Explosive mobile traffic growth, largely driven by the proliferation of LTE mobile devices, new broadband technologies and Internet video content, have caused a tremendous increase in network messaging volume that can overwhelm critical LTE network elements and degrade services for a large number of subscribers.
There are ways that mobile service providers can approach the diameter signaling issue. Until now, one approach has been to increase the processing performance of network elements such as MME, and PCRF. Unfortunately, this strategy is expensive and provides only a short-term solution. Not all service providers have the financial strength to simply throw money at the problem, nor does that guarantee a sustainable solution. A better solution can be found with the deployment of Diameter Signaling Controllers (DSC). The DSC can be an indispensable component of the LTE network by providing network and services protection, improved performance, and traffic management.
Join us on this webinar to gain critical insight and understanding of the essential DSC capabilities and how DSCs are moving beyond the basics to deliver:
- Advanced security
- Interworking with legacy signaling systems
- SBC Integration for VoLTE
As mobile operators focus on the need for network densification, the companies that supply and service the carriers are exploring the business models and technologies that can enable successful DAS and small cell deployments. The DAS model is proven in large venues, but the business model seems to work best for larger players. This webinar will explore the experience of both large and small vendors in the DAS and small cell space, and will touch on emerging small cell technologies including SON and wireless backhaul.
What you will learn:
• How do wireless infrastructure professionals manage the exploding number of sites and projects that can come with network densification through DAS and small cells?
• What is the outlook for indoor DAS over the next 12-18 months, now that many of the top tier public venues already have DAS?
• Which carriers and tower companies are committed to outdoor DAS?
• What are the pros and cons of the neutral host model for DAS systems?
• How are indoor small cell deployments with Ethernet for backhaul helping operators densify their networks?
• What is the outlook now for outdoor small cells?
• When might we see a multi-carrier small cell solution?
Who Should Attend:
Network operations professionals and wireless infrastructure industry professionals, including site acquisition specialists, project managers, business development specialists, network architects, and human resources specialists who serve the wireless industry. Corporate CTOs and IT managers will also find valuable information here about in-building deployments.
Small Cells, ranging from Femtocells in domestic applications, through Pico, Metro and Micro Cells in enterprise, and urban applications are revolutionizing the coverage, capacity and availability of wireless data services. The apparently insatiable demand for more and faster data is driving increasingly rapid deployment of these small cells in diverse locations. If Quality of Service (QoS) is to be maintained, each of these cells must be provided with high quality uninterruptible power.
This webinar will outline a diverse toolbox of power solutions currently available for these and other applications, including local ac and dc UPSs and some innovative remote powering options that provide significant installation cost savings.
Presenter: Paul Smith, Technical Marketing Manager, GE Critical Power
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