Category Archives: Network Extensions

Cloud Computing Defined

Posted on “The concept of outsourcing hardware, software and file storage to service providers on the Internet” is how Forrester Research defines Cloud Computing. Many have pointed out the philosophical similarities between Cloud Computing and the days prior to broad adoption of… Continue Reading

Backhaul Solutions for Backhaul’s Sake

Posted on Today, operators in many parts of the world are supporting multi-generation wireless networks. As deployment of next generation network access technologies gain momentum, many operators will endure a transition period where legacy services based in the time domain will need… Continue Reading

Maintaining Profitability on the Path to 4G

Posted on Looking for ways to maintain profitability as an operator on your way to 4G/LTE? WireIE’s George Kaichis (Director, Radio Network Services) has some tips to help your company get there. In order to meet the projected spike in demand and… Continue Reading

WireIE Comments on Canadian Government’s Digital Economy Strategy

Posted on WireIE President & CEO Rob Barlow today formally commented to the federal government on it’s consultation entitled: “Improving Canada’s Digital Advantage, Strategies for Sustainable Prosperity.” Removing Broadband Deployment Obstacles in Rural Canada I appreciate the opportunity to share my views… Continue Reading

Broadband Wireless Takes on Legacy Broadband

Posted on As experts in next generation networks, WireIE has been a strong promoter of WiMAX from the start.  As the impact of Clearwire’s WiMAX network roll-out takes hold, trends in customer behavior are beginning to emerge. In this article by Marguerite… Continue Reading