Join Parallel Wireless as we unveil our OpenRAN Solutions Webinar Series. In Part 1, we’ll provide an overview of the demos we would have revealed at Mobile World Congress 2020. We’ll share a quick snapshot of each demo topic as an intro to our 7-part webinar series. Register today and stay tuned for details on the rest of the webinar series.
Due to exponential increases in mobile data demands in recent years and deployment of 5G networks in the near future, network densification is considered as a key mechanism in the evolution of cellular network deployments. In the ultra-dense heterogeneous networks for5G, the base stations are brought closer and closer to the users through dense deployments. However, the performance and capacity of the network does not increase monotonously with increasing number of base stations due to inter cell interference and backhaul/fronthaul limitation. In this webinar we address the challenges and solutions to tackle densification problems. The main sections of the webinar are as follow:
•Multi-tier Heterogeneous Networks and 5G deployments
•Interference challenges and management for dense networks
•Mobility challenges and mobile association
While traditional mobile networks have been built relying on a “monolithic” hardware designed and manufactured by distinct vendor and distinct technology requirements, 5G and future mobile network solution are going to be multi-vendor, multi-technology and multi-layer. This webinar describes the new concepts of network management and orchestration based on the introduction of SDN and NFV into operational networks. Also, considering heterogenous network deployment, provides an outlook for the new paradigm when deploying 5G networks. The main sections are as follow:
•The main enablers for achieving network management and orchestration goals of 5G networks
•Complexity derived from multi-technology and heterogenous network scenarios; including densification and how to address them
•Insight about 5G automated network management and its requirements
This presentation describes the current trends in the overall design of 5G network architecture. Also, we will address how these architectures translate into new 5G RAN architecture requirements. The 5G protocol stack architecture will discussed in detail; in particular differences with 4G, and what are the reasonable function splits in 5G RAN. The main sections are as follow:
•5G Architecture Overview
•Novel Concepts and Architectural Extensions in 5G
•5G RAN Protocol Stacks and NFs
•Vertical and Horizontal splits in 5G RAN
In this webinar, we will look at:
Spectrum for 5G networks
Three types of 5G frequencies: Coverage layer, Capacity layer & High Throughput layer
5G Spectrum from WRC-15
5G Frequency bands and bandwidths
5G: Small cells or Macrocells?
5G New Radio
In this webinar, we will look at:
What is 5G and how and where does it differ with previous Gs
ITU Requirements for 5G networks
5G System and other definitions
NG-RAN, ng-eNB, gNB, en-gNB
Network Architecture Options
Option 2, 3 (EN-DC), 4 (NE-DC), 5, 7 (NGEN-DC)
5G Core (5GC)
At TIP summit, Vodafone and Telefonica expressed the importance of disaggregating hardware and software to make RAN open, easy and cost effective to deploy and maintain. Both operators also highlighted the necessity of software-based network solutions being able to support ALL Gs.
Join our webinar to learn how Parallel Wireless all G telecom software reimagines All G (2G/3G/4G/5G) networks by abstracting and consolidating RAN and core network functions and by fully orchestrating and optimizing the whole network. As a result, global MNOs will benefit from ALL G networks becoming unified, programmable, automated, agile and future proof to deliver an optimal network performance for all use cases: low density/high density, IBS or public safety 4G/LTE.
At AfricaCom 2018, the Parallel Wireless team will demonstrate how their 2G/3G/4G solution enables mobile operators to cost-effectively deploy or expand their networks to enable a clear, cost-effective migration plan to 5G! This solution enables service providers in Africa to instantly provide voice and data services to their end-users, even when network infrastructure is limited. Tune into this not-to-be-missed webinar to hear from the team and learn more about this solution as well as the demonstrations that took place at AfricaCom and the announcements made by Parallel Wireless and their customers!
Public safety is moving from outdated communication systems to 4G LTE to meet the need for data in daily operations and emergency situations. However, public safety cannot move to public safety LTE with current commercial LTE architectures because commercial LTE has coverage gaps in areas that may not be commercially viable.
Parallel Wireless Public Safety LTE communication solution provides a unified resilient LTE network for police, fire, ambulance, and armed forces in tactical operations, emergencies, and day-to-day communication – all at much lower cost. It can even be deployed instantly in ad hoc scenarios as a deployable/man portable solution!
Please join us on June 20 at 9:00am EDT for a not-to-be-missed webinar where we will discuss our public safety LTE solution which has been installed in 25+ global military, police, and fire deployments and has been selected by a public safety LTE network in Europe.
In this webinar, you will learn how Parallel Wireless innovative Public Safety LTE architecture addresses the needs of network control, coverage everywhere, and resilience while allowing graceful and cost-effective migration to LTE.
Parallel Wireless is the only U.S.-based company challenging the world's legacy vendors with the industry's only unified ALL G (5G/4G/3G/2G) software-enabled OpenRAN solution. Its cloud-native network software reimagines network economics for global mobile operators in both coverage and capacity deployments, while also paving the way to 5G. The company is engaged with 50+ leading operators worldwide. Parallel Wireless's innovation and excellence in multi-technology, open virtualized RAN solutions have been recognized with 65+ industry awards. For more information, visit: www.parallelwireless.com.