Atoll is a 64-bit multi-technology wireless network design and optimisation platform that supports wireless operators throughout the network lifecycle, from initial design to densification and optimisation.
Atoll includes integrated single RAN – multiple RAT network design capabilities for both 3GPP (GSM/UMTS/LTE/NB-IoT) and 3GPP2 (CDMA/LTE/NB-IoT) technology streams. It provides operators and vendors with a powerful native 64-bit framework for designing and optimising multi-technology networks.
Atoll supports multi-technology HetNets, C-RAN deployment, small cell planning, and also provides IoT network design and optimisation capabilities through the IoT/LPWA and NB-IoT modules.
The Atoll Live module allows integrating live network measurement data such as KPIs and UE/cell 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.
With more than 8000 active licenses installed with 500+ customers in 140 countries, Atoll has become the industry standard for radio network planning and optimisation.
- 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
Atoll uniquely combines architectural and functional features that provide operators with a powerful, scalable, and flexible framework for streamlining their network design and optimisation processes.
Multi-technology Network Modelling
Prediction and Measurement-based Planning and Optimisation
High Performance GIS
Atoll’s modular architecture and advanced radio technology modelling capabilities, together with support of high-frequency propagation models, provide operators with a flexible and evolving framework for the design and deployment of 5G networks. In 2017, Atoll version 3.3 is being used by major operators for the 1st deployments of pre-standard 5G high capacity fixed wireless access networks, as well as for R&D activities along the development of the 3GPP standards.