Ranplan Wireless, developer of the world’s first combined 5G NR indoor and outdoor planning, optimisation, management and visualisation platform, is the proud recipient of the prestigious SCF Small Cell Awards 2020, representing outstanding achievement and contribution in the field of automated cloud-based network planning and optimisation.
“Automation of small cell networks is critical to the business case and Ranplan’s offering stood out for its versatility and the flexibility of its cloud-based platform,” said Caroline Gabriel, Chair of the SCF Small Cell Awards judging panel, and director of Rethink Research.
“We are extremely delighted to receive this award as it celebrates the achievements of our R&D and engineering team. The award also recognises the growing value for a comprehensive and open-ended solution powered by artificial intelligence to enable networks to self-regulate and so dynamically respond to on-demand consumer needs in the 5G era,” said Dr Hui Song, CTO of Ranplan Group AB.
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Ranplan Wireless is an innovative wireless technology company that developed the first solution to plan, design and optimise in-building and outdoor wireless networks in coordination. Our solutions enable us to help an ecosystem of companies deploy the next generation of wireless networks for a range of applications in urban environments, supporting multiple technologies such as 4G LTE, 5G, Wi-Fi and IoT, providing end users with an unmatched quality of experience.
Ranplan Wireless is a subsidiary of Ranplan Group AB (Nasdaq First North: RPLAN) whose head office is in Stockholm, Sweden. The group operates out of offices in the UK, US and China.
SCF is driving network densification worldwide and encouraging the delivery of fully integrated HetNets.
We are a carrier-led organization. This means our operator members establish requirements that drive the activities and outputs of our technical groups.
We have driven the standardization of key elements of small cell technology including Iuh, FAPI, nFAPI, SON & services APIs, TR-196 evolution and the enhancement of the X2 interface.
Today our members are driving solutions that include small cell/Wi-Fi integration, SON evolution and automation, virtualization of the small cell layer, driving mass adoption via multi-operator neutral host, ensuring a common approach to service APIs to drive commercialization and the integration of small cells into 5G standards evolution.