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First News Briefs for February 20, 2013

Wed, 02/20/2013 - 10:25am
Wireless Week Staff

Pioneer Cellular has announced the expansion of 4G LTE service into five additional markets including Alva, Canton, Fairview, Okeene and Woodward. As a participant in the Verizon Wireless LRA Program, Pioneer Cellular began construction and launch of a LTE network in rural counties and communities in western Oklahoma in April 2012. 

Ceragon Networks today announced that it has received initial orders from PEG Bandwidth for the FibeAir IP20-C, Ceragon’s recently launched, new generation of multi-core, packet radio solutions. PEG Bandwidth, a provider of customized cell site backhaul networks for wireless carriers, selected Ceragon’s FibeAir IP-20C to complement their extensive, 12-state fiber network because of its ability to deliver unmatched capacity throughout the backhaul network at a low total cost of ownership (TCO). The deployment will include dozens of FibeAir IP-20C links throughout the United States. 

Citrix today announced XenMobile MDM, an enterprise mobile device management solution that the company says gives users device choice while also enabling IT to meet its management and compliance requirements. XenMobile MDM joins other Citrix solutions, including Citrix CloudGateway, Citrix NetScaler, Citrix XenDesktop, GoToMeeting, GoToAssist, Citrix ShareFile, and Citrix Podio, providing organizations with a single vendor for all of their enterprise mobility needs.

Axeda Corporation today announced the latest release of Axeda Machine Cloud, which includes technology innovations centered on facilitating device connectivity, unifying SIM, edge device, and connected product management, and rapid M2M application development. The company says the new release drives down the cost and complexity of connecting and managing remote products, and enables rapid M2M application development.    

Altair Semiconductor today announced the launch of a new family of chipsets, which includes two new baseband processors – the FourGee-3800 and FourGee-3802 – and a new radio chip – the FourGee-6300.

 

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