Accelleran collaborates with AirHop on ultra-dense small cell deployments

Accelleran has collaborated with AirHop Communications in ultra-dense small cell deployments with self-organizing network (SON) to achieve double digit capacity increases, the company said.

Specifically, the companies are jointly supporting an on-going US trial which has yielded data throughput gains of more than 75% for users under significant inter-cell interference using Accelleran´s E101 Outdoor Small Cell based on Cavium technology and AirHop´s flagship eSON system.

Accelleran is enabling low-cost, carrier-grade local area solutions for large-scale small cell deployments across FDD and TDD bands, specifically focused on new worldwide capacity bands in 3.5GHz including CBRS in the US.

AirHop is enabling state-of-the-art SON solutions, specifically focused on interference management, capacity and coverage optimization for heterogeneous networks including ultra-dense small cell deployments.

Accelleran provides recognized software and IPR design in 4G small cells. It is a private company founded at the beginning of 2013 by a team of veterans of the small cell industry to deliver best-in-class small cell LTE software and design solutions.

AirHop provides self-organizing network (SON) solutions for dynamic resource optimization and QoS/QoE management of heterogeneous wireless networks. It is privately held and based in San Diego, CA.