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Blog Archive - May 2016
Online via WebEx | $250 IEEE/ComSoc member; $280 IEEE member; $330 non-member
that will put you at the forefront of the latest wireless positioning and location technologies.
ENABLING WIRELESS TOWARDS 2020
LTE-Advanced, Densification /SON and the Roadmap to 5G
- Small cells
- Machine-type communication and virtualization
- Self-organizing network (SON) technologies
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10 Women In Networking/Communications That You Should Watch?
Noa Zilberman, Liu Cui, and Oana Lova
N2Women Awards Co-Chairs
Tracy Camp and Wendi Heinzelman
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LTE-Advanced, Densification / SON and the Roadmap to 5G
This webinar series will focus on experiencing the Living Network –
how to create it through emerging 5G technologies and standards,
how to connect it through IoT interoperability and applications,
and how to live it through IoT and 5G use-cases.
Emerging Standards Take On Proprietary Solutions
The mobile industry is characterized by global standards, and various solutions are being pushed by organizations like 3GPP, ETSI and most emphatically oneM2M. But proprietary solutions aren’t waiting, and are driving into the market with connectivity solutions that are ready and available now, and could emerge to be a de facto standard if adoption is rapid enough. Who’ll win this battle?
The fourth webinar in InterDigital’s Creating the Living Network™ webinar series will bring together two IoT experts to debate proprietary solutions vs. global standards in IoT. SIGFOX North America President Allen Proithis will make the case for investing in proprietary IoT technologies, while Ken Figueredo, founder of consulting firm more-with-mobile and expert in oneM2M and other IoT standards, makes the case for standards-based IoT platforms.
Matt Hatton, CEO of Machina Research, will referee the bout, and should weigh in with a blow or two himself! Tune in to see who walks away with the IoT championship belt.
Ken Figueredo, Founder, More-with-Mobile
Matt Hatton, Founder and CEO, Machina Research
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Online course via WebEx • $125 IEEE ComSoc member • $155 IEEE member • $180 non-member
At the end of the course, you will be able to:
- Understand basic network architecture functions including network elements, interfaces, signaling and control planes, protocol stacks, etc
- Step through network architectures from the early days of wireless to today, including operator networks and personal area networks
- Relate overall wireless network architecture function and evolution to the various systems deployed today such as; WiFi, 2G, 3G, 4G, and beyond
- Understand the approach of standards bodies including IEEE, 3GPP, and 3GPP2
- Align network function to the elements required in the architecture
- Identify the necessary requirements to evolve the wireless network architecture in support of emerging network functionality
- Understand the keys to optimal end-to-end network performance