SpiderCloud Wireless is demonstrating its latest products and solutions at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Key features include:
New dual-band radio nodes, designed to offer simultaneous 3G/LTE service or dual-carrier LTE service, are software upgradeable to support carrier aggregation with peak rates up to 300 Mbps.
Pre and post installation capabilities
Radio nodes with Integrated Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacon, improve an already easy installation process, improve inventory management, and ease post-installation system maintenance, driving down the carrier’s total cost of ownership for large, scalable indoor small cell deployments.
Radio Nodes with integrated Bluetooth beacons works in conjunction with SpiderCloud’s E-RAN iOS and Android app.
New managed services opportunities
Virtualised functions and hosted services on the services node. SpiderCloud will demonstrate enterprise-specific content filtering and group/individual policy examples with Intel Security. These policies make it possible for enterprise IT to deploy a high-capacity LTE system without compromising its acceptable use policies.
New radio node with Low Energy Bluetooth beacons opens the door for localization and context services within large enterprise offices, malls and venues.
New dual-band LTE radio nodes can be shared by two operators via a software upgrade. Dual-band LTE radios support 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz channels, with peak rates of 150 Mbps per band, and VoLTE.
Operators will have option to share their dual-band SpiderCloud LTE system with partner operators (multi-operator RAN), while maintaining strict separation of traffic and services, through a software upgrade.