Small Cell Design, Deployment and Integration

Small cell networks are an important part of any operators deployment strategy. Small cell plays an important role in bring the network closer to users in places where it is needed most. Carriers are implementing Software Defined Networks (SDN) and Self Optimizing Networks (SON) to augment capacity and make bandwidth available when and where it is needed most. Carriers, MSOs and Smart Grid operators are all deploying dense small cell networks to assure that interference is minimized, mobility is assured and that there is a superior user experience.

Widelity offers a full range of turnkey services to simplify the deployment process, accelerate implementation time, improve quality, minimize service interruptions, and reduce overall deployment costs.

Our team can handle your needs when deploying this important topology. Our team specializes in:

  • Identifying optimal locations
  • Lease negotiations
  • Site surveys
  • Cost mitigation
  • Installing services

Our team has the knowledge and experience to handle any type of deployment project for information technology and telecommunications including wireless, wireline and multi-service networks.

Widelity’s deployment and integration services include:

  • Identify optimal locations
  • Lease negotiations
  • Site surveys
  • Cost mitigation
  • Installing services
  • Logistics Planning
  • Warehousing and shipping
  • Site acquisition
  • Civil works
  • Site survey
  • Construction Project Management Services
  • Site design and engineering
  • Site construction
  • Equipment installation
  • Commissioning
  • Site acceptance testing
  • Integrated project/program management

We are well versed in all of the location types and the issues encountered in deployments. Including:

  • Fiber locations (Urban and Suburban)
  • Rooftops and street assets, including lamp posts, bus shelters and train shelters, billboards and kiosks
  • On net locations based on Fiber to the Building
  • Public utility and municipal right-of-way access