API Technologies Press Release - July 6, 2011
Anite Takes LTE Data Performance to the Next Level
-- Best-in-class solution adds LTE device data throughput test capability.
6th July, 2011 – Fleet, Hampshire, UK – As LTE promises an enhanced mobile broadband experience, with data speeds
on a par with fixed-line broadband, network operators and device manufacturers need to consider a comprehensive
set of data throughput tests as part of LTE device acceptance and evaluation. Anite, the global leader in wireless
device testing, announced today the availability of a new solution – that will include carrier based scripts for
LTE data throughput performance – to address the need for LTE data performance testing in the laboratory
The new solution has taken into consideration the data throughput requirements of major LTE
network operators. Anite’s unique LTE data performance solution is based on SAS (Anite’s industry-leading network
simulator for device interoperability testing), the Anite 9000 Mobile Test Accelerator platform, and Azimuth
Systems ACE MX advanced channel emulator. The ACE MX is architected to meet the needs of OFDM* and MIMO** based
wireless systems in addition to the emulation requirements of 2G/3G systems. Supporting all industry-standard
bands and channel models for LTE, WiMAX, 2G/3G and Wi-Fi, the ACE MX is renowned for its ease-of-use and features
that support advanced channel modelling and propagation conditions.
“New mobile devices need to conform to
strict industry and operator specific criteria, and thereby live up to user expectations when launched, said Paul
Beaver, Product Director at Anite. “With LTE data performance now also under the spotlight Anite can help ensure
that LTE devices will perform as expected and accelerate their time to market. These new LTE carrier acceptance
scripts offer a cost-effective option for SAS customers who are also interested in LTE data performance testing.”
"The integration of SAS with ACE MX provides Anite’s customers with the best-in-class solution for their
LTE data performance testing needs," says Peter Paglia, Senior Vice President of Field Operations at Azimuth
Systems. "This solution enhances the consideration of real-world conditions in the laboratory environment so that
customers can test the signalling and data behaviour of LTE devices in a faster and more cost-efficient way."
*Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM)
**Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO)
Anite provides a comprehensive range of critical IT solutions to the Wireless and Travel
sectors across the globe. Listed on the London Stock Exchange, Anite develops and implements software as well as
provides consultancy, systems integration and managed services to ensure that our customers operate effectively
and securely. By using the latest technologies to deliver quality and cost-effective solutions, Anite meets
customers’ specific requirements and realises tangible results for its clients.
Anite Telecoms offers
rigorous yet simplified device testing, accelerating new devices to market. A global market leader, Anite has over
20 years of experience providing cutting-edge technology to device manufacturers, operators and test laboratories.
Anite was the first company to verify LTE conformance test cases in 2009 and has consistently remained at the
forefront of the handset testing industry. Its highly flexible and reliable software solutions make Anite a key
partner to the major Telecoms manufacturers and operators. With a diverse team focused on exceeding expectations,
Anite draws upon worldwide expertise and is enthusiastic about the future of LTE.
Headquartered in the UK,
Anite employs around 500 staff in 13 countries across Europe, America, Asia and the Middle East. For more
information, please visit www.anite.com
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