Tag: network densification

Technology, Wireless

Can 5G mmWave deployments be profitable? Yes! Says Bell Labs Consulting

October 18, 2021

Via: RCR Wireless News

How do you confirm your gut feelings and logical reasoning? Well, you do a detailed techno-economic study and get a definitive answer. That’s exactly what the recently published report regarding mmWave deployments from the consulting arm of the legendry Bells […]


A balanced network densification strategy is key to 5G success

May 18, 2020

Via: RCR Wireless News

For the last three decades, the demand for mobile data has grown exponentially. In fact, an IDC study reports that worldwide mobile data traffic has grown at a remarkable compound annual growth rate of 50% since 2010, driving tremendous capacity […]


Public works, policy is biggest network densification hurdle

May 14, 2020

Via: RCR Wireless News

Network densification is proving to be a key driver for enabling successful 5G networks and in delivering the consistent, reliable and speedy service that carriers have been promising users as they switch over to next-generation networks. Wireless carriers and equipment […]


Why 5G by stealth is the answer to future end-to-end coverage

August 30, 2019

Via: RCR Wireless News

$1.3 trillion will be spent on mobile networks across all technology generations in the next 5 years, and, according to the GSMA, a staggering 75% of this will be 5G investment. Yet despite the considerable CAPEX operators are prepared to […]


2016 Predictions: Network densification, DAS needed to support market

January 11, 2016

Via: RCR Wireless News

Universal cellular coverage is now seen as a utility, with consumers expecting the full range of services to be available wherever they are. This demand has intensified with the popularity of LTE, which now has an excellent outdoor footprint across […]