- Mobile data traffic is exploding. Globally, the traffic has been doubling each year during the last few years. However, now the industry is preparing for an astounding 1000x increase. Qualcomm is leading the charge through its compelling technologies and path breaking innovations in preparing the industry to meet this “1000x challenge.”
CTIA - Riding out 'data tsunami'
Up to 18% more bandwidth for mobile broadband users with spectrum sharing
Qualcomm Proposes a Cell-Phone Network by the People, for the People
Qualcomm: Your in-home small cell may be opened to the public
Thanks for joining our webinar: WiFi Evolution and its Role in the Future of Wireless
- With millions of hotspots deployed around the world, and ever growing integration of Wi-Fi into wireless devices, Wi-Fi is rapidly becoming ubiquitous. Tune-in to this webinar to learn more about Wi-Fi evolution, its critical role in addressing the looming 1000x data challenge, enabling smart connected homes, and exciting new frontiers it is poised to explore.
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Hear our CTO Matt Grob talk on "Technology Transitions" panel hosted by FCC
- Check it out on March 18, 2013 fcc.gov/live
- 2:30 – 4:00 pm Panel 3: Network EvolutionThis panel will examine the timing of the technological transition for different wireline and wireless networks as well as examine drivers for the timing of the technology transition.Moderator:Rebekah Goodheart, Deputy Director, FCC Technology Transitions Policy Task Force and Associate Chief, WCBPanelists:Thomas Maguire, SVP, National Operations Support, VerizonMichael P. Golob, SVP, Engineering and Technology, Frontier Communications Corp.Matt Grob, EVP and CTO, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.Randolph C. Nicklas, CTO, XO CommunicationsJohn Civiletto, VP, Strategic Architecture, Cox Communications
Watch us on FCC's 3.5GHz Workshop "Innovative Approaches to Dynamic Spectrum Sharing" on March 13th @ 1:00PM
- WCDMA+ improves data capacity by making voice more efficient; it triples the spectral efficiency of WCDMA circuit switched voice to free up to 2/3rds of a full 5MHz carrier for HSPA/HSPA+ data. Given that 2 Billion HSPA/HSPA+ subscribers will be using WCDMA voice in 2015, the case for enhancing WCDMA together with the HSPA+ evolution is obvious. WCDMA+ addresses the critical need to utilize finite spectrum assets more efficiently and at the same time be able to cost-effectively address all device segments, see qualcomm.com/wcdma-plus for more.