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Smartphone use is the most significant driver of traffic growth in mobile backhaul technology as these devices become more integrated into our business and personal lives. The traditional backhaul technology, copper, has been in decline because it cannot keep up with these capacities, resulting in greater use of fiber and microwave technology.
Packet optical technologies enabling these high-capacity solutions combine advanced traffic management and WDM capabilities. As SDN technology works its way into the backhaul, the platforms of today need to be SDN ready. Fiber optics, though the preferred transport, are not always available or cost effective in these applications. Microwave is an alternative solution while waiting for fiber to be trenched or as a low-cost transport method.
Small cell architecture using C-RAN and WDM transport technology will reduce the power, footprint, and complexity of the small cell. The C-RAN architecture centralizes the base band unit (BBU) at the macro site or CO using Common Public Radio Interface (CPRI™) over fiber optic or microwave transport to the remote radio head (RRH) deployed at the small cell site.
This combination of transport technology, whether full SDN-capable or SDN-ready, enables the highest optimization over the BH, offering:
Load balancing via prioritized dynamic bandwidth allocation
Self-healing fault recovery
Smooth scaling for future demands
TrendMakers with host Ron Dresner talks with Barter Business Unlimited President Debbie Lombardi about her new health care program for businesses, "BarterCare" that has become widely popular with business owners and managers throughout Connecticut and the New England states. www.bbubarter.com. Barter Business Unlimited, the region’s leading barter exchange company for business owners throughout the United States, announced today that it has officially launched the region’s first barter health care program. The new “BarterCare” program is an exclusive healthcare management system that will allow businesses to subsidize and provide health care related products and services to their families and employees using barter dollars. While BarterCare is not a health insurance policy, it is a prepaid health management system that is similar to a heath savings account and other programs. BarterCare members will be able to purchase a prepaid benefit card that allows the card holder to use a long list of health care services throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts. Card holders will have a private account which can be accessed via the BarterCare Web site that will display current balances, health care purchases and providers available in the program. Once the card holder reaches their allocated limit, the card is no longer usable until additional funds are added by the barter member. Debbie Lombardi, president, Barter Business Unlimited said “We have a long and growing list of health care providers that includes dentists, vision, skin care specialists all the way to nutritionists, orthodontists, chiropractors, strength/conditioning coaches and to hearing, hair restoration, walk-in medical centers, psychological and homeopathic providers.”
Barter Today talks with Barter Business Unlimited's Debbie Lombardi about the new BarterCare health care program. Now, barter customers can barter for a variety of heath care, fitness and wellness services. Administered by Connecticut's top barter and exchange business company, Barter Business Unlimited, the new Barter Care health care program is perfect for business owners and managers that need to control health care costs but still offer certain benefits to staffers.
Employers can now offer a unique incentive to staff and use barter dollars to cover the cost! With the BarterCare card you're now able to purchase a prepaid benefit card that allows the holder to use services such as dental, vision, hearing and others as an employee benefit. Because of its unique design, employers may subsidize employee's medical expenses in a manner that is potentially a tax deductible event! BarterCard holders have private accounts which can be accessed via the BarterCare website. That will show the current balances, health care purchased and providers available under the program.
What Can BarterCare Do For My Business? Healthcare is one of the most challenging and costly expenses for businesses today. The small to medium sized business is hit the hardest with the healthcare cost burden. BarterCare is a program that allows businesses an affordable way to reward, attract, retain and compete for quality employees. www.bartercare.com.
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Barter Today is the place where business owners and managers can learn how to use barter to save cash and unused inventory and services and turn them into assets immediately. Bringing barter into your everyday business life can increase your sales and marketing efforts. Debbie Lombardi, Barter Business Unlimited, Connecticut, New England, United States, explains how barter can be used for ANY business.
Barter Today is a weekly talk show for smart business owners and managers who want to learn how to save cash and use barter as an important business tool to grow their business. Businesses around the world and involved in every sector of industry are using barter to trade their unused inventory or idle services.
In this week's Barter Today Show with host Dave Edmunds, we talk with one of the barter industry's top barter brokers Kim Brewer, BBU Barter Connecticut. Heather discusses how business owners and managers benefit from joining a barter organization, how barter actually works and how employees can benefit as well. Heather also talks about a few featured BBU Barter business members.
Barter Today Talks With Debbie Lombardi About New England's Biggest Barter Show On November 12, 2009
Barter Today talks with Barter Business Unlimited President Debbie Lomardi about New England's biggest business barter show on Thursday, November 12, 2009 in Bristol, CT. Over 100 booths, thousands of business owners and managers along with their families will be attending New England's largest barter expo and family holiday fun show. Find out more about this event and how barter or a trade exchange company can help almost any business grow -- while saving cash expenditures. Barter Business Unlimited, www.bbubarter.com.
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