Monday, June 17, 2013

Cisco Integrates Acquired SON and Small Cell Technologies

Cisco announced it has "..opened an innovation center in Israel to develop and deploy a radio network topology for handling the surge in demand for mobile Internet services. Cisco is collaborating with Pelephone Communications Ltd., an Israeli telecom service provider, to test on its live production network the world's first self-optimizing heterogeneous configuration that combines small-cell, Wi-Fi and macro technologies.

Intucell CEO, Rani Wellingstein
The Cisco® self-optimizing network (SON) software [see "Cisco to Acquire SON Vendor Intucell; $475M" - here] , which automatically manages the solution, is a component of the recently announced Cisco Quantum™ software suite, an integrated suite of network management tools that give service providers such as Pelephone greater capability to efficiently monetize and optimize their networks as well as to deliver a superior experience ..  Cisco has built the market's most comprehensive small-cell solution, encompassing its existing mobile core and Wi-Fi offering and bolstered by the recent acquisitions of Ubiquisys [see "Ubiquisys Partners with Saguna - Adding Cache to Small-Smart-Cells" - here], the market leader in small-cell software, and Intucell, the market leader in SON technology",

See also "[Cisco Acquired] Intucell CEO Speaks about SON Opportunity" - here.

See "Cisco Opens Innovation Center in Collaboration with Pelephone to Boost Mobile Internet Capacity" - here.

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