Getting Ready for the Next Data Explosion

Alleven, Monica
September 2009
Wireless Week;9/1/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p14
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the challenges that wireless industry operators have to face regarding the massive data explosion in the U.S. It says that operators have upgraded their systems to cope up with the demands in the next-generation technology. According to Neville Ray, senior vice president of Engineering Operations, flexible systems are what they need to succeed by way of techniques that employ the efficient use of the spectrum such as self-organizing networks and solutions.


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