20120236717, Sep 20, 2012
David Saska - Chester Springs PA, US
Louis Ficarra - Oakland NJ, US
Kaushik Gohel - Atlanta GA, US
Alain Ohana - Aventura FL, US
AT&T MOBILITY II LLC - Atlanta GA
Providing for dynamic cell resource management in wireless networking is described herein. By way of example, user terminal access parameters can be dynamically modified based on changing load conditions at one or more cells of a wireless network. For instance, resource capacity of a wireless network cell can be monitored over time to identify a potential resource overload condition. If such a condition occurs, a load management algorithm can be executed that progressively restricts or de-restricts user terminal access parameters based on changing load conditions. In particular aspects, the load management algorithm can analyze relative cell load of neighboring cells to implement coordinated load sharing. By dynamically modifying user access parameters, traffic can be directed toward or away from cells operating at low or high capacity, respectively.