mobility

MWC 2017: technological evolutions rather than a revolution

The Mobile World Congress, an essential annual meeting for those who work in mobile telephony, attracted a record number of attendees yet again this year. Nearly 110,000 people from 208 countries and territories all over the world were present to learn about and discuss new mobile terminals, connectivity standards, testing equipment, and applications for the networks of the future. The MWC has grown from year to year, and is gradually becoming the “CES of mobility”.
MWC 2017: technological evolutions rather than a revolution

b<>com exhibits at Mobile World Congress!

From February 27 to March 2d, b<>com is exhibitor at the Mobile World Congress, Barcelona. MWC is the world’s biggest mobile technology show and welcomes over 90,000 technology industry experts, analysts and journalists every year.
b<>com exhibits at Mobile World Congress!

Network Interfaces

To be connected or not to be connected, that is definitely NOT the question. Being connected at all times, in all places, to all types of content is essential. This evolution in usages involves the deployment of new optical and radio technologies, an essential condition for resizing networks. The Network Interfaces laboratory develops these technologies in order to effectively respond to the explosion in transmission speeds and the proliferation of different technologies, while making an effort to reduce their power consumption.
Network Interfaces

Philippe Bertin represents the Network Architecture lab, one of the three specialties in b<>com's Networks and Security field.

Fred Pieau

Mobility: towards a seamless network

One month after the second IRT Forum, we took a look back at the network demonstration with Philippe Bertin, a Project Manager in the Network Architecture lab.
Mobility: towards a seamless network