Are small cells ready for private LTE primetime in the lead-up to 5G?

    Venue: Magdalene College, Magdalene St, Cambridge CB3 0AG
    Cost: This is a free event.

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Starts 2 Apr 10:30

Ends 2 Apr 17:30

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A Cambridge Wireless (CW) event

Brought to you by The Small Cell Group

At this event you will better understand the impact small cells will have on key enterprise markets, and the very specific performance, capacity and feature requirements of each of these industries. (Please scroll down for event discount code)

The limited progress towards excellent in-building cellular coverage is well-attested, and in many enterprise and industrial sectors, this is not just frustrating, but has a tangible impact on productivity and agility. In a wide range of industries, from transport to logistics to healthcare, there is pent-up demand for highly reliable, highly secure cellular connectivity, which often needs linking with localised applications and data.

That demand is only growing even more with the advent of IoT applications and edge computing. This is a huge opportunity for small cells, even before 5G, but these sectors cannot all be served by one generic network. Each has its own particular requirements, which need to be well understood by suppliers and partners, so that the deployment can be carefully aligned to business and performance objectives.

Excellent mobile connectivity indoors and out is the baseline requirement – each sector has its own additional needs, which will help to make the business case add up. For some, low latency may be important, for others, massive device density or enhanced security. All of these can be delivered optimally by small cells, but the design of the network, and the business model to deploy it – e.g. neutral host or private network – must be tailored to the enterprise, if users and suppliers are both to achieve the best ROI.

This event focuses on the real-world issues needed for the success of small cells in the emerging private LTE market.

Speakers include

  • Tadhg Kenny - Druid Software Ltd
  • David Rose - Senior Vice President Marketing, Veea Systems Ltd
  • Peter Stoker - Chief Engineer (Connected and Autonomous Cars), AutoAir

Non CW members can access this event free of charge by using the discount code CWSC020419 at checkout.