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eMBMS with Samsung
eMBMS offers an opportunity to better utilize the LTE network by intelligently managing and delivering content. The ability to broadcast over LTE can also lead to new revenue streams for operators. In this whitepaper, we discuss the potential of eMBMS.
Converging Telecom & IT in the LTE RAN
With LTE transforming mobile communications, this Heavy Reading whitepaper discusses the need for operators to create "content-centric networks”. Specifically, it looks at how by deploying IT technology in the RAN and locating memory, compute, application logic and content closer to the user, operators are able to redesign service platforms to meet and stimulate demand for richer, more sophisticated services.
VoLTE with Samsung
VoLTE represents the evolutionary path for voice in LTE. By moving towards VoLTE, carriers and users can enjoy immediate and longer term benefits of ubiquitous, reliable and high quality service, together with a clear evolution path to RCS.
Timing the Move to TD-LTE
Due to the asymmetric nature of data demand, the scarcity of available frequencies and the lower cost of unpaired spectrum, many operators increasingly see LTE over unpaired bands (TD-LTE) as a viable option for deploying mobile broadband.
Covering A Broader Base
In 2010, UQ established a nationwide 4G network in Japan using a very innovative approach: absolute freedom for its subscribers to choose service providers and no long term contracts. UQ relied on a network of MVNO partners with great results.
Growing by Leaps and Bounds
Yota is one of the fastest growing 4G service providers, and one with a highly innovative business model. Its focus is not on technology, but on customers: making sure they get the devices and bandwidth they want and giving them a compelling service.