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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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Mobile networks are playing a major key role in including populations in the digital revolution, particularly in developing countries. Asia Pacific is no exception. This region already accounts for half of the world’s unique subscribers and connections and is expected to add 600 million new subscribers by 2020.

Originally posted on APAC CIO Outlook Keep Reading →

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Comprehensive and Continuous Optimization Provides Optimal Efficiency and Customer Centricity. Keep Reading →

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Posted by: Daniel Dribinski

The “Internet of Things”, the “Internet of Everything” and the “Connected Life” are just some of the buzzwords being used to describe physical objects being interconnected via the Internet. Analyst firms such as IDC are already estimating that the market will be worth upwards of $7 trillion with new devices deployed in almost every industry. Keep Reading →

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How Cellwize is Reinventing Innovation in Telecom with SON

By Telecomdrive Bureau

Keeping its focus towards helping operators derive more value from their network investments, Cellwize, the innovative Self-Organizing Network (SON) solutions provider, is taking the lead to offer a Network Functions Virtualized (NFV)-ready SON solution for the telecoms community, this solution is multi-technology ready and fully multi-vendor compliant.

Oliver Guibert, General Manager – APAC interacted with Zia Askari from TelecomDrive.com during the recently held CommunicAsia2015 exposition in Singapore. Keep Reading →

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CommunicAsia # NXT pavilion in booth 32B-05

As network providers look to deploy SON, Cellwize will be meeting operators in conferences across Asia, Europe and Latin America

Singapore – May 19th 2015 – Cellwize, the innovative Self-Optimizing Network (SON) solutions provider, announced today that it will be exhibiting at CommunicAsia (NXT Pavilion booth 32B-05). The company will showcase its SON solutions, including Value-Driven SON® which can provide operators with new monetization opportunities by placing the end-customer at the heart of the network optimization. Keep Reading →

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Self-Organizing Networks (SON) has grown rapidly among operator communities as they look for cost effective ways to improve overall network capacity, efficiency and quality. As 3G and 4G networks mature, centralized-SON (C-SON) is the ideal solution to give these technologies a new lease of life and boost speeds and coverage. Keep Reading →

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If you don’t know them, Cellwize is a SON software company. With their first beta customers in 2013 and five additional customers in 2014, they currently boast seven operator wins at this point. For a young company this is impressive and RCR Wireless had the chance to speak with their CEO, Ofir Zemer about their history and priorities for 2015. Keep Reading →

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Cellwize observes increase in mobile operators modernizing their networks to improve capacity and subscriber experience

Singapore – 4 November 2014 – As mobile operators look to improve their networks, boost coverage and deliver robust mobile Internet services, complex modernization projects are being undertaken globally. In its latest whitepaper, Cellwize outlines the unique SON methodology implemented across modernization projects on several operator networks and the role of C-SON in the future. The whitepaper also includes a look into the successful deployment of Cellwize C-SON on Telefonica UK’s network. Keep Reading →

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Cellwize SON Boosts Telefónica UK’s Network Modernisation Rollout

Telefónica UK continues to improve and enhance network reliability and its Quality of Service for its subscribers – thanks to Cellwize elastic-SON

London and Singapore 13 October 2014:  Cellwize today announced that its elastic-SON™, the Centralized Self Organizing Network solution (C-SON) has been commercially deployed by Telefónica UK to enhance mobile network performance and Quality of Service for UK subscribers. elastic-SON from Cellwize was selected following a rigorous evaluation process carried out by the Telefónica Global CTO Team and Telefónica UK. Keep Reading →

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After the launch of its LTE network and in preparation for its 4.5 network supporting LTE-Advanced launch subject to allocation of frequencies and the Israeli Ministry of Communication’s approval, Cellcom has expanded the Cellwize elastic-SON™ solution to ensure improved user experience.

Singapore and Israel – [September 9, 2014] – Cellwize, the innovative Self-Organizing Network (SON) solutions provider, today announced that it has expanded its existing agreement with Cellcom Israel to deploy, through a dedicated innovation center, the unique capabilities of its elastic-SON™ functions. Keep Reading →

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Singapore– September 3, 2014Cellwize, the innovative Self-Organizing Network (SON) solutions provider, announced today that it will be presenting and speaking at this year’s LTE Asia event in Singapore. The event will be held on September 23-25 at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. Keep Reading →

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The HetNet Bible (Small Cells, Carrier WiFi, DAS & C-RAN): 2014 – 2020 – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies, & Forecasts

Release Date: September 2014 | Number of Pages: 551 | Number of Tables and Figures: 270

Synopsis: Driven by in-building wireless coverage requirements and the growing influx of mobile broadband data traffic, a traditional macrocell based cellular network deployment is not deemed to be a sufficient solution to address the coverage and capacity needs of today’s wireless subscribers. Access full report here. Keep Reading →

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Mformation, August 2014

The Internet of Things and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) market is in a period of exponential growth. With its limitless possibilities, every vertical industry has plans to incorporate M2M in some way in the very near future. Cumulatively, this will equate to nearly $196 billion in revenue by the end of 2020, a 21% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) over the next six years. Keep Reading →

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Not yet if ever, analyst and CSPs reply

23 July, 2014 at 11:23 AM | Posted by: Jeremy Cowan

Mobile operators could face a 30% failure rate for M2M and Internet of Things (IoT) sessions. So says one provider of self-organising networks (SON) solutions for wireless operators, Cellwize. Amid forecasts of up to 26 billion IoT devices by 20201, the solution vendor believes it has identified the potential pitfalls and the opportunities for mobile network operators. But when and why is this going to be an issue? Jeremy Cowan investigates. Keep Reading →

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