TeleWorld Solutions: Catering the Lifecycle of Wireless Technology
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TeleWorld Solutions: Catering the Lifecycle of Wireless Technology

Shervin Gerami, CEO, Teleworld SolutionsShervin Gerami, CEO
“Today’s mobile networks were not built to accommodate the onslaught of traffic growth,” exclaims Shervin Gerami, CEO, TeleWorld Solutions.” Modern mobile network operators are faced with a number of challenges, including: inconsistent growth of data demands at a macro sector footprint level and localized demand in the form of clustered hotspots. To alleviate this problem and drive maximum network efficiency, mobile operators are turning to small cell solutions to prepare their networks for the future. With a robust portfolio of more than 100,000 successful small cell deployments, TeleWorld Solutions is the go-to resource for operators looking for the knowledge and expertise to navigate a path to the precise small cell solution.

A multi-standard small cell solution combines technologies, including LTE, HSPA+ and Wi-Fi, into a single unit which would harbor immediate benefits with optimized performance, maximized network capacity, and an enhanced customer experience. Utilizing such devices will improve load sharing, capacity and network availability, in fact, Wi-Fi nodes can help to offload 30 to 40 percent of data traffic. “It is extremely important to have interworking supported at both the RAN level and core levels. This enables the UE (User Equipment) to choose between Wi-Fi and LTE in the case of Wi-Fi performance degradation,” stresses Gerami. Wi- Fi is a crucial component of a sound small cell deployment. Wi-Fi standards 802.11g, 802.11n and 802.11ac (yet to be commercially utilized) offer similar capabilities as cellular networks in terms of data rates, MIMO technologies, beam forming and interference mitigation.

Small cells have a smaller footprint, and offer creative installation options on light poles, traffic lights and vendor booths, as a means of addressing outdoor coverage issues for enterprises. Small cell deployment can easily achieve indoor and outdoor quality targets, as they offer limited coverage footprints and contained coverage of indoor solutions.

Once your small cells are active, we can help clients assess the health of individual deployments, measure voice and data performance, and calculate business value and ROI


“Our solutions also address the challenges of macro sites with limited backhaul or air-interface demand, because backhaul limitations can adversely impact the overall performance, and thus, end-user experience,” says Gerami.

In order to cater future demands TeleWorld identifies target zones where small cell deployments will provide maximum spectral efficiency, and improved utilization. “What’s better than more small cells? Smarter small cells,” says Gerami. He believes TeleWorld’s solutions would help carriers, operators, and infrastructure vendors devise clearer, smarter strategies for their small cell deployments. And, later help them build the systems, processes, and knowledge bases needed to manage and operate deployments at scale. TWS Mobility Intelligence, for instance, can turn billions of mobile data points into clear visualizations of user behavior, which helps us pinpoint target zones for small cell deployments with optimal spectral efficiency and utilization. “Once your small cells are active, we can help clients assess the health of individual deployments, measure voice and data performance, and calculate business value and ROI,” explains Gerami.

From consulting to design, dimensioning, testing, optimization, and deployment TeleWorld caters the full life cycle of wireless technology, without an ounce of waste, inefficiency, or diminishing returns. Instead of throwing more bodies at a problem, the company finds smarter, innovative tools, techniques, and processes creative solutions that consistently save its clients’ time, money, and aggravation. “We do it with creativity and versatility by leveraging our hands-on experience from hundreds of thousands of successful wireless implementations and a specialized knowledge of how legacy and modern network components intersect and interact,” concludes Gerami.