Disruptive new market entrants like Opencell are proving the market for multi-operator indoor cellular

Mobile industry veteran Graham Payne explains why indoor mobile service solutions should be sold to enterprises, not to MNOs

Read this article to learn:

  • Why there is a gap in the market for the provision of indoor mobile service to enterprises and larger residential buildings
  • What is the addressable market for indoor neutral hosts?
  • What are the underlying technologies and operational processes that enable Opencell’s service?
  • How is Opencell financed and do they have international ambitions?

Every time a new building goes up, or an old building is refurbished, it’s an opportunity to enhance mobile signals indoors. It’s becoming more and more difficult to provide coverage into energy efficient, modern buildings from outdoor cell sites, yet the huge and growing market for in building solutions (IBS) remains under-served by MNOs and…

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