Small Cell Deployments : Lesson Learned Part 2

Presented by

Gary Smith, Sr. Project Manager, Fujitsu

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Small cells improve a network’s coverage, capacity and quality of service at relatively low cost compared to macro cells. Wireless operators have historically used them to fill in coverage holes and supply extra capacity to high use areas. Recently, operators have started using small cells for large-scale network densification in their efforts to meet ever increasing mobile broadband demands and get ready for 5G. However, ramping deployments from 100’s to 1000’s of small cells can be tricky. There are many moving parts with lots of room for errors and delays that can break the business case. In this webinar, part 2 of a two part series, Gary Smith, one of Fujitsu’s most seasoned project manager, shares the top lessons we have learned in deploying small cells. Geared to those in wireless working in network planning, procurement, operations, construction and engineering, this webinar will provide you with valuable tips to make your small cell deployment successful. For other lessons learned, watch Small Cell Deployment: Lessons Learned Part 1 on-demand.

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