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Why towercos are getting active with neutral host

With the rapid growth of mobile operator networks and the emergence of network sharing as a cost-effective expansion strategy, the independent macro tower market has boomed. Owner-operator tower companies worldwide today manage substantial portfolios of passive “steel and grass” infrastructure assets ripe for monetisation. Now, as small-cell deployments begin to gather pace – and with site acquisition still one of the biggest challenges – tower companies are beginning to capitalize by supplying the active infrastructure to support next-generation service delivery.

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Square Mile to get world-class wireless network

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Residents, employees and visitors to the City of London will be able to use a new world-class wireless network this year as proposals to expand free Wi-Fi and improve mobile coverage across the Square Mile have been given the green light.

A new network will replace the current free Wi-Fi service provided by the Cloud. State of the art equipment will provide gigabit speeds and see users able to enjoy high bandwidth services like video on demand over free City Wi-Fi for the first time. The service will surpass that found in the world’s other major international financial centre – New York.

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New case study: Rapid small cell deployment in the urban jungle

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Urban small cells deployed at street level are the next logical step to meet growing data traffic demand in city centres. Practical solutions need to be quick and easy to install, adapt seamlessly with tactical evolution and be resilient during outages. SoftBank installed CCS Metnet self-organising microwave backhaul in the challenging metropolis of Tokyo, delivering valuable insight into the behaviour of 5G microwave.

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Making the urban small cell happen

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The long-awaited rollout of urban small cells is finally starting to happen. We share some of CCS' deployment lessons to date in our paper "Making the urban small cell happen".

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CCS signs global agreement with Ericsson

CCS has signed a global value-added reseller (VAR) agreement with Ericsson. The agreement will give Ericsson customers access to CCS’ Metnet, the world’s first self-organising small cell microwave backhaul system, and helps CCS reach new markets across the globe.

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CCS unveils Metnet self-organising backhaul with integrated small cell

CCS has adapted its Metnet self-organising backhaul solution to host a small cell within a single, compact design. Designed to speed up deployment, the integrated unit will help mobile operators with the process of site acquisition. It will be shown for the first time at the CCS stand (7B67) at MWC 2016.

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Opinion piece: A tale of two (smart) cities

Realising the full potential of smart cities is currently hampered by a disconnect between the visionaries and practical deployment issues for small cells down on the street. Read Steve Greave's article in M2M Now on the current issues holding things back.

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Does backhaul hold the key to customer experience?

Managing customer experience is a complex task, with an ever-increasing number of variables to consider. But perhaps the most frustrating things for users these days is when you can’t do the very things that mobile operators are selling the latest and greatest handsets for – access the internet, download files and make video calls – when you’re on the move in busy urban areas that in theory at least, should offer the best mobile coverage and fastest speeds.

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CCS marks five years

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Five years ago, CEO Steve Greaves and CTO John Porter founded CCS. To mark the occasion, we’ve pulled out a few photos from the archives of the team celebrating some key milestones in the early days of the system’s development.

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Alternative ways to synchronise small cells

Urban small cells, especially LTE ones, need tight timing synchronisation to ensure they work well together with the macrocell layer. GPS is a popular method but may not be entirely reliable in urban canyons. ThinkSmallCell look at alternative ways around the problem with insights from CCS.

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CCS unveils new logo

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CCS is proud to unveil a new logo that represents the unique attributes of our pioneering small cell backhaul system.

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CCS wins Cambridge News Top Innovations 2014 award

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CCS is proud to announce that we won a Cambridge News Top Innovations 2014 award for our pioneering self-organising small cell microwave backhaul system. The awards honour the five most innovative inventions that have gone public over the last year from Cambridge companies across a wide variety of sectors, including the technical, medical and digital fields.

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Deploying small cell backhaul in Beijing

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Wangfujing Street is one of the most famous and busiest shopping streets in downtown Beijing. This largely pedestrianised area attracts an estimated 600,000 visitors on a daily basis. And most of them are using their smartphones. It’s no surprise then that this became one of the first locations for metro cell deployment in China.

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CCS wins Small Cell Forum Industry Award

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CCS (Cambridge Communication Systems Limited), creator of the world’s first self-organising small cell microwave backhaul system for mobile networks, has won the Small Cell Backhaul Design and Technology Innovation category at the Small Cell Forum Industry Awards.

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CCS secures £1.3 million of investment in seed round

Cambridge Communication Systems Limited (CCS) today announced that it has raised over £1 million of investment to fund early stage deployments of its unique small-cell microwave backhaul system. The funding round was led by Cambridge Angels Founder Robert Sansom, who will become Chairman of CCS, and is backed by Cambridge Wireless Chairman David Cleevely as well as Imperial Innovations, Cambridge Angels and Cambridge Capital Group.

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