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WireIE Riding a Wave of Success – JSA TV Spotlight at PTC’18

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CEO Rob Barlow Shares Direction for 2018 with Jaymie Scotto Cutaia

At PTC’18, one of the most important telecommunications events for the Pacific Rim, our CEO, Rob Barlow, met up with JSA TV’s Jaymie Scotto Cutaia to discuss the company’s latest developments and where it is headed for the rest of 2018.

Overall, throughout 2017, WireIE experienced continuous growth providing leading-class high-speed network solutions in underserved markets in Canada and around the world. We bolstered our reputation as an expert in underserved connectivity by consistently exceeding our network performance and reliability objectives throughout the year.

For 2018, we are maintaining our focus on making it possible for individuals and enterprises in underserved areas to take full advantage of the digital economy. By using both fiber and microwave technologies in the delivery of high-availability networks, we are a partner of choice for industry and governments in need of reliable, secure connectivity for their mission-critical applications. WireIE prides itself on its ability to extend carrier networks to remote and hard to reach locations, bringing the metropolitan broadband experience to the underserved and promoting regional economic development.

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Backhaul Solutions for Backhaul’s Sake

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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 planning and design have become much more strategic than in the recent past. So much so that three out of four mobile operators are choosing backhaul network solutions independent of other network infrastructure.

This brief video with Heavy Reading’s Patrick Donegan and Shailesh Shukla of Cisco, speaks to the trend and provides insight into the countless benefits of evaluating backhaul solutions based on their own merits. The conversation is particularly germane as network operators continue the move towards fixed-mobile convergence.

WireIE’s Carrier Grade Network Extension solutions use the latest in Ethernet Radio technology. The solution’s inherent support for IP traffic is augmented by an array of configurable options in support of legacy TDM requirements.

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

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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 a concise yet comprehensive view into our rapidly changing world. Mobile networks, and the implicit requirement for broadband access and backhaul, are essential ingredients in support of virtually all the trends Meeker discusses. In fact, mobile in of itself is characterized as “ramping up faster than any new, new thing”.

Backed up by an ample helping of salient market data, Meeker discusses:

  • Globality
  • Mobile
  • Social Ecosystems
  • Advertising
  • Commerce
  • Media
  • Company Leadership Evolution
  • Steve Jobs
  • Ferocious Pace of Change in Tech

Meeker’s presentation is provided here courtesy of O’Reilly Media.