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The wireless industry – particularly the 4G/ long-term evolution (LTE) segment – offers immense opportunities for communication test service providers globally. Testing as a service,...
Alcatel-Lucent, Nokia Networks, and Ericsson Solve Deployment Challenges with Small Cells as a Service Rejuvenating Growth for 2015
ABI Research’s latest forecast for outdoor small cells includes new market research and revises its expectations for 2014 and the forecast period to deliver a 48% CAGR through...
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