Small cells are low-powered radio access nodes used in densely populated urban areas to increase range and capacity for the next evolution of cellular standards. The advantages of a small cell system include improved coverage, very small footprint, lower cost and higher flexibility than macrocells or distributed antenna systems.
Corning SpiderCloud has built the world’s first scalable small cell system that works. One system, comprised of one services node, can manage 100 dual-carrier radio nodes, providing reliable coverage and capacity for sites up to 1.5 million square feet. Our small cell system architecture enables mobile operators to deliver reliable mobile services to enterprises and venues. The small cell system allows operators to deliver revenue services beyond basic coverage and capacity.
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