How people connect in urban areas will become increasingly important as we densify networks for 5G. Easy to install, low-cost and high performing solutions will be at the forefront of this densification, including small cells and Ericsson's Street portfolio.
About Small cells
With the Radio Dot System, Ericsson is redefining the concept of indoor small cells with the industry's most cost-effective and modular high-performance indoor radio system, addressing a wider range of indoor environments with a common solution. The system has a clear operational benefit for the operator, as well as for IT managers, CIO's, building owners and managers who may be responsible for multi-location business and campuses where buildings can greatly vary in size and user traffic.
The innovative Ericsson Radio Dot System features an elegant design, both in the product and the network architecture, enabling a simple deployment that is 100% integrated with the outdoor network. More than 120 operators in over 70 countries around the world have deployed Ericsson Radio Dot System in venues including airports, hotels, hospitals, shopping malls, offices, stadiums and residences.
In the spotlight
Ericsson's indoor small cells are a proven technology for meeting the demand of increased indoor voice and data coverage and capacity. With the predicted growth of 4G and soon to be 5G data applications, is your network performing to its full potential indoors? Step away from the window and jump into a world of uninterrupted connectivity for virtual reality, 4k/8k video streaming and remote control applications.
Ericsson's outdoor micro radio series provides seamless mobility for users moving in and out of the small cell coverage area. These radios have the best in class design, superior radio performance and power efficiency when it comes to medium range 3GPP radio products.
Improve network capacity in urban environments. Today, it's all about speed and access to new network capabilities, especially in dense urban areas.
But often, connectivity can suffer in large urban environments, and it can be difficult to expand the network and bring connectivity to the streets.