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Computer Weekly

YouGov survey commissioned by Cobham Wireless finds UK commuters are increasingly frustrated with connectivity standards on the rail network

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TETRA Today

Latin America’s ongoing struggle to achieve the same prosperity as its northern neighbour continues to be a difficult one, with 2016 seeing the region’s third lowest growth in 30 years. Despite a young population (when compared to Europe and North America), the IMF predicts the region to grow at a modest rate of 2.6 per cent from 2019 onward in the medium term.

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The Mobile Network

There are two sides of 5G test. First, there are the test providers that are providing systems right now to aid 5G R&D in labs and field trials. These test providers are being tasked to come up with simulators and analysers that can support much greater bandwidth across a much greater range of frequencies, and that can enable manufacturers to test the operation of new advanced antenna technologies such as beam-forming and massive MIMO.

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DigiAnalysys

In April this year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi officially opened India’s longest road tunnel. Located in Jammu and Kashmir and spanning 9.28 Km, the Chennai-Nashri tunnel links cities of Jammu and Srinagar, reducing the usual travel distance by 30 Km, and cutting the commute by two hours.

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Wireless Week

However, these incidents beg the question: are telcos doing enough in terms of their cybersecurity strategies to keep up with the pace of hackers? They are, after all, just as susceptible as any other organisation in theory, and are responsible for millions of customers that could be affected. This wave of ransomware, particularly the attacks on Telefónica and Canada Bell, should serve as a humbling reminder for telcos worldwide.

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Telecom Drive

Cobham Wireless has launched TeraVM LaaS (Lab-as-a-Service) for core network testing. The solution is designed to support mobile operator networks as they shift towards virtualised, NFV infrastructures.

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Connect World

Cobham Wireless has today launched TeraVM LaaS (Lab-as-a-Service) for core network testing. The solution is designed to support mobile operator networks as they shift towards virtualised, NFV (Network Function Virtualisation) infrastructures. The Lab-as-a-Service model for validating network performance enables the automation of network deployment and validation in a scalable, cost-effective manner.

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The Fast Mode

According to Cobham Wireless, TeraVM LaaS provides a comprehensive validation platform for the virtual evolved packet core (vEPC), offering an automation framework, that integrates with any orchestration (MANO) platform for both EPC network functions and test elements simultaneously.

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The Mobile Network Newsletter

Cobham Wireless has launched TeraVM LaaS (Lab-as-a-Service) for core network testing. The solution is designed to support mobile operator networks as they shift towards NFV infrastructures.

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Vanilla Plus

Cobham Wireless has launched TeraVM LaaS (Lab-as-a-Service) for core network testing. The solution is designed to support mobile operator networks as they shift towards virtualised, NFV (Network Function Virtualisation) infrastructures.

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