ThinkSmallCells-April2016

Written by David Chambers

Self-Organising Networks (SON) has been an integral feature of successful small cell deployments, providing rapid self-configuration, on-going optimisation and self-healing in case of outages. It’s maturing, with significant funds raised by independent SON vendors and interworking plugfests being organised by ETSI. We spoke to two independent SON vendors with contrasting approaches to learn about their assessment of the market and how it affects small cell take-up. Keep Reading →

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