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FirstNews Briefs: RacoWireless, CALLUP, Cloudberry, Telit, Ceragon, Exalt

Wed, 02/12/2014 - 11:13am
Wireless Week Staff

RacoWireless today announced that it has been chosen to support Audi’s new lineup of 4G LTE connected vehicles in the Audi connect program. Providing complete connectivity management, including 24/7/365 call center support, RacoWireless will work with AT&T to deliver an in-car infotainment system.

CALLUP, a provider of Value Added Services (VAS) and Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions for the telecom industry, today announced that at the Mobile World Congress it will introduce Smart Fi – a carrier-grade system for data offloading. The new system allows cellular operators to offer their customers automatic access to Wi-Fi hotspots for data communications, without requiring any proactive steps from the user.

Cloudberry Mobile, a provider of turnkey small cell solutions as a managed service, today announced its ability to integrate small cells into their networks to improve indoor coverage and add capacity in 16 hours working in a live environment, compared with typical timeframes of weeks.

Telit Wireless Solutions, a global provider of M2M solutions, products and services, and DCS Solutions, a provider of wireless data products, solutions, and services to the wireless data market, today announced that DCS is to employ Telit’s DE910-DUAL PCIe CDMA|EV-DO cellular data card for mobile data communications in its DCS-559 Wireless N-Router.

Ceragon Networks Ltd., a wireless hauling specialist, and TESSCO Technologies Incorporated today announced that Ceragon’s IP-20 platform is now available through TESSCO. As an SDN-ready wireless platform powered by a software-defined engine, the IP-20 features backhaul and fronthaul solutions that deliver high capacities while supporting any radio transmission technology, any network topology, and any deployment configuration.

Exalt Communications, Inc., a provider of next-generation packet microwave backhaul systems, today announced that Prolight International, a wireless Internet service provider based in Giza, Egypt has deployed Exalt microwave backhaul systems to deliver broadband and VoIP services to its business and residential customers across Egypt.

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