2016 – The year for small cells to finally ramp up

Insights on where and why growth is to be expected this coming year and how some of small cells’ limitations are now being addressed

Read this article to learn:

  • Timelines for projected growth of the small cells and DAS market and where the biggest uses will be
  • Where the biggest costs and challenges reside in small cells deployment
  • How the European market can learn from more advanced markets in the US and Asia
  • To what extent small cells match up to macro cell technologies from a feature parity perspective
  • What commercial opportunities will be opened up by the small cells market

The maturity of small cells has increased significantly over the past two years, with significant advances and cost savings being made in not only the technology but in installation and network management. 2015 saw the first significant shipments of small cells being made leading observers to believe that 2016 will be the year when small…

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