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Posted by: Daniel Dribinski

The “Internet of Things”, the “Internet of Everything” and the “Connected Life” are just some of the buzzwords being used to describe physical objects being interconnected via the Internet. Analyst firms such as IDC are already estimating that the market will be worth upwards of $7 trillion with new devices deployed in almost every industry. Keep Reading →

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After the launch of its LTE network and in preparation for its 4.5 network supporting LTE-Advanced launch subject to allocation of frequencies and the Israeli Ministry of Communication’s approval, Cellcom has expanded the Cellwize elastic-SON™ solution to ensure improved user experience.

Singapore and Israel – [September 9, 2014] – Cellwize, the innovative Self-Organizing Network (SON) solutions provider, today announced that it has expanded its existing agreement with Cellcom Israel to deploy, through a dedicated innovation center, the unique capabilities of its elastic-SON™ functions. Keep Reading →

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Mformation, August 2014

The Internet of Things and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) market is in a period of exponential growth. With its limitless possibilities, every vertical industry has plans to incorporate M2M in some way in the very near future. Cumulatively, this will equate to nearly $196 billion in revenue by the end of 2020, a 21% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) over the next six years. Keep Reading →

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23 July, 2014 at 11:23 AM | Posted by: Jeremy Cowan

Mobile operators could face a 30% failure rate for M2M and Internet of Things (IoT) sessions. So says one provider of self-organising networks (SON) solutions for wireless operators, Cellwize. Amid forecasts of up to 26 billion IoT devices by 20201, the solution vendor believes it has identified the potential pitfalls and the opportunities for mobile network operators. But when and why is this going to be an issue? Jeremy Cowan investigates. Keep Reading →

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Published on Jun 25, 2014

 

 

Daniel Dribinski, Founder, CTO of Cellwize gives a background of his company, as well as the company’s transition from 2G/3G to more focus on M2M and Internet of Things (IoT). Daniel also discusses the Value-Driven SON offerings Cellwize offers its customers and how it differs from its competitors.

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Cellwize whitepaper highlights IoT and M2M opportunities and challenges for mobile operators

Singapore – June 24, 2014 – Mobile operators could face a failure rate upwards of 30% for Machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) sessions according to Cellwize, an innovative Self Organizing Networks (SON) solutions provider for wireless operators. With IoT devices set to reach 26 billion units by 2020, Cellwize has identified the potential pitfalls and the opportunities for mobile network operators in a new whitepaper available to download: http://cellwize.com/publications/

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Cellwize sees growing demand for multi-technology SON as mobile operators look to deploy IoT infrastructure

Singapore May 15, 2014 – Cellwize, the innovative Self-Optimizing Network (SON) solutions provider announced today that an increasing number of mobile operators are looking to deploy cross-technology and multi-vendor Self-Optimizing Network (SON) solutions to boost 2G, 3G and LTE networks. One reason for this is that with the drive towards creating the infrastructure for the Internet of Things (IoT), optimizing the sometimes-forgotten 2G network is back on top of operators’ agendas.

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