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CES 2018

CES 2018: Enter the Era of Intelligent Edge Devices

Posted 01/23/2018 by Elena Champion

Were you impressed by the products and technologies showcased at CES 2018? This year’s event promised to “WHOA” attendees with new gadgets from industry giants and startups alike. From the slightly odd to the “where have you been all of my life” devices, this year’s CES focused on infusing intelligence into as many aspects of our lives as possible.

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2017 New Year's Resolution

A New Year’s Resolution: Better Data for All

Posted 12/28/2016 by Neil Bullock

There is a long tradition, across many cultures, of making New Year’s resolutions: Babylonians made promises to their gods at the start of each year that they would return borrowed objects and pay their debts. The Romans began each year by making promises to the god Janus, for whom the month of January is named. Each New Year offers the opportunity to try something new, or to make efforts to do something better than before.

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3 Months that Have Changed the World

3 Months that Have Changed the World

Posted 01/19/2016 by Theodore (Ted) S. Rappaport,Founding Director of NYU WIRELESS and the NYU Tandon School of Engineering David Lee/Ernst Weber Professor of Electrical Engineering

For those of us who grew up watching Sputnik, the Mercury Mission and the race to the moon, the last 90 days in wireless research have evoked our childhood feelings of sheer excitement.

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Humanity of OPEX Reduction

The Humanity of OPEX Reduction (or how not to fry an egg on a rooftop)

Posted 09/18/2015 by Neil Bullock

Over the summer, we’ve been testing implementations of a variety of outdoor backhaul link technologies, including our own. This testing process involved the set-up of links in a number of locations, including rooftops.

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Wireless Backhaul

May a Thousand Small Cells Bloom

Posted 05/28/2015 by Neil Bullock

We may be a few samples short of declaring a trend, but outdoor small cells appear to have started their (long-anticipated) emergence from concept into deployment.

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