Growth presents many opportunities for operators, where the challenge is to maintain excellent user experience – a task that is becoming highly complex, time-consuming and, ultimately, costly. The techniques and features of self-organizing networks deployed in nodes and management systems can address this complexity, freeing up operators to focus on their business objectives.
Deriving the maximum benefit from the functionality of self-organizing networks (SON) involves more than just installing a couple of automation and self-organizing features in various parts of the network. The true benefits of self-organizing networks (SON) will only be fully realized when all network components are organized into a complete system ensuring vertical interworking for all radio-access technologies – a concept referred to as smart simplicity.
Self-organizing networks (SON) functionality is an essential enabler of affordable, desirable mobile-broadband services owing to its support of leaner service and network management, and of optimized coverage, capacity and high-quality rollouts through heterogeneous network deployments.
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