Capacity

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Mapping Social Media

February 4, 2017

The visualization of social media data provides insights into a highly mobile segment of the population. Knowing where people typically post and that the typical geotagged posts with GPS are from mobile devices provides insight into where MNOs need to have the best network to serve them.

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How Much Throughput is Enough?

October 6, 2015

With all the talk of 3G/4G/5G wireless networks and the speeds they provide, the question really comes down to how much speed is enough? With mobile network operators (MNOs) data caps limiting overall data utilized, faster speeds really just mean reaching the limit faster

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Hi-Cap Venue

August 21, 2015

For a single event like Super Bowl, a stadium may have over a terabyte of data passing through the serving cells. Building and optimization of a DAS is a challenging process which requires equipment validation, DAS configuration adjustments, surrounding network interference mitigation, RAN network parameter optimization, and neighbour and Layer management optimization to support heavily loaded conditions.

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WiFi Calling Key to Network Cost Savings

November 24, 2014

With greater than 70% of wireless network traffic being indoors, the potential of WiFi calling addresses the two main issues facing today’s wireless networks.

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Coverage and Influencing the Customer Experience

November 21, 2013

Engineering discussions tend to focus on how to improve the KPIs in the sense of network quality, reduce drops, improve accessibility, etc. Fixing coverage holes is always noted, but this tends to be fixing coverage the “right” way, which is typically the long term capital improvement. Long term network fixes come through large scale site build, low-band spectrum acquisition, improved hardware deployment, or alternative network types which is typically large capital expenditures

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