Ozone Networks & Ericsson Sign Agreement To Provide Wi-Fi Network In India


A Small Cell as a Service agreement has been signed between Ozone Networks and Ericsson to extend a carrier-grade WiFi network across India. Several business models are supported by the Small Cell as a Service for environments like connected venues, connected streets and connected enterprises.

Now this deal has been done aimed at connected venue application. Ozone’s WiFi network will serve restaurants, cafes, shops and malls. Ozone CEO Sanjeev Sarin said that network capacity is very crucial these days as people like to be connected all the time. Now this service will help consumers connect with each other in difficult environments too. Ozone will set up the WiFi model in India in a neutral form and now the Indian government will be able to give Internet access to every individual in reality, as Sarin puts in.

The first stage will provide with 30,000 WiFi access points to Ozone. Chris Houghton, Head of Region India at Ericsson, says that with Small Cell as a Service operators are allowed to increase network capacity across environments and it will help meet all kind of customer’s needs. The WiFi technology will be based on this service model and the agreement has been initiated for five years. 

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