How a chip vendor strategically positions their products to support the networks of the future

Read this article to learn:

  • How technological developments are enabling the next generation of cellular networks to emerge
  • How new types of antennas are enabling the total cost of network ownership to fall
  • How mmWave fixed wireless is likely to affect network infrastructure
  • How fibre deployments are contributing to a global growth in data centres
  • Which key technologies are needed to support the growth in data demand

As cellular networks evolve and customers demand more from the existing infrastructure, we examine the developments being made at an equipment level. The Future Network spoke with Anders Storm, CEO of the Swedish semiconductor manufacturer about advances in antenna design, developments in the fibre market, mmWave solutions for fixed wireless access, new approaches to Wi-Fi,…

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