Atoll is a 64-bit multi-technology wireless network design and optimization platform that supports wireless operators throughout the network lifecycle, from initial design to densification and optimization.
Atoll includes integrated single RAN – multiple RAT network design capabilities for both 3GPP (GSM/UMTS/LTE) and 3GPP2 (CDMA/LTE) technology streams. It provides operators and vendors with a powerful native 64-bit framework for designing and optimising current and future integrated multi-technology networks. Atoll supports multi-technology HetNets, small cell planning, and Wi-Fi offloading.
Atoll Radio Planning and Optimisation Software
In 1997, Forsk released the first version of Atoll, its flagship radio planning software. Since then, Atoll has evolved to become a comprehensive radio planning and optimisation platform and has reached the leading position on the global market.
Atoll 3.3.1 new Live module allows integrating live network measurement data such as KPIs and UE/MDT (minimisation of drive tests) traces with predictions and adds open-loop SON capabilities to Atoll.
Atoll’s integration and automation features help operators smoothly automate planning and optimisation processes through flexible scripting and SOA-based mechanisms. Atoll supports a wide range of implementation scenarios, from standalone to enterprise-wide server-based configurations.
Atoll incorporates a high-performance built-in geographic information system (GIS) exclusively designed for radio network planning and optimisation. Atoll’s 64-bit GIS engine allows working with high-resolution and large-scale geo data while delivering high performance in data manipulation and display.
Atoll supports web map services, online maps (Bing, OSM, etc.), and standard formats including BIL, TIF, BMP, Vertical Mapper, ArcView, MapInfo, etc. Atoll smoothly interfaces with commonly used desktop GIS such as MapInfo and ArcView.
• 1st 3G planning software on the market in 2000
• 1st LTE planning software on the market in 2008
• 1st combined GSM/UMTS/LTE simulator on the market in 2010
• 1st 64-bit radio planning and optimisation software in 2012
• 1st combined CDMA/LTE simulator in 2013
• 1st radio planning and optimisation software able to combine predictions and live-network data in 2015
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