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  # 1767526 19-Apr-2017 18:56
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sonyxperiageek:

 

sbiddle:

 

yitz: HG659 ?

 

Nah you'll want the HG659b for a high density deployment. The "b" means it's better. 3 should be fine on channels 1,6 and 11 and setting 80MHz in the 5GHz band will deliver plenty of throughput.

 

 

And HG means High Gain. 

 

 

 

 

I thought it was Hopeless Garbage but maybe i was wrong.


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  # 1767602 19-Apr-2017 22:06
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I'd love to see the new Spark Arena logo! :-)




 
 
 
 


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^ Hmmm So that's the legit one?





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  # 1768091 20-Apr-2017 19:33
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That's what the venue Facebook page has as a profile picture

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  # 1768119 20-Apr-2017 21:18
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UHD:

 

I'll link this thread next time I see someone complaining that the ISP business is tightly margined.

 

 

 

 

Why? The ISP business is only one of many business units under the Spark banner. The stuff you see at retail is only a fraction of what Spark does. 





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UHD:

 

I'll link this thread next time I see someone complaining that the ISP business is tightly margined.

 

 

 

 

the broadband business IS tightly margined.

 

 

 

However Spark makes stacks of cash from landline rental and calling still, as well as mobile and enterprise services.

 

 


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scottjpalmer: That's what the venue Facebook page has as a profile picture

 

Really?? In my professional opinion, this looks suspiciously like someone with 2 minutes to spare just grabbed the Spark Digital logo, rubbed out the "Digital" and then typed ARENA in the "AVGmdBU" font.

 

Still, I'm not sure that it needs much more thought than that....





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scottjpalmer: That's what the venue Facebook page has as a profile picture

 

Really?? In my professional opinion, this looks suspiciously like someone with 2 minutes to spare just grabbed the Spark Digital logo, rubbed out the "Digital" and then typed ARENA in the "AVGmdBU" font.

 

Still, I'm not sure that it needs much more thought than that....

 

 

Isn't the hardest part choosing which of the three/four background colours to put on?





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I don't see any issue with the logo, I like it. The logo doesn't affect what the venue does or the events there, or the spectators that attend. It doesn't affect the equipment Huawei are putting in there which is very good and they have done this around the globe.

The logo is a cleaver representation of a Spark.




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MikeB4: I don't see any issue with the logo, I like it. The logo doesn't affect what the venue does or the events there, or the spectators that attend. It doesn't affect the equipment Huawei are putting in there which is very good and they have done this around the globe.

 

Huawei actually haven't done many high density deployments at all - I believe Westpac Stadium in Wellington will be their 2nd biggest stadium deployment behind Dortmund. I believe Spark Area will also be their biggest indoor arena deployment.

 

In the US stadium and indoor venue deployments are being led by Extreme Networks, Ruckus and Aruba.

 

 


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MikeB4: I don't see any issue with the logo, I like it. The logo doesn't affect what the venue does or the events there, or the spectators that attend. It doesn't affect the equipment Huawei are putting in there which is very good and they have done this around the globe.


Huawei actually haven't done many high density deployments at all - I believe Westpac Stadium in Wellington will be their 2nd biggest stadium deployment behind Dortmund. I believe Spark Area will also be their biggest indoor arena deployment.


In the US stadium and indoor venue deployments are being led by Extreme Networks, Ruckus and Aruba.


 



Look to Europe and Asia




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