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During Mobile World Congress 2014, Bluwan had the honour of participating in a panel session about Creating the Future Access Network. We were able to capture some of the content of the discussion and would like to share it with you. Here is a five-part series of articles, each of which addresses key points about the future of access networks.

On March 27th 2014, Facebook and revealed their intentions to connect the developing world through aerial drones and satellites. This announcement inevitably brings to mind the Loon project that Google has been developing for the past three years. Is this the beginning of a real star wars?

Bluwan featured on day 2 of the Mobile World Live Daily magazine, in an article by Ken Wieland, entitled “Bluwan warns of Interference and spectrum crunch at sub-6GHz”. This has been a recurring mantra for Bluwan at this year’s show, starting on day 1 in our panel on “The Next Access Networks”, where we shared the view that sub-6GHz spectrum would be better used for access networks rather than wasted on HetNet backhaul.

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