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In the market for...  small cells

In the market for... small cells

The commercial need for in-building cellular coverage is driving businesses to invest in small cells. But with an industry in flux is now the right time to do so? Sam Fenwick investigates The quest for cellular signal can often be a frustrating one, es…

Sam Fenwick, 24th March 2017
City of London to roll out gigabit Wi-Fi mesh network this year

City of London to roll out gigabit Wi-Fi mesh network this year

The City of London will replace the current free Wi-Fi Service provided by the Cloud, with a new gigabit Wi-Fi mesh network to provide users with free unlimited connectivity and this will be in place later this year. It will be the single largest invest…

Sam Fenwick, 9th January 2017
Luminet and CCS to roll-out small cell network across London

Luminet and CCS to roll-out small cell network across London

Luminet and CCS have today (4 July) announced that they have partnered and have planned the roll out of a small backhaul and enterprise network across London, which will enable enterprises to receive up to 1Gbps internet access and provide mobile operator…

Sam Fenwick, 4th July 2016
What does the future hold for PMR?

What does the future hold for PMR?

While no-one can accurately predict what communications will look like in the future, Chris Lorek explores the trends that will most likely influence two-way radio’s destiny, with a focus on private mobile radio   It’s only rece…

Admin, 29th June 2016
There’s Wi-Fi at the end of the tunnel

There’s Wi-Fi at the end of the tunnel

At the Going Underground event Laurence Doe discovers how nationwide free train Wi-Fi is en route, and how businesses can get on board with the roll out  It’s rare to find somewhere, either indoors or outside, where internet access is unavai…

Laurence Doe, 29th June 2016
ip.access partners with CCS for LTE small cell development

ip.access partners with CCS for LTE small cell development

ip.access, a small cell product and solution provider, has announced it will develop a new outdoor LTE small cell with integrated wireless backhaul with CCS (Cambridge Communication Systems) and unveil it at Mobile World Congress. ip.access …

Laurence Doe, 15th February 2016
In-building insulation: pulling up the drawbridge

In-building insulation: pulling up the drawbridge

An Englishman’s home is his castle, and with the rise of new energy efficient building materials that is ringing uncomfortably true. Sam Fenwick reports from the recent Cambridge Wireless ‘Wireless in the built environment’ event. P…

Sam Fenwick, 12th February 2016
ip.access launches Viper small cell platform

ip.access launches Viper small cell platform

ip.access, an independent small cell product and solution provider, has launched Viper – a small cell technology platform targeted at enterprise users. Viper allows in-building cellular infrastructure to be deployed “as easily as Wi-Fi,&r…

Laurence Doe, 10th February 2016
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