Cellcom Israel has deployed RAD’s award-winning Service Assured Access (SAA) solutions to boost service quality for its customers.
Cellcom Israel is the largest mobile operator in Israel and also offers fixed-line services. Cellcom Israel has chosen RAD’s performance monitoring overlay solution as an add-on to its existing network to constantly monitor service performance and solve issues before they turn into problems that affect its customers. This allows Cellcom Israel to identify and segment performance degradation for mobile and IPTV services.
3Cinteractive (3C), a leading provider of mobile technology enablement and marketing services, announced today it is working with the GSMA on developing guidelines for enterprise messaging for the next-generation communications platform known as Rich Communications Services (RCS). This advanced communications service, currently being deployed by major carriers globally, will greatly enhance the messaging experience for both consumers and businesses.
Semtech Corporation a leading supplier of analog and mixed-signal semiconductors, today announced the addition of GPS-free geolocation capability to its LoRa wireless RF solution for Internet of Things (IoT) applications at Mobile World Congress Shanghai. The added feature is compatible with all existing LoRaWAN end nodes and the version two LoRaWAN gateway infrastructure reference design announced by Semtech earlier this year.
Tata Communications, a leading provider of A New World of Communications, launches Wi-Fi+, a new Wi-Fi cloud communication solution, which enables mobile network operators’ customers to access the internet for calling, messaging, and data applications more seamlessly than ever. Through access to more than 21 million Wi-Fi® hotspots globally, the new solution allows mobile network operators (MNOs) to offer their customers a high-quality mobile experience – whether at home or abroad – and generate additional revenues from Wi-Fi services.
The requirement to close the connectivity gap – through cellular penetration and increasing demand for mobile broadband services – is driving mobile network operators (MNOs) to upgrade network infrastructures.
The challenge is finding a solution that cost-effectively expands networks to enable delivery of affordable services for end users today – while at the same time building infrastructure flexibility that can scale to address the potentially explosive demands in the future.
The GSMA and CTIA today announced a partnership through which the two organisations will create a new mobile industry event in the United States. “GSMA Mobile World Congress Americas, in partnership with CTIA” will debut September 12-14, 2017 in San Francisco. CTIA and the GSMA are equal partners in the joint event, with the GSMA leading the event’s production and management.
Inventergy Global, Inc. an intellectual property licensing company, announced today that it has received patent grants and notices of allowance (indicating that a patent application qualifies for a patent) for a total of 23 patents. These previously pending patent applications include 15 patents in five families of the IMS/VoIP (IP Multimedia Subsystems/Voice over IP) portfolios originally purchased from Nokia and Huawei and eight patents in three families included in the Mobile Broadband portfolio originally purchased from Panasonic.
Ekinops, a leading supplier of next-generation optical network equipment, is introducing a new flexible rate transponder/muxponder line which allows network operators to quickly and easily double their transport capacity.
Using an advanced digital signal processor (DSP) combined with Ekinops’ enhanced T-Chip (Transport-on-a-Chip) technology to support both DP-QPSK and 16QAM modulation formats on a single line card, Ekinops is able to deliver a low-cost, programmable 400G solution.
Coventry, UK and Calgary, Canada
Genesis Technical Systems has completed trials of its multi-award winning network enhancing DSL Rings technology with leading North American operator, Cincinnati Bell, Inc., achieving backhaul speeds of up to a gigabit and home broadband speeds of up to 400 Mb/s, significantly exceeding pre-trial expectations.
Westford, MA and Dublin, Ireland
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