The forward thinkers within today’s Mobile Network Operators need to determine how best to increase the capacity density of their networks, meeting demand for ever more Mbps per square metre per Hz in the most congested areas of the 800Mhz to 5GHz bands.
Is this best satisfied by extending traditional methods, widespread deployment of small cells, offloading to Wi-Fi or a combination of all three?
This Small Cell SIG event examines the different approaches, and evaluates the limits, constraints and benefits of each.
A formidable line-up of industry speakers will explain and evaluate the available options and look at practical issues of deployment. An interactive panel session enables lively participation with the audience.
- Caroline Gabriel, Research Director of Rethink Technology Research
- Mike Lawton, Product Planning Engineer, Mobile Broadband Operation, Agilent Technologies
- Atul Roy, Network Strategy Manager, EE
- Jouni Korhonen, Technical Director, Broadcom
- Justin Paul, Head of OSS Marketing, Amdocs and Neil Coleman, Marketing Manager, Amdocs Radio Access Network Division
The Small Cell SIG is championed by David Chambers of ThinkSmallCell, Zahid Ghadialy of eXplanoTech, Simon Saunders of Real Wireless, Simon Fletcher of NEC Telcom MODUS and Paul Kenworthy of Ranplan. We are also extremely grateful to Microlease / Agilent for sponsoring this event.
This event heads the April 2014 Cambridge Wireless Founders’ Dinner. This esteemed evening of exquisite dining offers outstanding networking with friends, colleagues and potential new business partners within the wireless ecosystem. Please note that invites are open to preliminary contacts at Cambridge Wireless Founder Member organisations only.