Rural Small Cells – Really Making a Difference

• An insight from the TUCAN3G project, which studied both the technical and socio-economic elements of introducing telephony and data services in isolated rural areas of developing countries (Peru) – based on small cells for access network, and a combination of WiLD, WiMAX and VSAT for backhaul • The impact those services made on the communities they served, how new business models and regulation stimulate change, and what could be replicated in other regions in the world • Beyond TUCAN3G - What we learned, and how we would do things differently today

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