Adax and Public Wireless' small cell systems tested for interoperability
Adax and Public Wireless have announced the successful Inter-Operability Test (IOT) between the Adax EPC small footprint network core and the Public Wireless MUGU eNodeB platform.
Public Wireless' low power, and compact MultiRAN pico basestation products support 3G UTMS, LTE, and xCDMA applications in all licensed bands. The latest LTE platforms support 1/4W, 1W, and 4W solutions for indoor enterprise, metro/urban and remote/rural applications respectively with advanced SON capabilities.
The AdaxEPC combines LTE software with the Adax Application Ready ATCA Platforms, Adax PacketRunner and Packet-AMC is a LTE mobility platform supporting up to 200,000 subscribers with high data throughput. The AdaxEPC consists of MME, SGW, PGW, HSS and PCRF components.
“Adax is very pleased to demonstrate interworking capability with Public Wireless Small Cell technology,” said Adax President, Barry Zuckerman, Ph.D. “The marketplace is calling for affordable LTE solutions that can grow and scale with customer needs. This combination of AdaxEPC and PW MUGU brings a powerful answer to that problem.”
“We are very pleased to partner with Adax and combine our synergies to offer mobile operators, worldwide, a complete “end-to-end” small cell solution based upon our leading edge MUGU pico cell platforms and Adax’s EPC core infrastructure solutions,” said Len Eisenstein, Public Wireless VP of Sales.