Dali SDN Radio Router™ utilizes full digitization, network function virtualization (NFV) and software defined networking (SDN) to surpass the limitations of current networks. It ultimately delivers a highly flexible, elastic, and scalable solution that can effectively facilitate rapid network expansion, densification, and migration to the next generation networks. From In-building wireless, public safety, urban densification and rural coverage to virtualized Radio Access Network (vRAN), find out how Dali Wireless can help you satisfy your network goals today and in the future.
Over 80% of mobile data traffic occurs inside buildings. It’s to no surprise that In-Building Wireless is often considered as the “fourth” utility followed by water, electricity and heating/air-conditioning. To satisfy the “always connected” lifestyle of mobile subscribers, mobile operators, building owners and integrators must deliver the quality of service (QoS) and quality of experience (QoE) mobile users expert anywhere, at any time.Learn More
Mobile data traffic volumes have been growing exponentially, almost doubling from one year to the next. With the introduction of Internet of Things (IoT), smart cities and connected infrastructures with 5G, the demand for capacity will continue to grow.Learn More
Public Safety Coverage
In the event of a crisis, public safety personnel and first responders require reliable emergency responder radio coverage. Being able to communicate with their public safety two-way radio systems in-buildings is crucial for the first responders to respond and execute time-sensitive and mission-critical tasks to protect the public. An Emergency Responder Radio Coverage System (ERRCS) is often installed to provide these necessary means of communications.Learn More
Wireless coverage and capacity has always been the focus for dense urban environments. What about rural access? According to a United Nation Report1, more than half of the world’s population still does not have access to internet. The primary challenge for reaching the rural areas is overcoming the lack of potential revenue per square mile. The Return of Investment (RIO) of a wireless infrastructures seems unimaginable with the thinly populated areas. How can mobile operators reach the unreached cost effectively?Learn More
Legacy Radio Access Network (RAN) infrastructure provides coverage and capacity with a fixed allocation of baseband and radio resources. This static allocation of resources means that systematic over-provisioning is needed in order to meet peak demand.Learn More