Job | RF Engineer | Pennsylvania, United States

RF Engineers Advertiser PARK ADVERTISING Location Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, United States Rate - Further Enterprise Solutions seeks RF Engineers (MULT openings) in Blue Bell, PA. REQ: BS in Electrical ENG or related (in lieu of BS degree, employer will also accept 3 years of academic coursework) & 4 Years EXP.


Decide on core N/W TECH choices for wireless N/W; Manage, EVAL & Write tender process; SUPT CORP STRAT through direct PART in standard bodies; Show the BENE of new TECH in terms of CAP and OPTs savings; ID PROD REQ & RF EQUIP LOC, site RF audits, build VERIFI & SYS RF accept; Assess coverage OBJs; ID & tailor N/W plan tools & database; EST RF plan process & procedure; Measure & investigate of RF PROP ENVI; N/W cover & Cap; SYS FREQ plan & INTER ANLYS; site ID, RF site surveys & approval/disproval.
Apply: Mail resume to: ATTN HR, 1777 Sentry PKWY, BUILF 11, STE 201, Blue Bell, PA 19422 Category: Technology , Keywords: RF Enginee…

Ericsson, Intel and Verizon go buzz crazy with 4K VR and 5G trial

The new trio Ericsson, Intel and Verizon will be aiming for pole position in the 5G race with a new trial which aim to demonstrate how fans can watch live sport events in 360-degree VR streamed in 4K.
It’s a useful backdrop, as the frenzied adventure of the Indianapolis 500 will push the team to ensure a successful demonstration. Should the trio be fruitful in their venture, it would be a useful marketing platform to push the multi-gigabit per second speeds and ultra-low latency ambitions in the fast approaching 5G world. In another demonstration leading up to this trial, Verizon and Ericsson claim to have achieved sustained broadband speeds of 6.4 Gb/sec in a car moving at a speed of 60 mph; that’s certainly a good start but the Indianapolis 500 will be another beast. Scott Dixon, who will start on pole during the race, posted an average speed of 232.164 mph (373.632 kph) during the qualifications. “5G will bring new experiences and business opportunities like exciting virtual reali…

Global Telecoms Awards 2017 – the countdown begins

Save the date! The 5th Annual Global Telecoms Awards will take place on 2 November 2017 in Central London.

We are very excited about the 5th annual Global Telecoms Awards and we hope you will join us by participating in this special celebration of our sector’s achievements. If you’re so inclined you can also tweet about them using the hashtag #GlobalTelecomsAwards.

Nokia has big plans for small cells

At a briefing in London Nokia’s small cells team detailed its current small cells activity and stressed it thinks the category is set to boom, at long last. The company understandably consolidated its small cell portfolio as part of the Alcatel-Lucent assimilation process. At its heart now is the Flexi Zone family of products, at the apparent heart of which is the Mini-Macro LTE base station, which claims to offer many of the benefits of a macro base station in a small cell form factor. One big small cell client win seems to have been Sprint in the US, which has bought somewhere between 50,000-100,000 (Nokia declined to offer a precise number) of the Mini-Macros, which it has rolled out in a number of urban environments as well as specific ‘hot zones’ such as stadia.

Cisco layoff of 1,100 employees

Cisco’s software pivot leads to near-term layoff of 1,100 employees amid weak outlook Source | FIERCE TELECOM May 23, 2017

Cisco's latest job cuts come on top of the 5,500 layoffs the company announced in August 2016.
Cisco may have set a future course that will focus on software, but that migration process has prompted the routing giant to make a drastic change in the near term by cutting an additional 1,100 employees from its workforce. These latest cuts, which are part of a broader restructuring plan that was announced during its third quarter fiscal year 2017 earnings (PDF), come on top of the 5,500 layoffs Cisco announced in August 2016. While Cisco reported that the quarter’s earnings rose to $11.9 billion, the main concern for investors was the company’s fourth quarter outlook. RELATED: From CenturyLink to Verizon: Tracking wireline telecom earnings in Q1 2017 Cisco said it expects revenues to fall 4% to 6% year-over-year in the fourth quarter, with earnings of 60 cents to 62 cent…

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Customer Project Manager/Programme Manager - IMS/ VoLTE, Mumbai

Date: May 17, 2017Location: Mumbai, MH, INCompany: Ericsson
We are now looking for a Customer Project Manager to lead assigned customer projects / opportunities; securing that  goals are met, customer’s expectations are fulfilled and that the customer relation is handled in the best possible way within the scope of the contract.

Job Responsibilities:  •You will establish the project plan baseline: define project scope, secure the necessary resources and plans and monitor all activities •Drive project execution: track project activities, monitor and handle changes, conflicts and critical issues •Handle customer and partner engagement: manage customer relationship across various levels including customer senior management, building confidence and trust, ensure project progress arranging meetings and customer events •Handle project finance: ensure financial system monitoring •Develop the business: participate to contract preparation and to pre-sales meeting •Develop the CPM discipline: simp…