SON Future Beyond 4G Discussed in Updated Mind Commerce Publishing Report Available at MarketPublishers.com02 May 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – LTE-based fourth generation (4G) of cellular communications promises greater supply of bandwidth, resulting in a much more complex network, which will facilitate a need for improved operations and OSS. The so called self organizing network (SON), a key driver for improving OSS for 4G systems, has been introduced as part of the 3GPP LTE network framework. SON is expected to be deployed in due course and ultimately have a dramatically positive effect on network operations and OSS. However, the true benefits of SON will only be fully realized when all network components are organized into a complete system ensuring vertical interworking for all radio-access technologies – a concept referred to as smart simplicity.
Updated market research report “Self Organizing Networks (SON): Challenges and Market Opportunities for LTE and Beyond, Second Edition” drawn up by Mind Commerce Publishing provides an assessment of SON capabilities, vendors, and solutions, as well as analyzes the function of SON relative to LTE and evaluates the benefits of deployment and operation. Furthermore, the discussion of the future of SON beyond 4G, as well as a forecast for overall OSS/BSS revenue from 2011 through 2016 is also addressed in the study.
Self Organizing Networks (SON): Challenges and Market Opportunities for LTE and Beyond, Second Edition
Published: April, 2012
Price: US$ 2.995,00
More updated and new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Mind Commerce Publishing page.