Intuicell’s pitch was that its SON (self-optimising network) technology trawled mobile base station traffic data, and by analysing this, it could. Cisco Systems is planning to acquire Intucell in a bid to make its products more attractive to mobile operators as traffic volume on networks. Cisco Systems said it will pay $ million to buy an Israeli mobile networking startup, Intucell, that specializes in self-optimizing network (SON).

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For more Read up on the application of SON: Behind the Scenes at Sprint’s 5G ‘Split’. The program, in which Cisco is a major participant in, provides tech graduates looking for jobs with seminars and labs on topics such as how to be prepared for a job interview, simulations, group dynamics, a review of the high tech industry, to better prepare them for the Israeli high-tech job market.

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Inthcell and Israel go way back, with the company’s first local acquisition taking place in Draw information from a particular part of the network and use it to help configure the network. Post a Comment Read 0. Future of Cable Business Services. Post a Comment Read 2 comments.


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Telecom Innovators Video Showcase. Car tech fast lane? Israel’s startups are catching the eye of tech heavyweights When it comes to IT security, big tech firms keep looking to Israel for their next buy.

Cisco CEO A superfast fiber to the home network could mean a wave of digitisation – and even more startups – for Israel, says John Chambers. Cisco is to spend nearly half a billion dollars in order to acquire inthcell networking specialist Intucell. SON technology performs multiple tasks, such as automatically detecting when a site is down and routing users to the next-best cell, or enabling cells to share bandwidth when network capacity is limited.

Israel’s itucell fiber will show the world what superfast broadband can really do: So-called dynamic SON technology can detect when too many users are connected to a single tower and tell nearby towers to expand their footprint to cover some of the users in the overloaded area.

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And that’s exactly what Cisco got when it purchased Intucell. Why automobile makers are rushing to Israel. For example, when Intucell’s SON detects too many users on a single cell tower, the system automatically adjusts the coverage by looping in assistance from nearby towers.


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To rate this item, click on a rating below. The Future of Cable Business Services. The Many Faces of Digital Transformation. If you found this interesting or useful, please use the links to the services below to share it with other readers. It’s a solution to a nagging problem that will allow Cisco to supply carriers with a software solution to overloaded cell networks, instead of just selling them increasingly commoditised hardware.

The operator announced in February that it would deploy the optimization techniques on its network during the year ahead. Netscout Video Resource Center. Indeed, Cisco itself believes that global IP traffic will continue to grow soh going forward, as does analyst houses Ovum and IDC. Cisco believes that network management is becoming an increasingly vital issue for mobile operators due to the proliferation of mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones, all of which are demanding faster connection speeds and are placing a bandwidth capacity crunch on mobile networks.

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