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It’s Game on for 5G! – Notes from the Microcast

Welcome to the second installment of our ‘bite-sized thought leadership’ Microcast.   This time we tackled a market opportunity that has been garnering quite a bit of media and analyst attention: the impact and potential of cloud gaming on 5G…

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The Tide is Turning for Mobile Operators in 2020

(This article originally appeared on Forbes). The year 2020 has a ring to it. Those stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic jams will laugh to learn that past future gazers predicted that by 2020 people would have flying cars and even telepathy!…

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Enea Turns the Page in Openwave’s Next Chapter

This week marks an exciting new chapter in our company’s journey. Our integration is now complete and we are now the Openwave division of Enea, or, simply, Enea Openwave. Combined with other units of Enea, our new capabilities will have…

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Optimizing Video in the Era of Streaming Wars

(A version of this article originally appeared on Pipeline) The promise of increased bandwidth and low latency made possible by 5G networks is contributing to a massive increase in the development of new mobile video technologies and streaming services designed…

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Made for mobile: The next step for streaming video

(This article originally appeared on RCR Wireless).   They said mobile phones would never replace cameras. They said mobile phones would never replace car sat navs. They said mobile phones would never replace home Hi-Fi systems. And yet for most people,…

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5G Demands Comprehensive CDM

A number of operators have started implementing 5G networks. They are however increasingly realizing that the data management needs of 5G are drastically different than those of earlier network generations. 5G demands that operators move from bare metal to cloud-based…

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The Battle Lines at E3 Are Cloudy for Mobile Operators

(This article originally appeared on Forbes).   E3 yet again showcased the latest and greatest in gaming innovations. Thanks to new technologies like cloud gaming, the industry could be worth $300bn by 2025. The gaming behemoths – Google, Sony, Microsoft and…

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