Will 5G consign urban small cell deployment to the dustbin of history?

Martyn Warwick
By Martyn Warwick

Jul 8, 2015

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Dr. John Naylon, CTO and Co-founder, CBNL

John Naylon, the CTO and co-founder of Cambridge Broadband Network Ltd. talks about the ongoing development of small cell technology in general, and their in-building application in particular. He also addresses the rather inconvenient fact that urban small cells don't seem to be reaching their potential in terms of numbers deployed and services available. Could it be that a collision with 5G is on the cards, and will urban small cells be no more than a footnote in technological history?

Filmed at: Small Cells Forum, 9 - 11 June 2015 ExCel Exhibition Centre London

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