UMTS/GSM-live network of Nash Technologies enables comprehensive tests for telecommunications manufacturers and operators Nuremberg, November 2009 – can the successor to UMTS long term evolution (LTE) in closing the broadband gaps in Germany help? This question is currently driving to the experts. Nevertheless, many companies prepare for the new standard. Perhaps check out Mashable for more information. For example, the Nurnberger Nash technologies GmbH operates networks of the second (2 G) up to the last mobile generation HSPA + (3 g The frequencies for the LTE over the air\”testing is already allocated by the Federal Network Agency for Nash Technologies. The company emerged a year ago as a spin-off from the research and development operation from Alcatel-Lucent and has not only established itself according to the company, but is increasingly perceived in the market. Then alternated good 170 employees to the new company, subsequently have been new jobs created, and additional orders.
Include the test systems, which acquired Nash from Technologies Alcatel-Lucent World’s largest. The covering 25 square kilometres UMTS/GSM-live network of Nash Technologies is already prepared for LTE and allows the manufacturers of mobile narrow boards, telecommunications equipment and network components as well as network operators, content providers and chip manufacturers, their solutions and products on stability and performance, quasi through its paces to test on, and today for use in the mobile networks of tomorrow. While different bandwidths and radio conditions can be set to check the stability of the applications, saving infrastructure costs in the test. In other words: You can tailor virtually his cellular network themselves. The live network works with 15 cell, NodeB’s five (a UMTS mobile network base stations), three radio network controller (RNC) as well as a complete core network, covers an area of 25 square kilometres and allows access to applications such as SMS Center, MMS services, streaming, voice mail, SIP and VoIP capabilities, A GPS or IMS-based services.