First News Briefs: Spirent, NextNav, Broadcom, Celcite, Zayo Group
Spirent Communications today announced the availability of carrier-approved Assisted Global Navigation Satellite System (A-GNSS) Record and Playback capabilities on its Hybrid Location Technology Solution (HLTS).
Today, NextNav announced that Broadcom Corporation has acquired a commercial license to NextNav's Metropolitan Beacon System technology. This agreement enables Broadcom to integrate NextNav's location technology into its mass-market global navigation satellite system (GNSS), connectivity and mobility platforms.
Celcite, a provider of self-optimizing network / self-organizing network (SON) and automated network management solutions to mobile network operators, announced that is has launched Celcite SON 3.5. This update introduces new features, including Responsibility Metrics and Accelerated Load Balancing.
Zayo Group, LLC, an international provider of Bandwidth Infrastructure services, today announced the completion of its purchase of Access Communications, Inc., a provider of Bandwidth Infrastructure services in Minneapolis-St. Paul area for a purchase price of $41 million.