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In a wireless landscape which comes first, application, device, or network? Let’s ponder that for a minute. When thinking of the new wireless and mobile universe, it usually revolves around the carrier and their network on which we depend for uninterrupted access, speed, and reliability where connectivity is possible to everything and everyone important in our lives. Related posts:AT&T-T-Mobile: You Decide Since the initial announcement this past Sunday, AT&T has been... AT&T and T-Mobile Merger: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly AT&T (NYSE-T) has just announced its intentions,... [Serving Broadband, Cable, Telecom, Wireless and Mobile industry executives, managers and engineers with relevant business analytics, enabling concise and pertinent decision-making by key company leaders] ... (more)

Cisco Unleashes Fastest Open Network Fabric

BROADBAND CONVERGENT - Business News Broadband-Mobile-Cable-Telecom Markets Cisco Unleashes Industry’s Fastest, Most Extensible Open Networking “Fabric” for Data Centers, Clouds New industry-leading innovations include the highest-density 40-gigabit Layer 2/3 fixed switch; simplest hybrid cloud solution; and expansion of the Cisco Open Network Environment with the most extensible controller SAN JOSE, Calif. – February 4, 2013 –   As Cisco continues to deliver on its Unified Data Center strategy to synthesize various networked functions into one “data center fabric” for more agile,... (more)

Mobile Carriers and LTE: Top Five Industry Predictions for 2013

Carrier LTE deployments will double to create 200+ commercial LTE networks: As more and more consumers buy devices with LTE capabilities, the demand for LTE services is increasing and carriers will need to invest in their radio access networks. Today's LTE networks are focused on providing basic coverage for LTE devices, but can't support a large number of LTE devices on the network. In 2013, there will be a growing emphasis on moving towards increasing both coverage and capacity of LTE networks with the corresponding infrastructure investments. TD-LTE will also see more acceptanc... (more)

Cisco Bets on the Future of Video with Contest

Cisco is doing its research in coming up with a contest designed to engage constituents interested in video platforms, and produce a smart video that portrays how video content could integrate with your TV in the future. Titled, “If your TV could do anything, what would you want it to do?” the contest throws down the gauntlet in asking for the best idea of what the future of TV should look like. Research Where did the idea come from? While researching the dynamics in the future demand for mobile content, Cisco pulled together statistics in indicating the potential growth in vid... (more)

Why Offering the Quad Play Would Help Cable’s Stock Price

The mobile phone market is growing exponentially and will continue to evolve for years to come. Why has the Cable Industry not moved into the lucrative mobile phone market? It could definitely be a revenue bonanza, as it currently is for telecom companies. See (The cable company will likely use WiMax to bring television shows to cell phones and smart phones.) Verizon and AT&T’s revenues, as a percentage of stock price by division, attributes mobile phone service up to 40-42% of total revenues. This being a logical assumption as landline phone demand has forced incumbent Telco’s to... (more)