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Arcadyan Integrates AirHop SON with LTE Small Cells

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BARCELONA -- Arcadyan today announced that it has selected AirHop’s eSON system software to be integrated with its LTE small cell product family. The integrated solution will provide wireless operators with LTE small cell eNodeBs with basic and advanced SON features such as real-time interference management and network capacity optimization capability.

Large-scale deployment of small cells is the next big challenge for the mobile operators to address ever-increasing data demands of the consumers and enterprises. To meet these different requirements, Arcadyan provides cost-effective, carrier-grade LTE small cell product line ranging from residential to enterprise femtocell products to picocell products for outdoor applications. Arcadyan products implement extra features such as data offload to a WiFi network, data packet inspection, etc.

AirHop’s eSON provides real-time multi-cell coordination to optimize coverage, capacity and quality of service, and load balancing, which is essential in HetNet deployment. A cloud-based client-server architecture also enables SON virtualization to deliver scalability and multi-vendor eNodeB support.

Arcadyan Technology Corp.

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