This post is by Heather Ross-Sirola from Nokia Siemens Networks.
Small cells coupled with smart Wi-Fi have the potential to cause a paradigm shift in the wireless industry. That was the word on the street at MWC 2013, as mobile operators seek cost effective solutions to address booming traffic capacity demands and provide the best coverage, including indoors in HetNets.
Discover how small cells allow operators to reuse their scarce spectrum in busy areas, while smart Wi-Fi can take data traffic off those frequencies completely. Now it’s time to hear a creative approach on how to manage the whole end-to-end process from deployment and operations through to maintenance and recovery.
To learn more about small cells and smart Wi-Fi, tune in to our on-demand webinar: Expanding small cell solutions for almost limitless capacity. Registration for the webinar is open here.
The live event attracted over 150 participants scoring high praise on the format, presentations and general buzz as @rupert_baines, Board Member of the Small Cell Forum, on Twitter remarked: Incredible amount of activity around #smallCell #HetNets #1GBperday$. Lots of good stuff worth following!
Webinar speakers Stephane Daeuble and Jaakko Huuhtanen highlight how to achieve optimum coverage and capacity in heterogeneous networks using the right mix of macro and small cells. In other words, how operators can enable virtually unlimited mobile broadband capacity.
Listen to the on-demand version of the #1GBperday$ webinar: Small Cells and Smart Wi-Fi by registering here.
Participate in an upcoming webinar from our #1GBperday$ series on How to Make Money with Mobile Broadband:
LTE, Single RAN and Liquid Radio – 20 March, 2013
Simplified operations – 26 March 2013
Customer Experience Management – 9 and 10 April, 2013