Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 1:00 PM (CT)
Interference and PIM have always been a major issue for mobile network operators (MNOs). With the ongoing densification of the network however, interference is multiplying and its impact on mobile bandwidth and subscriber QoE will significantly increase. The fiberization of the fronthaul network and adoption of the C-RAN topology is a chance for MNOs to greatly improve their operational efficiency for detecting, hunting and mitigating interference, while optimizing their overall network performance.
This webinar will delve into operational challenges and best practices for addressing interference, PIM and fiber-related issues in mobile networks, and improving the quality of fiber-based fronthaul and CRAN deployments.
Presenter: Sebastien Prieur – Product Manager, Transport & Datacom Business Unit, EXFO
With more than 20 years of experience in the telecommunications industry, Sébastien has held lead roles in areas ranging from hardware design to product and team management. He has brought his expertise and passion for technology and innovation to prominent companies such as EXFO, Marconi Communications and Simpler Networks. He joined EXFO in 2006 as Technical Leader and is now Product Line Manager for the Transport & Datacom business unit. Sébastien holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Montreal’s École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS).
EXFO develops smarter network test, monitoring and analytics solutions for the world’s leading communications service providers, network equipment manufacturers and webscale companies. Since 1985, we’ve worked side by side with our customers in the lab, field, data center, boardroom and beyond to pioneer essential technology and methods for each phase of the network lifecycle. Our portfolio of test orchestration and real-time 3D analytics solutions turns complex into simple and delivers business-critical insights from the network, service and subscriber dimensions. Most importantly, we help our customers flourish in a rapidly transforming industry where “good enough” testing, monitoring and analytics just aren’t good enough anymore—they never were for us, anyway. For more information, visit EXFO.com and follow us on the EXFO Blog.