SpiderCloud releases enterprise LTE-U small cells system

Wednesday 17 May 2017 | 10:41 CET | News
SpiderCloud Wireless announced commercial availability of its Enterprise RAN (E-RAN) system supporting LTE-U for enterprises and public venues. The E-RAN system combines the Qualcomm FSM small cell platform with SpiderCloud’s scalable small cell systems. 

It also released its Frequency Agile small cell, the SCRN-220, for the E-RAN platform. The SCRN-220 is an enterprise-grade LTE small cell that can be software configured for any of the major US spectrum bands. 

The SpiderCloud system is among the first enterprise-scale small cell systems to receive FCC authorization to deliver LTE-U capacity in unlicensed spectrum, while also supporting software upgradability to LTE-LAA. The system is optimized for large, densely populated indoor environments such as offices, university campuses, hospitals, hotels, shopping centers and sport venues. Based on SpiderCloud’s E-RAN architecture, it includes a Services Node controlling up to 100 self-organizing LTE small cells, capable of delivering coverage and capacity in indoor locations as large as 1.5 million square feet. As part of commercialization, the SCRN-320 successfully passed the testing regime defined by the Wi-Fi Alliance in the LTE-U Coexistence Test Plan. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: SpiderCloud Wireless
Countries: United States
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