Anite has launched Nemo Invex II, its latest state-of-the-art benchmarking solution for operators, wireless infrastructure vendors, certification laboratories and regulatory bodies. It is a benchmarking system which combines powerful, intuitive software and scalable, robust hardware to create a solution for benchmarking wireless networks and devices. Easy to deploy, Nemo Invex II provides critical quality-of-service (QoS) measurements and a wide variety of quality-of-experience (QoE) service testing.
The solution’s enhanced power efficiency is claimed to reduce the power usage per test device by approximately 50 percent, while the innovative thermal design enables longer, uninterrupted and therefore more reliable measurements. Improved UPS functions include back-up for scanners as well as built-in monitoring for power, temperature and current, thus maintaining the measurement system at optimal temperature. In addition, high power USB ports enable batteries to be charged during long test drives.
Nemo Invex II also offers the very latest measurement system technology. Cabling has been reduced and the system is easy to install and use in vehicles. It includes wireless connectivity to the management PC, built-in ambient lights and keyboard, video and mouse.
“Anite’s investment in Nemo Invex II demonstrates our commitment to the benchmarking market”, said Petri Toljamo, managing director of Anite’s Network Testing business. “We strive to anticipate and exceed customer requirements by developing test tools which enable them to respond to the ever-growing information and data flow in wireless networks”, he concluded.
“Our customers are now able to improve their benchmarking processes as well as save costs. With Nemo Invex II, they will be able to benchmark the latest mobile broadband technologies and devices all in one test drive”, added Jussi Lemiläinen, vice president, Product Management and Business Development at Anite’s Network Testing business. He continued, “The increasing complexity of mobile networks requires more from the test equipment. Capacity, energy consumption and usability are key drivers for test tool design, in which Anite is determined to continue leading the industry”.
Nemo Invex II will be demonstrated at LTE Africa 11-13 November 2014, CTICC in Cape Town and at LTE Americas 18-20 November, Dallas. At the events, Anite will also showcase its other Nemo products supporting LTE-A, Category 6 devices, Carrier Aggregation and VoLTE testing.