On the road to 5G, existing tools can optimize connectivity in diverse environments. Join Ericsson and IHS for a live Webinar on May 19, 2015 to see how small cells can help operators meet rapidly rising network demands.
The indoor influence

Presenters Stian Kildal, Head of Wi-Fi and Small Cells at Ericsson and Richard Webb, Research Director, Mobile Backhaul and Small Cells, Infonetics Research / IHS, will compare and contrast network density solutions in terms of performance, cost, and operations.

From outdoor macro networks and small cells, to indoor distributed small cell networks, there is tool box of solutions that can provide the needed connectivity to the user.

For more information and registration, please visit the event page (recording will be available for 90 days after).

Between 2010 and 2020 – the year when commercial 5G networks are anticipated – total monthly mobile data traffic is projected to grow 80 times.

Mobile networks must be able to address this growth to satisfy smartphone and other mobile device users, who increasingly judge the performance of the mobile network by how well their apps work, whenever and wherever they want to use them.

Small cells can be integrated into an existing mobile network to deliver a better user experience while enabling operators to address new enterprise and IoT opportunities on the road to 5G. In an increasingly competitive mobile environment, technology leadership is essential for mobile operators, and integrated small cells are a key focus for innovation.

Ericsson has taken a leadership position in small cells innovation with the popular Ericsson Radio Dot System, the RBS 6402 Indoor Picocell, and the new Ericsson Radio System featuring the smallest, most powerful outdoor microcell on the market.

Ericsson’s Small Cell solutions will also be featured at the upcoming Small Cells World Summit in London, June 9-11, 2015. Get more information