Ericsson: Connecting the Dots – Part Three (We’re Still Figuring Things Out

Peter Jarich
Peter Jarich

As if the launch of a new indoor wireless solution wasn’t enough to keep Ericsson’s marketing folks busy last week, the vendor also had to pull off its annual analyst conference.  From a self-serving standpoint, the timing couldn’t have been better; we had lots of questions about the Radio Dot System and Ericsson served up lots of execs who could answer those questions in person.  On top of that, the weather down in San Jose was beautiful! Continue reading “Ericsson: Connecting the Dots – Part Three (We’re Still Figuring Things Out”

Ericsson: Connecting the Dots – Part Two (The Need for BTS Capacity)

Peter Jarich
Peter Jarich

I’m not sure we can say that Ericsson timed its Radio Dot launch to our upcoming LTE eNode B product assessment updates.  I think we can say, however, that the new indoor wireless solution helps make a point that we’ve been arguing for some time. Continue reading “Ericsson: Connecting the Dots – Part Two (The Need for BTS Capacity)”

Ericsson: Connecting the Dots – Part One (The Business Opportunity)

Peter Jarich
Peter Jarich

Last week, Ericsson announced it’s so-called “Radio Dot System,” an in-building cellular solution aimed at providing 3G and 4G services, potentially leveraging existing indoor cabling and potentially even using existing outdoor infrastructure for capacity.  There have been plenty of write-ups on it, but if you haven’t seen our analysis, you should check it out here. Continue reading “Ericsson: Connecting the Dots – Part One (The Business Opportunity)”