Mobile Ops Can Learn From Wi-Fi, Says Cisco

Apr 24, 2012 Full story: Light Reading

Strategic Opportunities in Service Provider Wi-Fi -- Rolling out carrier-grade Wi-Fi access points as part of their managed infrastructure can help mobile operators learn a great deal about the challenges of deploying other small cells, Cisco Systems Inc.

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Merom Harpaz

Tel Aviv, Israel

#1 Apr 24, 2012
I fully agree with that. As more and more operators are deploying WiFi for offloading purposes, their requirements becomes more specific and also we as a WiFi vendor learn a lot how to shape the new generation of our systems that they will fit operators needs.
Merom GoNet Systems - outdoor WiFi with digital beamforming smart antenna technology

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