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NYU Tandon’s Thomas Marzetta Receives Prestigious Industrial Innovation Award

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) will award the 2017 Communications Society Industrial Innovation Award to Thomas L. Marzetta for “originating the concept of Massive MIMO, and for sustained contributions to the development and promotion of that technology.” Massive MIMO (Multiple-Input Multiple-Output) is considered a key enabler for the fifth generation of wireless technology, or 5G.


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Small Cell Forum Unveils Operator Research Showing Accelerating Densification and Enterprise Deployments on Road to 5G

Small Cell Forum (SCF), the telecoms organization driving universal cellular coverage, today announced the results of an in-depth survey of over 50 mobile operators, undertaken by Rethink Technology Research. The survey questioned operators’ deployment plans and business drivers for a dense HetNet, as well as the barriers they expect to have to overcome.


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50% of Global Population to Connect to a 4G Network by 2022

The mobile telecoms landscape is changing rapidly, with nationwide 4G deployments near completion in most markets across the world. But the race is far from over, with the first Gigabit LTE networks beginning to appear and offering blazingly fast connections to end users that can reach up to 1Gbps download speeds. ABI Research estimates that the two billion global 4G (LTE) subscribers in early 2017 will rise to exceed four billion during 2022. This means that more than one out of two people globally will be using an LTE network by 2022.


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High-Speed Downlink LTE-Advanced Pro Subscribers Will Reach 641 Million in 2021

As LTE-Advanced Pro deployments gain momentum across the world, the technology, presented as a successor to current LTE-Advanced networks, is the stepping stone to 5G for mobile operators. LTE-Advanced Pro is available in different flavors and covers an extensive range of use cases. ABI Research forecasts global subscribers for high-speed data throughput will exceed 641 million in 2021, with 87% stemming from Asia Pacific, North America, and Western Europe.


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Anritsu Co. Supports Next-Generation Technologies That Improve Urban Infrastructure   

Anritsu Co., as part of its commitment to developing 5G technology, announces its participation in the National Science Foundation (NSF)-led Advanced Wireless Research Initiative, which includes a program to enable the design, development, deployment and operations of four city-scale testing Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research (PAWR) over the next decade. The Advanced Wireless Research Initiative is further aligned with the White House Smart Cities Initiative, which aims to make it easier for cities, federal agencies, universities, and the private sector to work together to research and test, sometimes at scale, new technologies that can help make United States cities and communities more inhabitable, cleaner and more equitable.


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