New O2 WiFi Network for Coca-Cola London Eye
Metnet 28GHz self-organising microwave backhaul enables Coca-Cola London Eye’s customers to access high-speed internet and new interactive applications. CCS Metnet, working with O2 WiFi, is delivering the platform on behalf of Merlin Entertainments – the largest European entertainments company operating in Europe.
Pole position for M1 mobile data customers at 2016 Singapore Grand Prix
High-traffic hotspots don’t have more peak demand than the Singapore Grand Prix. Operator M1 Limited chose CCS’ Metnet to deliver network performance excellence at this exciting Formula 1 night race
Singapore operator M1 Limited provides mobile and fixed services to over 2 million customers.
SoftBank Japan - rapid small cell deployment in the urban jungle
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.
Making the urban small cell happen
The long-awaited rollout of urban small cells is finally starting to happen. But the deployment challenges mean that a flexible approach to backhaul is essential. We share some of our experiences with Metnet – a self-organising, multipoint-to-multipoint microwave solution – and the need to work around an environment and sites that are often not ideal.
Enhancing small cell performance with synchronised backhaul
Timing synchronisation is fundamental to wireless network performance. Every individual radio transmitter throughout the network, effectively every cell, needs to be tightly aligned with its neighbours.