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The Evolution of Backhaul Networks

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SPECIAL REPORT: filmed at Small Cells World Summit, London, June 2014

How are telcos leveraging existing backhaul capabilities and what new solutions have been introduced to meet the rapid increase in traffic? How can backhaul be used to increase speed and reliability to wireless customers? What are the specific backhaul needs of small cells and can wi-fi be a practical solution?


Dr John Naylon, CTO, CBNL

Verbatim interview: Point-to-multipoint radio finds a new home in small cell backhaul


Gordon Mansfield, Chairman, Small Cell Forum and AVP Small Cell Solutions, AT&T

Verbatim interview: Meeting the telco backhaul needs for small cells


Mike Schabel, VP Wireless Division, Alcatel-Lucent

Verbatim interview: Convergence at the aggregation point


Andy Sutton, Principal Network Architect, EE

Verbatim interview: EE places small cells at the heart of its future network strategy


Paul Gowans, Mobile Strategy Director, JDSU

Verbatim interview: Helping telcos deploy and run small cell networks

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