posted on October 04, 2016 16:52
Densification is more than small cells. Or DAS. Or Wi-Fi. The demand to carry more traffic, to more device types, with more reliability and lower latency creates the need for networks that not only have a higher density of RAN access points, but that are fundamentally different. The atomic, discrete networks we have today are morphing into pervasive networks, that are distributed and moving closer to devices and subscribers.
In this report we look at what enables operators to move from ad-hoc to massive densification, and how that changes wireless networks.