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First News Briefs for February 27, 2013

Wed, 02/27/2013 - 10:11am
Wireless Week Staff

Digi International today announced it will offer Android support for the ConnectCard for i.MX28 module, a compact wireless system-on-module for developing connected devices based on Freescale Semiconductor technology. Embedded application development kits will include drivers and unique Digi software extensions allowing customers to get to market fast using Android.

ANADIGICS, Inc., a provider of radio frequency (RF) solutions, today expanded its dual-band ProEficient-Plus power amplifier (PA) family with the introduction of the AWT6765, optimized for LTE bands 25 and 26. The Company's ProEficient-Plus solutions deliver efficiency in low-power mode for greater talk-time and high-power mode for longer data application use. This level of performance is offered in compact and integrated dual-band configurations to help maximize overall battery-life and minimize space requirements in mobile devices.

Spirent Communications today announced the release of malware testing capabilities on Spirent Studio. With the addition of malware testing, Spirent says it offers its customers a comprehensive solution to test a range of security issues, including fuzzing, encryption, VPN, signature-based attacks and DDoS threats. Combined with Spirent Avalanche, Studio delivers multi-10 Gbps capacity, security, and performance testing for network and web application infrastructure.

AirWatch has announced its international partnership with SingTel, an Asian telecommunications group. Headquartered in Singapore, SingTel provides a variety of multimedia and infocomms technology (ICT) solutions, including voice, data and video services over fixed and wireless platforms.

ZTE Corporation has launched a new full-outdoor microwave transmission system based on patented technology at the 2013 Mobile World Congress. The company says the new solution offers substantial performance enhancements to meet the needs of today’s ultra-fast LTE networks. Based on a new design architecture, the ZXMW NR8950 microwave system can be deployed for large-capacity transmission, helping operators roll out networks with dense coverage, and reduced installation footprint. ZTE says the design advantages of ZXMW NR8950 enable operators to overcome the challenges of building high-density small-cell networks for large-capacity data transmission, while site installation space is limited.

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