English saying stands…

Building Products, Building Relationships

To really understand new technology and the benefits that come with it, hands-on experience is unbeatable. Not all of us have the time or money to travel to a trade show, and the experience may not allow time to get into the deep details. In our Roadshows, Cambium Networks brings…

Sightlines Not Required

When we think of wireless broadband, we imagine installations without limits. Distance, water, mountains and foliage should be no hindrance to connectivity. This is why Cambium Networks focuses on bringing wireless broadband to where it’s most difficult, and has been deploying its products in non-line-of-sight (NLOS) situations for a decade.…

Technology Makes Wireless Simpler

There is a Dilbert comic strip that has him interacting with his boss discussing building a wireless network. His boss says “It’s wireless. How hard could it be to not install wired?” At MWC2014 service providers are making it clear that they need all the help they can get. For…

Perfect-10 reliability during Olympic streaming spikes

Time differences – a fine reason to take the afternoon off and watch your team skate to victory. Last Wednesday at 9pm Sochi time and noon in Ontario, Canada, the Canadian men’s hockey team took to the ice and beat Latvia in a nail-biting quarterfinal game. Soon after, we received…

How much capacity is enough?

We just wrapped up a very busy Day 2 at #MWC2014. I was fortunate enough to visit #Cisco, and view some demonstrations of the #MWC14 WIFI analytics of all social media surrounding the show. With over 70,000 registered attendees, the average total FIRA traffic is running at about 600 Mbps.

The Internet of Things – the Mobile World Congress Challenge

The mobile community has descended on Barcelona, Spain this week for the annual pilgrimage to Mobile World Congress (MWC). This is the second year the event is being hosted at the new location, FIRA Gran Via, and over 50,000 attendees are expected. Depending on which report you read or how…

Solving the Challenge of Small Cell Backhaul and More

LTE and LTE Advanced deployments are accelerating but demand for mobile data is accelerating at an even faster pace as any industry source or prognosticator will attest. As Service Providers move forward with 4G deployments, they are moving forward with packet networks not circuit, and as such lose the ability…

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