It scarcely feels like two years since we last convened in London for SCWS 2019, but it is wonderful to see the industry (re)unite. The
Pulling down the barriers – SCWS to address the critical small cell issues
The annual Small Cells World Summit has become a key fixture in the industry’s calendar, an opportunity for the increasingly broad ecosystem to come together to discuss experiences and address challenges. This is the first year that SCWS will be run directly by the Small Cell Forum, making an even tighter link between the themes of the conference, and the work programs of SCF – which are themselves defined by its members.
Through discussions with operators and vendors round the world, throughout the year, the issues of burning interest to the industry, as 5G moves towards commercial reality, have become very clear, and will shape the agenda in London on May 21-22. There will be seven main themes, each with its own dedicated session.
- Neutral hosting for multi-operator mobile connectivityv
- Disaggregated architectures – NFV and SDN for access and xHaul
- Smart buildings, cities and critical IoT comms with edge compute
- Shared spectrum: CBRS, LSA and license-exempt
- 5G era small cell planning: mmWave, beamforming, AI/ML
- 5G barrier-busting and light deployment legislation
- Indoor coverage solutions and 5G readiness
And of course, SCWS would not be the same without the flagship event of the small cell sector’s year, the SCF Awards, which will be presented at a gala dinner on May 21. Sign up here to secure your place at SCWS, and here to attend the awards dinner.
A guest blog by Engineering Director of BAI Communications UK, Andrew Conway. Around the world, people are increasingly coming to terms with the necessity of
Picocom, the 5G Open RAN baseband semiconductor and software specialist, and Radisys, a global leader in open telecom solutions and services, are engaged in interoperability
13th Annual Awards will form part of Small Cells World Summit 2021, the leading networking event for the global wireless connectivity industry London, UK 15th February 2021 Small
Recent international events, from pandemic supply chain disruption to Brexit, have highlighted the challenges of keeping major ports running during uncertain times. The complexity of