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TowerXchange discusses the opportunity for small cells as a service with Ericsson, and we look to the future of managed small cell solutions

Read this article to learn:

  • The commercial viability of offering small cells as-a-service
  • Which venue types work well for small cell deployment and managed services
  • Where the appetite for small cells deployment is coming from currently
  • The different solutions for single and multi-operator, indoor and outdoor
  • How Ericsson see the future of small cells evolving

Patrik is responsible for Ericsson’s Network as a Service offering, which sits within the Managed Services business area. They deliver networks as-a-Service in a model where they own the networks and provide all services, all provided over a long term SLA & KPI based agreement. Examples of this as-a-Service (aaS) model include Connected Venues, in-building…

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