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Small Cell Forum Release Five: Rural & Remote


Small Cell Forum today launches Release Five: Rural & Remote at Mobile World Congress 2015. With previous successful Releases focussing on Residential, Enterprise and Urban environments, the Small Cell Forum Release Program has now successfully provided a full technical and business case for small cells everywhere.

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The Rural & Remote market


As part of our research, the business case document demonstrates that Rural & Remote opens up a market of 650 million users worth an estimated $163 billion. From improving connectivity in rural communities and remote industrial locations, through to quickly establishing networks in disaster recovery zones or special events, our Rural & Remote outputs demonstrate how small cells can and are being used in a useful and profitable way.


The documents


Release Five contains 16 new and updated documents ranging from case studies of small cells already used in a range of Rural & Remote settings, through to those covering backhaul, deployment challenges, architectures and the services that can be enabled by small cells. It’s backed up by a vast amount of work that Small Cell Forum members have completed in order to build and enhance our contributions to small cell technology, standards development and deployments.


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MWC 2015

The announcements were made from the Small Cell Zone at Mobile World Congress. The stand, which is in Hall 7, Stand 7F61 hosts a full speaker program packed with operators, analysts and SCF members, who will be sharing their thoughts on the latest developments within the small cell ecosystem.

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Mobile World Congress


CCA Global Expo


LTE Latin America

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