Category: Small cells


TPG taps Nokia for indoor 5G

Australian operator TPG plans to use Nokia Smart Node femtocells to ensure top-notch 4G and 5G indoor coverage for enterprise customers.

Qualcomm discusses its recent small cell announcements

Irvind Ghai, VP of Product Management at Qualcomm Technologies, talks about the launch of a 5G New Radio small cells solution and the announcement of Qualcomm’s partnership with Facebook on its Terragraph fixed wireless project.

Ericsson Dots down for some 5G noise

If we’re not complaining about poor signal in the middle of a farmers field, it’s the disastrous indoor coverage, but Ericsson is moving to soothe the masses.

The 30 May Recap

A recap of the week’s telecoms news. Nokia came to town to extol the virtues of small cells – augmenting coverage and capacity in the short term but ultimately forming a critical component of 5G infrastructure. Meanwhile Verizon launched a small cell of its own in the form of a wifi router that runs on 4G, apparently not put off by the fact that broadband routers will nearly always do that job far better.

Nokia has big plans for small cells

At a briefing in London Nokia’s small cells team detailed its current small cells activity and stressed it thinks the category is set to boom, at long last.

Small Cell Forum maps out the 5G HetNet

The Small Cell Forum (SCF) has published the first components of Release 7, which is designed to provide the foundations for the 5G HetNet of the future.

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