This is the first blog post by TTS Wireless in a series on 5G technology researched from 5G specifications from 3GPP organization.
Providing an IoT incubator to modules could reduce concept to working prototype by over two months over current methods for effectively using wireless networks. Ask TTS-Wireless what we can do for your IoT needs. From remote control and module checkout, to protocols, to field mobility testing and data synchronization with analytics; we have your IoT development needs covered.
TTS-Wireless specializes in Planning, Design, Optimization of 5G Small cells through software, services and full turnkey engineering solutions. Our IMNOS platform provides a comprehensive tool to identify the high user density locations, congesting sites as well as the major KPI’s in a simple and intuitive geospatial interface making planning for small cells a methodical process. TechInsights provides process flow, tracking, reporting, and streamlined field to office delivery of the build out process providing consistency and transparency to the process.
IMNOS provides a great deal of features and capabilities in planning for 5G and mmWave network expansion.
TTS-Wireless is working with tier 1 operators for Planning and Design of mmWave networks.
With Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) focused on future technology roll-outs in the form of 5G speeds and support of Mass IoT, often the use case and application development is overlooked. One of the greatest issue for MNOs to overcome is educating the developer community on how to use these new networks to minimize the amount of impact to their network capacity. Including moving off older networks (2G/3G) and only utilize the full capacity of 4G/5G networks when the use case dictates it.
Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) are slated to begin massive 5G upgrades in parallel to existing LTE expansions. These capital expenditures tend to leave large impacts on the existing customer base through network outages, degraded performance, and physical mis-configuration from the work done at each node location. Many times the issue not found and addressed for 72+ hours.
The race for 5G network roll-outs is on with mobile network operators (MNOs) furiously expanding and upgrading their networks capabilities. RF Site Design services are critical to the process for cost effective, efficient design strategy implementation. These services may be addressed through staff expansion or turnkey milestone delivery. Milestone design services offers a cost controlled, scalable model for MNOs to deliver network design, integration, and site acceptance.
The advent of low cost operators and MVNOs in the past few years has put enormous pressure on Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) to reassess their conventional capital expenditure strategies to provide enhanced network quality and retain constantly eroding margins for the best possible ROI. MNOs have reacted to this trend by adjusting their offer mix to maintain average revenue per user (ARPU) levels and their marketing efforts to optimize their cost basis. It has become all the more important now for MNOs to consider the cost optimization opportunities relating to daily “build and run” activities.
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.
Software Defined Radios (SDRs) allow operators and service providers to provide alternative equipment testing methods to the traditional heavy scanners and tests currently conducted in the field. SDRs open an opportunity to low-cost options of not just scanning predefined networks, but quickly finding competitor networks, bandwidths, and use configurations with open source stacks and crowd funded hardware.
The recent announcement by Uber to release anonymized data for over 2 billion trips to improve urban planning through the Uber Movement site could also improve what Uber relies on the most, wireless networks. The greatest challenge to mobile wireless network is simply mobility.
With the mass adoption of social media, the consumer has found a new outlet of frustration beyond the call to customer service. Not only can they voice their complaints to any follower who notices, they may also voice their praise.