Are you able to easily manage your multi-vendor SIP network and quickly monetize new services?
Over the past decade, a majority of the Service Providers have migrated away from TDM towards SIP based networks – starting at the core and moving towards the edge. This SIP migration has, no doubt brought in efficiencies in operating multiple services over the same underlying IP network and thereby reducing cost. Now, we are at the cusp of the next phase where network operators are figuring out the best way to optimally use the investments made on SIP.
Many of the networks today host equipment like SBCs, Gateways, Softswitches, Feature Servers, PBXs from a variety of vendors. This makes life very difficult for the operations team to juggle with a host of heterogeneous systems and make them work seamlessly to offer a service.
During this second phase of SIP migration, Service Providers would need a centralized, vendor agnostic solution to achieve:
– Easier Management of the Network
– Better Utilization of Existing Investments
– Quicker Monetization of New Services
Ram Ramanathan, Director – Product Line Management, Sonus Networks
Densified networks are necessary to support increasing traffic loads with the current spectrum allowances. The webinar will assess multiple densification strategies: indoor vs. outdoor; public spaces vs. enterprise; small cells vs. DAS; contribution of carrier Wi-Fi of LTE unlicensed and LWA; neutral-host and infrastructure-sharing deployments; and business models supporting densification.
Monica Paolini, President and Founder, Senza Fili Consulting
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Sponsored by Spidercloud, Interdigital, Kathrein, Solid, Samsung, Ascom, CommScope, Anritsu, Rohde & Schwarz
Manual testing of the passive RF components of an In-Building wireless (DAS) antenna system can be a lengthy and expensive process, particularly if retesting becomes necessary. The manual testing process used for tower work does not scale well for the much more complex DAS installations.
Automation of the field RF testing process can dramatically reduce common testing errors, cut testing time up to 90%, virtually eliminate mislabeled traces, and greatly reduce rework and the resulting engineering involvement. In addition to eliminating common causes of testing errors, cloud based automated testing tools can provide immediate visibility of results, work tracking, and simplified reporting.
Who should attend:
System Architects, RF Engineers, Lead Technicians, and Installation Technicians working on in-building or outdoor distributed antenna systems.
Tom Elliott, Senior Product Manager, Anrtisu
Successful organizations today are leveraging technology for strategic advantage to improve business outcomes. New opportunities are being created through digitization and the establishment of smart buildings which are not only intelligent but fully connected. Enterprises find themselves connecting more devices, people, and processes. In-building wireless, as a result, has become the fourth utility – crucial to not only the everyday operation of the business but also tied to driving business objectives.
Corning will present this webinar to explore how this digital frontier is becoming the meeting ground for carrier and enterprise investments. Given the equitable value that communications infrastructure provides for connectivity, the increasing movement in collaboration comes as no surprise. Case studies of recent successful deployments in commercial real estate, healthcare, and the hospitality industry will be discussed. Attendees will gain knowledge in how an in-building wireless architectural design can be leveraged to add strategic value to further business outcomes.
Jill Rabach, Strategic Sales, Corning
Troy Suddith, Director, Engineering & Services, Corning
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