Wireless systems company, Ruckus Wireless, has introduced OpenG technology to address the challenge of in-building cellular coverage and capacity.
The technology combines coordinated shared spectrum, such as 3.5 GHz in the US, with neutral host-capable small cells.
The company plans to drive the adoption of OpenG technology by leveraging its enterprise channels, service provider and public venue and enterprise customer base.
Ruckus will be demonstrating the technology in collaboration with Qualcomm during Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2016 in Barcelona.
The company said the demonstration of OpenG technology paired with its Wi-Fi calling solution exhibit, the future of the all-wireless enterprise will be showcased.Ruckus Wireless chief operating officer, Dan Rabinovitsj, said, “Ruckus is particularly well-positioned to offer enterprises and service providers the solution to in-building cellular challenges because we make it possible to deploy as easily as Wi-Fi. We believe Ruckus OpenG technology will provide a disruptive total cost of ownership scenario, making it ripe for adoption on a global scale at a fraction of the cost of distributed antenna systems (DAS).”