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Bell Canada Selects Cellwize’s SON for Multi-Vendor 4G LTE Network

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Bell Canada Selects Cellwize’s SON for Multi-Vendor 4G LTE Network Image Credit: Cellwize

Bell, Canada’s largest communications company, has chosen Cellwize’s Self Organizing Network (SON) solution to support its network automation and provide an enhanced experience for its more than 9 million wireless customers across the country.

Cellwize supports network transformation through its fully automated SON solutions, built to address the new complexities of next generation cellular networks.

The Cellwize SON solution is being seamlessly deployed across Bell’s multi-vendor infrastructure and multiple network technologies. The solution is enhancing Bell’s LTE network across Canada by increasing throughput and reliability and improving voice services.

The deployment is provided in partnership with Tech Mahindra, a global integrator specializing in the development and integration of advanced software solutions.

Ofer Zemer, CEO, Cellwize
We value our strong relationship with Bell, to support them in their network automation and to help simplify network complexity to maximize resource utilization and subscriber satisfaction.

Brude Rodin, Bell's VP, Wireless Networks 
We provide Bell wireless customers with excellent connectivity and the best user experience in Canada by collaborating with innovative partners like Cellwize, who help enable us to quickly add new features and capacity to our LTE network.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

For tips and feedback, email Ray at ray.sharma(at)thefastmode.com, or reach him on LinkedIn, Facebook 

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