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5G densification versus 5G roll out - what’s the difference?

The fundamental aim is to make 5G networks more available, faster and to minimise latency. But what is the right approach? How does densification differ from existing roll out plans?


What's the difference?

In its simplest form, 5G densification is the process of adding more 5G cell sites to increase availability and capacity. Virtually any urban street furniture can be used to quickly and economically deploy small cells with minimal environmental impact, enabling the rapid coverage expansion and densification needed to deliver the full promise of 5G.

Interested to learn more about 5G densification?

Our new report explores the vital role 5G plays in today’s digital landscape. The challenges it presents. And how to overcome them. Through the neutral host approach, and 5G densification.