Only Summit On Small Cells Networks
Delegates From Small Cells Ecosystems
Senior Level Speakers
One 2 One Meetings
President & CTO
Small Cells Marketing Director
Head E2E Sales Solutions
Network Planning, RCOM
Sales Development Manager, APAC
In India - The rate of adoption of smartphones and other mobile devices is increasingly significantly and this is driving the consumption of mobile data and traffic congestion across all the wireless networks. This data growth is forcing network operators to continually expand their mobile networks to fill the need of its end customers. Operators in India are now looking Small cells as an ideal technology to increase the bandwidth of its networks. Small Cells will be one of the most feasible solutions to handle the densification of networks and cope with mobile bandwidth problems. Mobile network operators can increase wireless network access speeds and improve coverage through the strategic deployment of small cells.
In order to maintain our leadership in ICT sector - We wish to inform you that we are organizing Small Cells Networks Summit 2016, an International conference & exhibition, schedule to be held on 22nd July 2016 at Courtyard Marriott at Mumbai. This summit will focus on the current scenario of Small cell deployment in India and future direction of its adoption in Indian Telecom industry. We request you all to join us at this event to understand & discuss the key aspects of small cells technology.
By 2020 there will be 50 billion connected devices across the world. Mobile traffic will grow globally with a CAGR of 84% over next 7 years, and will overtake fixed data traffic in 2019. It is financially prohibitive to build enough macro cells to service all the demand; small cells are a cost-effective solution to plug the gap between data demand and capacity. The business case for a high QoE -Quality of Experience network that is “always-on, and available anywhere, any time” is driving the network evolution towards HetNet (Heterogeneous Network) – an integrated network consisting of macrocells, small cells and WiFi AP (Access Points). HetNet architecture allows for capacity expansion to be based on actual, instead of forecast, values of demand in data traffic.
Small cells Networks Summit 2016 will bring together complete ecosystem together under one platform to discuss about deploying Small Cells Networks and business strategies to cost-effectively optimization in Indian Telecom industry.
Small Cells Networks Summit 2016 will focus on: