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Enhance operational efficiency and cut down expenses when deploying new sites

CSPs navigate the dual challenge of integrating new sites seamlessly into existing networks, addressing compatibility issues, while managing cost-effectiveness during deployment.


Streamlining the integration of new sites into the existing network infrastructure is pivotal. Overcoming complexities such as compatibility issues, interoperability challenges, and ensuring seamless service handovers between sites becomes imperative.

Integration with existing Radio Access Technologies

Quality assurance entails confirming that the newly deployed site aligns with established benchmarks for coverage, capacity, and reliability, with a concurrent consideration of its impact on neighboring sites. Typically, field measurements concentrate on the specific deployment area rather than monitoring the broader global cluster.

Monitoring the impact on customer experience

Following field measurements, engineers utilize processing tools to generate comprehensive reports, a process that may extend over several days.

Current processes may extend acceptance report building time

The absence of a centralized reports repository is noteworthy, as the prevailing practice involves the creation of reports in Excel format, which are subsequently disseminated via email. This reliance on email-based distribution potentially poses challenges in terms of version control, accessibility, and overall document management efficiency.

Absence of a centralized reports repository

For new site integration issues, the current procedure involves a manual root cause analysis to facilitate issue resolution.

Manual root cause analysis

Engineers require specialized tools to comprehensively monitor network energy consumption from various perspectives. 

Multiple tools are required

Kenmei automates Site Acceptance procedure using geolocation and performance reports, eliminating the necessity for field measurements.


Various maps, including Best Server, PCIs, RSRP, RSRQ, and other performance maps, are available.


Comparing KPIs against expected SLAs.


Analyze daily changes in parameters database and compare actual versus expected network parameters.


Multi-RAT simultaneous analysis of the Acceptance procedure.


Automating Site Acceptance processes brings efficiency by streamlining workflows and reducing deployment time. It ensures consistency, minimizes errors, and achieves cost savings. 


Digitizing the acceptance process without the need for field measurements reduces the overall cost of the procedure.

Cost savings per deployed site


Increase impact visibility at the cluster level rather than the current site-specific level.

Enhance visibility within the cluster


Decreased from 7 days to 1 day due to automated report generation from multiple data sources.

Accelerated report generation


Accelerates problem identification and resolution when the deployment of a new site impacts user experience.

Accelerate the resolution of network issues


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