Entries by Jeremy Walters

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Cloud Computing Defined

“The concept of outsourcing hardware, software and file storage to service providers on the Internet” is how Forrester Research defines Cloud Computing. Many have pointed out the philosophical similarities between Cloud Computing and the days prior to broad adoption of the personal computer. Application hosting, data processing and storage were centralized on mainframe computer platforms. […]

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Backhaul Solutions for Backhaul’s Sake

Today, operators in many parts of the world are supporting multi-generation wireless networks. As deployment of next generation network access technologies gain momentum, many operators will endure a transition period where legacy services based in the time domain will need to coexist with pure IP oriented packet data services. With this in mind, network backhaul […]

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An Intelligent View of Intelligent Energy

Recently, Rob Barlow, President and C.E.O. of WireIE sat down and shared his point of view on the evolution of Intelligent Energy networks and how this evolution fits into WireIE’s commitment to Intelligent Energy systems. As specialists in designing, building and managing Next Generation wireless networks, WireIE established an exclusive relationship with The University of […]

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Mary Meeker Speaks of the “Ferocious Page of Change in Tech”

Mary Meeker, often dubbed ‘Queen of the Internet’, presented a number of insights on trends in media, social networking, and mobile broadband usage at this week’s Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco. From the rapid redefinition of how media is delivered and consumed, to the impact social networking is having on our society, Meeker provides […]

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Digital Television Yields to Broadband Wireless Access

The digitization of US over-the-air television channels has afforded a twofold opportunity to expand broadband access in that country. The most publicized was the reassigning of 108 MHz of spectrum at the ‘top’ of the former UHF analogue television band in what broadly became known as the 2008 700 MHz auction. The auction resulted in […]

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Maintaining Profitability on the Path to 4G

Looking for ways to maintain profitability as an operator on your way to 4G/LTE? WireIE’s George Kaichis (Director, Radio Network Services) has some tips to help your company get there. In order to meet the projected spike in demand and quality of data services, operators will ultimately need to migrate their networks and businesses to […]

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WireIE Comments on Canadian Government’s Digital Economy Strategy

WireIE President & CEO Rob Barlow today formally commented to the federal government on it’s consultation entitled: “Improving Canada’s Digital Advantage, Strategies for Sustainable Prosperity.” Removing Broadband Deployment Obstacles in Rural Canada I appreciate the opportunity to share my views in response to the Government of Canada’s Consultation Paper on a Digital Economy Strategy. As […]

A Pragmatic View of Multimedia in Today’s Mobile Environment

As many are aware, a war has been waging between Apple and Adobe over Apple’s decision to abandon Adobe Flash in their iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad product lines. Instead, the always forward-looking Steve Jobs, President and CEO of Apple, wants to accelerate the development and ultimate adoption of the integrated video capabilities planned for HTML5. While […]