Self-Optimisation & self-ConfiguRATion in wirelEss networkS

The FP7 SOCRATES Final Workshop on Self-Organisation in Mobile Networks took place in Karlsruhe, Germany (co-located with IWSOS 2011), on February 22, 2011. The slides of the presentations are available here.

The SOCRATES final report (deliverable D5.9) is available for download (see publications).

June 15-17, 2011: Future Network and Mobile Summit 2011.

The Socrates Project

Future communication networks will exhibit a significant degree of self-organisation. The principal objective of introducing self-organisation, comprising self-optimisation, self-configuration and self-healing, is to effectuate substantial operational expenditure (OPEX) reductions by diminishing human involvement in network operational tasks, while optimising network efficiency and service quality.

The SOCRATES (Self-Optimisation and self-ConfiguRATion in wirelEss networkS) project aims at the development of self-organisation methods to enhance the operations of wireless access networks, by integrating network planning, configuration and optimisation into a single, mostly automated process requiring minimal manual intervention.

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