FirstNews Briefs: Mavenir Systems, T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon, Altair, Cetecom
Mavenir Systems today announced that its Session Border Controller (SBC) was selected by T-Mobile Netherlands for IP Voice Interconnect. Mavenir’s next generation SBC is specifically designed for wireless applications and provides the full suite of standards-defined wireless functions needed to launch next generation solutions and services, which T-Mobile plans to commercially launch starting in 2014.
AT&T Government Solutions (AGS), a division of AT&T Inc., today announced it was awarded a $12 million contract by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) to provide managed wide area network (WAN) services, specifically multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) for virtual private networks (VPNs), as well as voice services to 95 FDIC office locations nationwide.
Verizon Enterprise Solutions today unveiled the Verizon Cyber Intelligence Center. The new center will provide benefit to global organizations by offering detection and response capabilities to better manage and mitigate cyberattacks. The VCIC will deliver intelligence to Verizon's managed and security services clients through a blend of security analytics and dedicated security analysts, who will have access to sources of threat intelligence so they can help enterprises identify and respond to threats early in the attack cycle.
Altair Semiconductor, a developer of single-mode LTE chipsets, today announced that it has partnered with M/A-COM Technology Solutions Holdings, Inc. and D2 Technologies to power the ASL-14331M, a new LTE gateway developed by Alpha Networks Inc.
CETECOM, a specialist in test and certification for wireless communication devices, has selected the Rohde & Schwarz TS8980FTA-2 and R&S CMW500 wireless test platforms for conformance and network operators acceptance testing for LTE Release 10 carrier aggregation, IMS, VoLTE, RCS, E911 over IMS, A-GNSS, OTDOA and eCID.