This innovative patent addresses important areas in the practice of real-world Self Organizing Networks. It defines new approaches to identifying and correcting coverage, capacity, and performance problems in mobile networks.
This invention improves the performance of complex networks using automated anomaly detection techniques that is iterative and enables continuous improvement in network quality. For example, in order to maintain a mobile session, any mobile device has to traverse from once cell in the cellular network to another based on the established handover methods. If this process is not executed successfully, it will cause call drops and other disruptions in the mobile session. The patent suggests leveraging various mobility parameters to be monitored and modified on a real time basis to ensure robustness of the mobile session, while taking into account other performance metrics that are not related to mobility, which results in superior service quality as compared to traditional optimization techniques.
M. Başar Akpınar, CEO of P.I. Works, said “P.I. Works will continue to support research activities that will drive evolution of the mobile network architecture and transform its centralized SON platform, uSON, in line with the emerging needs of the mobile network operators.”
P.I. Works also plays an important role in the development of key industry standards that define the future of mobile networks. P.I. Works actively contributes to the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) standardization forum, Global TD-LTE initiative (GTI) and open source initiatives.
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