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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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

Telecomasia.net | Yaacov Cohen, Director Product Management, September 04, 2014

Wireless operators bring it up in almost all operator-vendor dialogues: “Does your SON work in a closed-loop fashion?”. Closed-loop SON is one of the main promises of automated centralized SON (C-SON) solutions and is sometimes a mandatory requirement from operators, making it essential in any solid SON offering. Keep Reading →

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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 →

Cellwize whitepaper highlights IoT and M2M opportunities and challenges for mobile operators

Singapore – June 24, 2014 – Mobile operators could face a failure rate upwards of 30% for Machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) sessions according to Cellwize, an innovative Self Organizing Networks (SON) solutions provider for wireless operators. With IoT devices set to reach 26 billion units by 2020, Cellwize has identified the potential pitfalls and the opportunities for mobile network operators in a new whitepaper available to download: https://cellwize.com/publications/

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This post is by Daniel Dribinski, Co-Founder and CTO, Cellwize
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Amsterdam, June 23, 2014

LTE growth continues apace. Currently, there are over 300 LTE networks with around 250m subscribers globally. And it keeps increasing. As part of their deployment strategy, many mobile operators have adopted an LTE overlay approach. This involves deploying LTE on top of existing 2G and 3G networks. Overlay is regarded as the one of the fastest and arguably, the most cost effective approach to roll out LTE. There is no need to decommission an old network and replace it with a new network, with an overlay there’s only one network to operate, manage and monitor.

 

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Singapore– June 9, 2014 – Cellwize, the innovative Self-Organizing Network (SON) solutions provider, today announced today that it is the Bronze sponsor of Avren Small Cells World Summit, June 10-12 at London Excel.
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Singapore– June 3, 2014 – Cellwize, the innovative Self-Organizing Network (SON) solutions provider, today announced that it is the first to offer a Network Functions Virtualized (NFV)-ready SON solution, that’s multi-technology and fully multi-vendor compliant. Mobile operators will now benefit from a powerful Centralized SON (C-SON) solution that self-optimizes 2G, 3G and 4G/LTE and supports the virtualization of network functions to drive network efficiency.
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Written  by David Chambers

SON (Self Organising Networks) is a very active industry topic at the moment. It’s seen as an essential enabler for HetNets, where the complexity of co-ordinating between multi-layer, multi-vendor, multi-technology radio networks needs sophisticated automated configuration to work effectively.
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Can SON Be Utilized in Coordinating Operational Cross-Department Procedures?

Business procedures become simple, efficient and cost effective with automated SON

By: Yaacov Cohen, Director of Product Marketing, Cellwize

The SON deployment business case is well established today, proving its promise around the immediate benefits in operational and capital expenditure. This has already been approved by CSP and wireless operators worldwide. Nowadays, SON solutions evolve around automatic, closed loop optimization techniques, supporting a wide range of engineering use cases as well as business scenarios.

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