Celcite presents at technical symposium and demonstrates SON optimisation techniques at LTE World Summit

4th May 2012
Posted By : ES Admin
Celcite Management Solutions announced today that it will be demonstrating its two flagship optimisation products – COPS SON and COPS AIC – at this month’s LTE World Summit in Barcelona, Spain (May 22 – 24). Celcite’s CTO Ajay Khanna will also be presenting to delegates in the LTE Masterclass at the event, describing how these solutions can be utilised to optimise networks for maximum performance, and to achieve up to 70% improvement in engineering efficiency.
Ajay Khanna’s presentation, entitled “Multi-technology/Multi-vendor SON – Simplifying Network Management for Today's Complex Networks”, will take place at the LTE Masterclass in the technical symposium at 14:00 on May 23. Key points that will be discussed include:

•Bringing paradigm shift for network management of multi-vendor, multi-technology networks
•Leveraging OSS-based mobile measurements combined with other data feeds for network performance and optimisation
•Multi Technology SON – desire or necessity?
•Powerful intelligent correlation of available data sources to provide root cause analysis and solutions

Furthermore, Celcite will be exhibiting on booth number 8 at the LTE World Summit, which is taking place in the CCIB Conference Centre in Barcelona. The exhibition stand will highlight COPS SON and COPS AIC, Celcite’s solutions for optimising engineering efficiencies and significantly improving network performance.

COPS SON is a dynamic and effective self-optimising network (SON) tool based on deep optimisation intelligence, and enables network operators to achieve proactive, closed loop, near real-time adaptation of the network to changing conditions. COPS AIC automates optimisation and root cause analysis, resulting in a 70% improvement in engineering efficiencies.

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