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Agilent Technologies and China Mobile to collaborate on next-beneration 5G wireless communication systems

Agilent Technologies Inc. announced an agreement to collaborate with China Mobile Communications Co. Ltd. Research Institute (CMRI) on the next–generation 5G wireless communication systems. China Mobile is the world’s largest mobile network operator and a market leader in 3G, 4G and next-generation wireless network development


Spirent Communications plc signs definitive agreement to acquire Metrico Wireless, Inc.

Addition of Metrico’s Mobile Device Testing as a Service (“TaaS”) expertise strengthens Spirent’s end-to-end test portfolio more
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GCF launches certification for LTE devices

The Global Certification Forum (GCF) has extended its mobile device certification scheme to encompass LTE. From today, the GCF Certification process can be applied to LTE devices designed to operate in either the 700 MHz† band or the 800 MHz European Digital Dividend band. The 700 MHz band is currently being rolled-out in the USA while deployment of the 800 MHz has started in Germany. Work to extend the scheme to other bands is already well advanced

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Keysight Technologies collaborates with NTT DOCOMO on 5G wireless communication systems

Companies’ combined expertise accelerates 5G research

Automotive industry prepares for In-Vehicle emergency services mandate in Europe and Russia

Spirent launches complete test solution for eCall/ERA-GLONASS-enabled in-vehicle systems more
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SGS selects Spirent to expand operator acceptance testing capabilities for LTE Networks

Spirent enables leading test lab to offer its customers enhanced LTE Voice, Video and Carrier Aggregation testing capabilities more
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Unrelenting growth in mobile data traffic compels extensive testing by service providers

Uptake of communications test equipment will grow further due to LTE, LTE-A, 5G and IoT, finds Frost & Sullivan more
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Avoiding the Scissor effect intelligently

Avoiding the dreaded Scissor Effect has become the number 1 priority for mobile carriers. The scissor effect refers to the phenomenon of rising infrastructure costs and flat revenues; an unsustainable situation for any business. The scissor effect has already been witnessed in fixed line networks and now mobile carriers face the same challenge in relation to mobile data services. Is it possible for mobile carriers to grow revenue per user in line with bandwidth usage?

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