• Mobile data sessions to increase tenfold by 2015
• Small cell solutions to increase network complexity by a factor of 50
• Geo-located subscriber analytics critical for defining new network infrastructure
As smartphone ownership climbs from half of the current subscriber population in mature markets to more than 80% by 2015, mobile networks face a tenfold increase in data session demand according to Actix, an award winning pioneer of software that enables mobile operators to run more effective networks.
Within any single inner city square kilometre in mature 3G markets, Actix already identifies on average more than 50,000 unique subscribers generating 300 GBytes of data per day. That is the result of more than 800,000 3G data connections, and 45,000 3G and 2G voice calls.
Mobile operators needing to meet these rapidly increasing data demands are looking to small cells...