FirstNews Briefs: Anritsu, Range Networks, DMI, Freewave Technologies
Anritsu Company has developed the PTCRB-approved protocol test case for IMS Emergency Services. The test case is now available on the ME7834L Protocol Conformance Test (PCT) and Carrier Acceptance Test (CAT) system. Anritsu said it recently became the only supplier of approved test cases for this increasingly relevant technology during the PVG#64 meeting held in Beijing.
Range Networks, provider of commercial open source cellular systems and leader of the OpenBTS software project, today announced the release of OpenBTS 4.0. The software is now shipping in Range Networks laboratory development kits and commercial base stations and is also available to the OpenBTS community as a free download.
Digital Management, Inc. (DMI), has announced that it has acquired Burlington, Massachusetts-based KnowledgePath, a provider of mobile and omnichannel commerce solutions.
FreeWave Technologies today announced WavePoint, a wireless networking platform that securely communicates industrial data over long distances to enable M2M, broadband and SCADA applications. The company says its customers can now leverage the cost-effective and easy-to-deploy WavePoint solution and achieve greater productivity by extending broadband connectivity to remote locations, from one unified and secure platform. WavePoint is designed to meet the specific challenges of integrating difficult-to-reach field locations by providing wireless IP routing capabilities combined with the choice of frequencies and network deployment capabilities to suit any application scenario.