See how operators can use LTE Broadcast to cost-effectively offer new media services at large events, public places and rural areas to enhance the user experience. Operators can also use LTE Broadcast for efficient automatic application and software delivery.
See how different spectrum assets can be combined together to deliver higher data rates, more capacity and better alignment for asymmetric traffic to deliver a better user experience.
In 2012, London hosts the Olympic Games for the second time since its inception. Find out how a building services director prepares for the massive surge in mobile demand during this prestigious event. Watch Andy’s London story.
Discover why a Dallas events manager puts connectivity first when choosing a venue. Especially when 6,000 people are relying on her for good bands and even better bandwidth. Watch Sarah-Jane’s Dallas story.
A Bell Labs services manager walks us through a New York story of densely populated spaces and explains why operators need a new approach to capacity issues. Watch Frank’s New York story.
It’s finally here, the event everyone has been waiting for, but with all the extra demand for bandwidth will even the Wilson Street network be up to the job? To find out sit back and enjoy the ride as Malcolm, … Continue reading
It’s always darkest before the dawn, and in this penultimate episode a shock YouTube announcement threatens the whole Battle of the Bands Competition. But with all our characters hopes and dreams resting on the success of this one night the … Continue reading
Some win, some lose and someone’s not doing his job properly… Join us for episode 3 as our Wilson Street residents lives start to intertwine and the power of a truly connected community starts to make sense. Watch Episode 3.
News of the Battle of Band competition has caused quite a stir on Wilson Street. Is this Malcolm’s time to shine? Will Les finally get a shot at the big timer? Will Rebecca get to meet her idol? And will the … Continue reading
If you’ve not heard of Wilson Street yet, you soon will do. It’s a small part of the world that has some very big ideas, and after winning The Best Place to Live, Work and Play Award 2010, its set … Continue reading