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) and 3GPP2 (CDMA/LTE) technology streams. It provides operators and vendors with a powerful native 64-bit framework for designing and optimising multi-technology networks including small cells, and integrated Wi-Fi.
Atoll's 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.
With more than 7500 active licenses installed with 450+ customers in 130 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.
Native 64-bit Application
Atoll as well as all of its components and modules are native 64-bit applications with no restrictions on project size and memory usage. Atoll provides limitless possibilities and enhanced performance in demanding situations such as multi-technology Monte Carlo simulations as well as urban and network-wide predictions.
Atoll 64-bit architecture allows operators to cope with complex multi-technology networks, and to successfully deal with extremely high network densities in HetNets with small cells.
Multi-technology Network Modelling
Atoll is a comprehensive multi-technology radio planning and optimisation platform which includes unified multi-technology GSM
(3GPP) and CDMA
(3GPP2) traffic models, Monte Carlo simulators, and ACP
(Automatic Cell Planning) module. Atoll can model the traffic-related aspects of multi-technology networks and dynamically distribute traffic between multi-technology layers including Wi-Fi
and small cells.
Prediction and Measurement-based Planning and Optimisation
Atoll offers unique capabilities of using both predictions and live network data throughout the network planning and optimisation process. Live-network data (KPIs and UE/MDT traces) add real-world information and allow for a better modelling of traffic evolution, identifying hot-spots, and tuning propagation data. Live-network data can be also used to drive the planning process (small cell selection) and to steer the optimisation algorithms of the AFP
and the ACP
High Performance GIS
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.
In-built Automation and Customisation Capabilities
Atoll’s in-built task automation and integration capabilities enable data as well as service-level integration, allowing operators to automate and streamline network optimisation activities on the way to SON. Atoll’s data exchange and integration capabilities enable integration within service-oriented architectures (SOA) and enterprise service buses (ESB). Moreover, Atoll’s C++ software development kit (SDK) allows customisation and implementation of functional value-added modules for Atoll.