Radisys Corporation, a market leader in wireless infrastructure enablement solutions, announced the selection of its TotalLeNodeB software by U.S.-based Qucell Incorporation, for its LTE (News - Alert) portfolio. The focus is on the development of small cells with public, enterprise and residential access.
This system supports a maximum of 64 users. Radisys Corporation enables a dual mode, scalable solution with the delivery of high performing small cells.
The main reason for choosing Radisys’ Trillium LTE Solution by Qucell Incorporation involves the performance advantages and scalability of TotalLeNodeB software, compared to the next-generation silicon. This gives an upper hand to TotalLeNodeB software users, along with Radisys’ total commitment toward future investments for LTE standards support.
There’s also a commitment to application development for small cells, and this includes Operations Administration and Maintenance (OAM).
Radisys offers comprehensive small cells solutions ideal for LTE, enabling both TDD and FDD products. There is also support available for dual mode through 3G Femtotality, state-of-the-art software.
These separate advantages, combined with the company’s commitment to rapid deployment via local support, yields the shortest deployment time possible. Qucell chief executive officer, Mark Choi, admits that their choice of Radisys depended largely on their TotalLeNodeB software, which demonstrates high scalability and performance.
Another factor working in favor of Radisys Corporation is its well-planned roadmap, which considers delivery for both present and next-generation technologies. Qucell considers the choice of Radisys above everybody else – a most obvious decision, as no other company offers such an ideal combination of cost-effective and high performing 3G and LTE software solutions involving small cells.
Qucell explored multi-mode solutions that offer to carry their company to the future of small cells development before choosing Radisys.
Amit Agarwal, general manager and vice president of Software & Solutions, Radisys, agrees to this decision by Qucell to team up with Radisys Corporation. According to him, the extensive experience of Radisys with deployment of LTE and 3G solutions for small cells – combined with the flexibility of choices available regarding optimal silicon for small cells – makes Radisys an obvious choice.
Benefits to Qucell are many when it comes to leveraging the services of Radisys.
This partnership provides Qucell a chance to use the extensive professional services and local support for tackling the aggressive Korean market involving small cells products and solutions, as well as the global market.
At present, Radisys’ small cell product deployment is taking place in North American, Japanese and Korean markets. The future sure looks bright for both of these organizations.
Edited by Braden Becker