Ericsson HetNet: ULF EWALDSSON Vice President and Head of Radio CHRISTIAN HEDELIN Head of product Marketing March 18, Lately we’ve written a lot about the heterogeneous network, or HetNet, exploring how today’s big-tower mobile grids will evolve into dense. In HetNet news this week, Ericsson shares its outlook for small cells, Devicescape partners with Open Mobile, and underground data use.
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Ericsson on Tuesday acquired carrier-grade WiFi specialist BelAir Networks in a bid to strengthen its heterogeneous network ffering.
The acquisition of BelAir by Ericsson is another sign that WiFi is becoming an integral element of HetNets — high-capacity mobile networks consisting of macro infrastructure augmented with small cells.
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