The CommScope facility in Brno, Czech Republic will produce base station antennas for wireless operators across Europe, significantly reducing lead times before delivery. The quicker deliveries will help Europe’s network operators meet aggressive LTE deployment schedules as they race to deliver enhanced service to subscribers. LTE uses new frequency bands and technologies that must be supported in network infrastructure such as base station antennas.
Anritsu Co.has released new functionality for the MD8475A, its network simulator, to provide the first laboratory hardware in the loop system level test for the European eCall system and Russian ERA/GLONASS system.
CommScope Holding Company, Inc. has completed its previously announced acquisition of TE Connectivity’s Telecom, Enterprise and Wireless businesses, a leader in fiber optic connectivity for wireline and wireless networks.
A consortium of Telecom industry vendors, IT companies, small and medium-sized enterprises and academic organisations in Europe has been awarded €8 million research funding to develop the infrastructure required to support the future 5G network and communication systems.
ZTE recently announced it has gained the largest share of the tender for China Mobile's CM-IMS Phase II Project (VoLTE included) across China's 28 provinces, with over 70 percent. This exactly reflects ZTE's leading position in IMS core network solutions.
Bangladesh mobile telecommunications operator, GrameenPhone, has selected Anite’s Nemo Xynergy, Nemo Invex II and Nemo Walker Air for collection and analysis of wireless voice quality and broadband network data.