FirstNews Briefs: ZTE, SWAN, Anite, CTIA, Telstra, Global Wireless Solutions
ZTE Corporation has signed a contract with Slovak operator SWAN for a nationwide LTE network project. ZTE will exclusively construct core CS/PS (circuit-switched/packet-switched) network, and a GSM/LTE mobile communications and VAS (value added services) network, involving over 1,100 dual-mode GSM/LTE base stations to SWAN.
Anite, a provider of wireless network testing technology, today announced that its latest version of Nemo Outdoor supports Carrier Aggregation (CA) and Category 6 devices. Nemo Outdoor is a laptop-based drive test solution for wireless network testing which supports over 270 terminals and scanning receivers from a range of vendors and all major network technologies.
CTIA-The Wireless Association has selected Comsearch, a CommScope company, to serve as the official spectrum manager for the 17th consecutive year at CTIA’s annual trade show. To ensure exhibitors may demonstrate their products and services to maximize their business opportunities, Comsearch engineers will be providing pre-show spectrum usage coordination with area licensees as well as testing, monitoring on-site and troubleshooting throughout the event.
Telstra today announced the launch of the Whispir Conversation Platform in the US, a cloud-based enterprise service that allows organizations to reach and communicate with customers, employees and the community via SMS, voice, web, email, mobile data and social media networks.
Defining the wireless industry standard for analysis and testing, Global Wireless Solutions, Inc. (GWS) announced the availability of its expanded mobile benchmarking app for Android OS devices, with new features and capabilities.