The Small Cell Forum has added nine new members as it looks to pave the way for the technology to underpin 5G networks.
Mobile network operators (MNOs) are under threat in the enterprise market from new entrants aggressively rolling out small cells using unlicensed and shared spectrum, a new report has warned.
O2 is using fibre-connected small cells to bolster its LTE-A network in the UK city of Aberdeen.
Huawei has commercially launched a solution to help service providers monetise their indoor small cell deployments across the likes of stadiums, campuses, transportation hubs and residential areas.
The Small Cell Forum is to tackle smart cities and smart buildings in a new partnership with the US-based Telecommunications Industry Association.
Nokia has refreshed its portfolio of 5G-ready products by launching new radio solutions, small cells and SDN.
Ericsson has launched three new small cell products as it looks to expand the market and prepare networks for increased connections via the Internet of Things and 5G.
Arqiva has gained access to 15,000 more sites in London as it seeks to roll out the UK’s first 5G fixed wireless access network.
Optical fibre and handset screen provider Corning has signed a deal to take over small cell company SpiderCloud Wireless for an undisclosed sum.
Vodafone has started trialling a new open-access small cell that backhauls over LTE in Spain and Turkey after gaining inspiration from an Italian popstar and traffic jams.
EE’s forthcoming drone fleet could be used for tasks as diverse as transporting network infrastructure to increasing coverage, according to the operator’s ‘Droneman’.
EE has used millimetre wave backhaul to connect one of its air-masts, which the mobile operator hopes to use to connect areas in emergency situations.
Increasing certainty around what 5G will look like has made 2017 a turning point for small cell investment, according to BT’s Director of Converged Networks, Research and Innovation.
The Small Cell Forum is aiming to tackle hyperdense network architecture, shared spectrum and the Internet of Things with its latest release guide for operators deploying the technology.
The Small Cell Forum is to explore how antenna technology will fit within 5G networks, after plasma silicon technology firm Plasma Antennas joined the organisation.
O2 is spending £80 million to install 1,400 small cells in London by the end of this year, as it looks to improve coverage in the UK's capital.
SpiderCloud has released two new enterprise small cell products, focusing on LTE-U and simplified deployment.
The Small Cell Forum (SCF) has launched a new advisory council comprising hoteliers and real estate companies as it looks to embed the technology at the centre of enterprises.
Telefónica Spain is tapping into small cells to improve in-building quality of service and coverage for residential customers.
O2 and its joint venture with Vodafone, Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Ltd (CTIL), are rolling out a new wireless network featuring Wi-Fi and small cells in the City of London.
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