Good Mobile Backhaul: There’s No App for That!

Posted on October 25th, 2014 by New Admin

Mobile backhaul and wireless backhaul are two names for the same thing: the communications link between the practically ubiquitous cellular antennas on radio towers, buildings, highway signs, church steeples, fake Sequoyah trees and elsewhere that connect mobile subscribers to the carrier IP network and/or Internet.

Mobile Backhaul: The Missing Link

Posted on October 24th, 2014 by New Admin

Mobile is hot and mobile backhaul is thriving. As the number of mobile devices grows the need to bridge the gap between the subscriber devices and the IP cloud grows and as the bandwidth demand increases the demand for a bigger bridge between the subscriber devices and the IP cloud also grows.

Mobile Backhaul “Mutual Fund” and Technology Trends

Posted on September 27th, 2014 by New Admin

“I don’t follow any one mobile backhaul provider’s stock anymore, including my own – I just count the number of AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile ads.” This comment was made by an admitted stock-a-holic who, it turns out, is a regional sales VP for a national backhaul provider.