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    Sprint and Ericsson secured early results from their joint field testing of Massive MIMO on the Sprint LTE Plus network in downtown Seattle and Plano, Texas, demonstrating a 4x increase in spectral efficiency. Massive MIMO is key to a network’s ability to meet demands of urban and rural users as a precursor to 5G network deployment in the next few years.

All TIA NOW Videos:

  • As network business and digital services come together and telcos expand revenue opportunities through IoT adoption, what challenges exist not only in IoT adoption, but also to develop, deploy and monetize new connected services?

  • Brett Kirby, Director of Business Development for Data Centers at Power and Telephone Supply, tells TIA NOW about the importance of last mile connectivity in rural locations and how data centers play an important role.  

  • Jay Gill, Principal Manager, Cloud and SDN Marketing tells TIA NOW how the Infinite Capacity Engine (ICE) will be applied to products from data center interconnect, to metro packet-optical networks, to long-haul and subsea networks. 

  • Corning’s Manager of Data Center Global Market Development, David Hessong, tells TIA NOW about some of the recent changes between enterprise and hyperscale data centers, and what challenges industry is having as we move to optics for 100G and beyond.

  • NTIA policy analyst Travis Hall speaks with TIA NOW about the policy challenges around developing IoT technologies.

  • The network of the future is full of disruptors, challenges and success stories. TIA’s annual advisory group meeting, intended to create a framework of content and discussion for 2017, invited guests from many verticals to TIA HQ

  • TIA’s latest IoT white paper, co-sponsored by Interdigital and Telit and researched by Machina Research, reveals the coming importance of enterprise IoT - and the central role that systems integrators play in the commercial development and deployment of IoT services.

  • How is the process of implementing and deploying IoT solutions changing as IoT technologies go mainstream?

  • This documentary on IoT explores the obstacles that the communications ecosystem faces in the race to 20-30 billion connected devices. How are companies dealing with security, scale, cost and the fractured nature of the current IoT landscape? How will businesses leverage the power of data analytics, when not all data is valuable? And how will 5G and standards play a role in the IoT revolution?

  • Jim Nolan, EVP of IoT Solutions & R&D at InterDigital spoke with TIA NOW about joint ventures, new applications and commercial IoT Platforms based on oneM2M standards.

  • As 5G networks support 1,000x the capacity for billions of devices by 2025, new radio access technologies and existing wireless technologies will have to merge. We discuss breakthroughs in wireless network innovation with Current Analysis, Tech Mahindra and Recon Analytics.

  • At CTIA 2016, TIA NOW spoke with Fred Yentz, CEO of Telit IoT Platforms, about their approach to keeping IoT pervasive in the telco industry.

  • Watch TIA NOW’s next episode of the Network of the Future documentary series: “The Internet of Things: Connecting It All”, coming Wednesday, September 21 to TIANOW.org.

  • Two separate standards have been developed to provide greater clarity to all vested stakeholders in construction planning and implementation for communications towers. TIA's Vice President of Technology and Standards Stephanie Montgomery explains the importance of the two standards and why industry and the general public should be interested.

  • What is the best way to enable service providers to deploy virtual network functions at scale, and open opportunities for new revenues and a reduced time to market? An end-to-end NFV infrastructure solution is the answer, but it has to have the right ingredients. On this edition of TIA NOW’s NFV series, we explore a few ways to increase network optimization, reduce costs and deliver quick deployments, with Dave Ward, Chief Architect & CTO of Engineering at Cisco.

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