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Gabriel Brown May 21
The expectation from building owners that they would get paid for small cells has been eliminated, says Wireless Infrastructure Group at We now get a good contribution to our cost of capital from building owners -- even the really big ones
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Sue Monahan SCF CEO May 21
Caroline Gabriel sharing the latest market stats
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Dean Bubley May 21
Key use-case for indoor 4G/5G small cells highlighted on panel at - visitors want to use cellular data plan & don’t want to give email/personal details to access the As I’ve been saying, captive portal / social logins kill public
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Simon Saunders May 21
Good luck to all my small cell friends for the awards this evening - shame I can't be with you.
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Sue Monahan SCF CEO May 21
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Dean Bubley May 21
Interesting from Wholesale at - reckons that CRAN is really good option for indoor as it allows virtualisation / multi-tenancy eg different tenant MNOs can have different software versions on same shared hardware
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Norm Steel May 22
Busy week at Small Cells World Summit.. LB of Sutton and RB of Kingston are presenting our Digital Strategy and enabling new tech to deliver economic growth and improved outcomes. We are panelist’s on the topic of 5G Smart Cities & Policy to Enable Them..
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Small Cell Forum Jun 12
SCF was delighted to welcome a wide range of speakers to 2019. Together they were able to expand our thinking and understanding of how we can do more to accelerate densification and enable connectivity as a resource. Can’t wait for SCWS 2020 already!
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Mark Gilmour May 22
A very good couple of days at the event hosted by the . Enjoyed speaking at the event and being part of an excellent speaking programme over the sessions. The sessions got into the nitty gritty of enabling small cell de…
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Richard Kennedy SCF Apr 24
Neutral host and multiop huge themes at . Caroline Gabriel writes about why this matters for global network densification
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Small Cells World Summit Jun 7
Neutral hosting really took center stage at this year. Delegates/speakers agreed there was a need for a secondary market in small cell deployment – one that would complement the MNOs’ networks and extend the reach of 4G and into new locations/enterprises etc
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Mark Gilmour May 23
Following hot on the heels of I am now in Nice for to speak about the challenges of supporting xhaul architectures for
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TheMobileNetwork May 21
Cities should dispense with exclusive street furniture concessions. Operators should consider sharing assets. And we need dark fibre. That's how to get costs down to enable outdoor small cell deployments -
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Small Cells World Summit Jun 11
IOT & Critical Comms session at , outcomes included; encourage release of for shared use; drive work on global standards in form factors and devices; prioritize issues of high availability, reliability, security in SCF’s technical and deployment work
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Sue Monahan SCF CEO May 21
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Graham Payne May 21
Apparently my acceptance speech was: “I’m not usually lost for words...thank you” - truly surprised & delighted. Thank you
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Dean Bubley May 21
Traditional old-school distributed antenna DAS for a medium-sized stadium requires huge power & space reqt, eg for 4 MNOs & high capacity
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Corinna Machnow May 6
It's a small world after all (o: Come to on May 21-22 and join to discuss and experience
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Corinna Machnow May 20
In London, heading to May 21-22? Meet and discuss why a broad portfolio is key to support all possible needs
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Small Cells World Summit Jun 10
If you're interested in insights and outcomes from 2019, our YouTube channel has all the video interviews recorded during the event with key SCF members and speakers.
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