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Wireless Week

FirstNews Briefs: Nokia Networks, Alcatel-Lucent, Cobham Wireless, Quortus

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Yahoo Finance UK

Global In-Building Off-load to Exceed 17 EB per Month—Critical Leverage for Mobile Broadband Operators, Says ABI Research

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TETRA Today

With Critical Communications World 2015 on the horizon, Ingo Flömer, director of product marketing, discusses Axell Wireless’ relationship with the show and the products on the stand with TETRA Today.

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MarketWatch

ABI Research’s latest In-Building Wireless market data forecasts that North America will drive the overall market while Europe and Asia-Pacific will pick up the pace during 2016.

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Wireless Mag

The creation of Cobham Wireless out of Axell Wireless and Aeroflex is a strategic statement of intent by Cobham plc as it seeks expand beyond its defence and security heartland into the commercial wireless market.

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AGL Media Group

Cobham Wireless combines the expertise of Axell Wireless and the test and measurement division of Aeroflex to create new markets and opportunities for Axell’s DAS products.

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RCR Wireless News

RCR Wireless News discusses the top 5 small cell market trends, including Axell Wireless’ dynamic DAS.

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Antenna Systems & Technology

Since its acquisition by Cobham, Axell has launched its dynamic wireless capacity management solution idDAS and has continued to deploy systems around the world.

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Antenna Systems & Technology

Since its acquisition by Cobham, Axell has launched its dynamic wireless capacity management solution idDAS and has continued to deploy systems around the world.

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RCR Wireless News

Cobham gave an update on the integration of distributed antenna system provider Axell Wireless with test company Aeroflex — the two companies will be combined to form Cobham Wireless, and the integration is expected to be complete by July.

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