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Expanding in-building cellular potential
ONECELL® enables mobile network operators to meet the growing demand for reliable LTE service where it matters most—indoors—and easily transition to 5G services when they’re ready. The innovative cloud-RAN small cell architecture creates a single intelligent “super” cell inside commercial buildings and public spaces. No individual cell borders means no handovers or interference, just high-capacity, ultra-low latency performance, deployed over standard Ethernet LANs. Wireless operators can meet the soaring demand for mobile data—now and in the future—while offloading traffic from their macro networks. For enterprises, this translates to robust LTE and 5G deployed on standard IT infrastructure.
The migration from LTE to 5G represents an opportunity for mobile network operators to expand their participation in the value chain by offering enhanced applications and services.
Increasingly, our mobile devices are our first choice for accessing information and getting things done. However, great devices and apps are only as good as the signal reaching them.
ONECELL is a modular, multi-operator, in-building 4G/LTE and 5G wireless solution. The system consists of:
CommScope is committed to serving and expanding the in-building wireless market in partnership with neutral hosts and mobile operators. Our ONECELL C-RAN small cell system and DMS are designed specifically to meet the needs of multi-operator, neutral hosted deployments. Together, we are making the in-building wireless future possible.
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In this short video, learn how to affordably meet today’s demand for indoor LTE and 5G services, while ensuring the performance that emerging applications will require.
This white paper explains the differences between 5G and Wi-Fi 6, and explores how enterprises and building owners are likely to use each of them moving forward.