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In move from macro to small cells, what’s the role of cable companies?

December 6, 2017


DENVER–As carriers and neutral host providers look to create ultra-dense networks using small cells, cable companies will have increasing opportunities in the wireless market based on the reach of existing hybrid fiber-coaxial networks. That was the key takeaway from a presentation at the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo

“If you think about what’s going to happen with next-generation wireless…there is going to absolutely be an industry transformation from traditional macro architectures…to architectures that are based on small cells,” Craig Cowden SVP, Wireless Technology at Charter, said, noting the importance of density in delivering on high bandwidth and low latency associated with 5G.

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