The Cisco Universal Small Cell (USC) 7330 is an indoor small cell that provides coverage and capacity to public areas where macro networks cannot do so cost-effectively. These locations range from indoor event venues requiring high-density service to concourse spaces known for sudden surges in mobile network traffic demand, such as shopping malls and transportation stations.
The Cisco USC 7330 offers mobile operators a rapidly deployable, licensed, radio network extension as part of the Cisco Licensed Small Cell solution. It creates a comprehensive platform for delivering mobile broadband services.
Systems deployed in busy metro areas must be able to meet the high demands created by many users generating sudden bursts of traffic. The USC 7330 self-adjusts to these demands, optimizing coverage and capacity to provide sustainable service in dense environments.
For busy small cells interacting with the existing macro network, mobile operators demand key performance indicators (KPIs) to match those of the macro network. The Cisco USC 7330 is a highly available device designed to provide up to 99.999 percent availability in high-traffic environments.
Low-cost scalability, maintenance and new service delivery are provided by the Cisco Universal Small Cell (USC) Cloud Base lifecycle management system, which is dedicated to small cell deployments. The result: flexible capacity and coverage with a low (TCO) for a network that can be deployed quickly and easily.
The Cisco USC 7330 operates as a Home Node B (HNB) in the standard 3GPP architecture for small cells, and is connected to the network with the specified Iuh interface. This architecture provides for rapid deployment and multivendor interoperability.