Self-Organizing Network (SON) Solutions Take a Deliberate, Incremental Path to the Future

 

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This report explains that despite an apparent pull-back in market enthusiasm for a full-fledged, autonomous, closed loop SON solution—which includes solution suppliers removing or downplaying the term SON from their discussions—both suppliers and CSPs are still moving inexorably toward SON by way of their continuous pursuit of optimization and automation wherever they can find it. This report will also provide a glimpse, by company, of what the major suppliers are presently explaining to the industry concerning how their present solution offerings are leading to SON vision enablement.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. SON Today
3. Defining SON
Self-Configuration
Self-Optimization
Self-Healing
SON Architectural Design – Centralized is In
4. SON Makes Progress
Astellia
Amdocs
Cisco
Ericsson
InfoVista
JDSU
Nokia – Eden Rock
Reverb Networks
Tektronix
TEOCO
5. SON Startups
Cellwize Stands Alone
XCellAir Joins the Effort
SpiderCloud Wireless Presents a Cloudy Future for SON
6. The Last Word


List of Figures & Charts

1. SON-related acquisitions, January 2013 to July 2014
2. Amdocs SON Architecture
3. Cisco Quantum SON integrated with its Universal Small Cell solution
4. InfoVista Vista NEO Feature Set
5. Eden Rock’s Eden-NET Framework
6. Cellwize Closed-Loop SON Process



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