Network densification is required for increased and more ubiquitous connectivity. In order to successfully roll out 5G, carriers must build more small cells and DAS to prepare for exponentially increasing demand for connectivity. Sitetracker talked to ISCO’s Chuck Norris and George Pitsoulakis as part of their report “2019: Telecom’s Tipping Point”
For the third year in a row ISCO International will be an exhibitor at MWC19 Barcelona, where over 100,000 of the tech industry’s innovators and influencers will gather to explore how Intelligent Connectivity will shape the future of our digital experiences, our industry and our world. ISCO joins five other companies - Keeper Security, Monument Labs, NuCurrent, QualSights, and Tekno Telecom - in Hall 8.1 Stand 8.1H14, all selected by the State of Illinois to represent the innovation and successful contributions made to the wireless industry by Illinois-based businesses. We look forward to talking to potential customers and partners from around the world about 5G, MEC, NFV and how spectrum conditioning can improve Intelligent Connectivity. Learn more: www.mwcbarcelona.com.
Dr. Amr Abdelmonem, the CTO and COO of ISCO International, will speak at the conference Tuesday, January 15, at 10:45AM in Room 412. His presentation, entitled “Identifying and Addressing PIM” will educate the attendees about different types of PIM and how it can be minimized in wireless networks. An area of focus will be PIM from intermodulation, caused when multiple transmit bands combine to produce PIM in a wireless carrier’s uplink band. As more spectrum bands are activated, including FirstNet and 600 MHz, this problem is becoming more common and more complicated. Dr. Abdelmonem’s presentation will describe growing threats such as “Triple Beat” PIM and include information on how performance problems caused by PIM can be overcome.
At the inaugural Crain’s Most Innovative Companies Breakfast on November 1 two Top Ten lists were revealed - companies with the highest number of patents in 2017 and the annual ranking of most innovative companies. These patent powerhouses are chosen based on number and quality of patents, and ISCO is proud to be #8 on this list. Click here to learn more about this recognition.
Crain's Chicago Business continues to recognize the most innovative companies based on patent quality and activity. ISCO appears on the list for the third year in a row.
New report looks at factors impacting interference in wireless networks, strategies for dealing with interference and how the roles of industry and government are shifting.
New hardware platform integrates on the CPRI link as wireless carrier networks move toward centralized RAN
Identification of intermod products reduces noise rise allowing offending bands to operate at higher transmit power
ISCO is pleased to join the Illinois-based companies participating in MWC 2017.
ISCO Is proud to have been recognized with a significant award from Verizon at their annual IBTUF conference in Austin in January 2017