The welcome mat is officially out on the new "post-macrocell" era. The responses to Cisco’s recent small cell announcements are still rolling in, and the reaction has been overwhelmingly positive.
Here are just a few samples:
“Cisco turned heads at Mobile World Congress on Tuesday when it unveiled the first carrier-grade, end-to-end Wi-Fi infrastructure to deliver next-generation hotspots.” – Sci-Tech Today, Jennifer LeClaire
“Cisco's vision looks to be a light at the end of the tunnel given the technical journey that mobile users have been on for more than a decade.” – David Berlind, InformationWeek
“Cisco’s new technology will finally deliver what our data-hungry smartphones and tablets need: seamless connectivity anywhere, anytime. ... That's what Cisco's technology enables. Let’s keep the mojo going.”– Ed Valdez, Technorati
“Service providers immediately jumped at Cisco’s solution… the joy of providers is understandable, behind the new technology is Cisco’s well-known network architecture and in most cases all they’d need to do is to refresh some access point software… With this announcement, another piece of the puzzle fell into place.”– Csaba Galffy, hwsw.hu
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