Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Radisys, Octasic and Quortus Partner on Multi-Radio Network-in-a-Box

Radisys, along with Octasic and Quortus, announced a Multi-Radio 4G/3G/2G Network-in-a-Box targeted for the military and public safety organizations. The joint solution enables the rapid deployment of an end-to-end LTE network in a compact, ruggedized form factor.  The idea is to enable military and public safety professionals to rapidly deploy a complete portable network anywhere, whether in a UAV, a vehicle or a backpack. The network can support up to 32 active users by leveraging LTE technology.

The Multi-Radio Network-in-a-Box integrates Radisys’ field-hardened CellEngine TOTALeNodeB LTE small cell software and Femtotality 3G small cell software with Octasic’s OCTBTS platforms and Quortus’ ECX Tactical virtualized EPC (Evolved Packet Core) solution.

“As the leaders in small cell software with more than 80 deployments worldwide, we’re skilled at working with any organization that needs reliable, secure and portable communications technology. We’re excited about this new Multi-Radio Network-in-a-Box that encompasses Octasic’s value proposition to deliver base stations that meet the military’s strict size, weight and power requirements and adds Quortus’ virtualized core for a complete end-to-end LTE network solution,” stated Tom McQuade, general manager, CellEngine and Trillium Software, Radisys.

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