Amarisoft at the MWC 2014 for an LTE C-RAN demonstrationAmarisoft will be at booth 5K13. We will make a live demonstration of an LTE C-RAN fully based on standard x86 PC and Ethernet switch to RRH. You will be able to see what Amarisoft technology can bring to the LTE community in term of flexibility, reliability and simplicity. We will not use any dedicated hardware to run our LTE stack, just standard intel PC.
Amarisoft 4G Base Station out today!Amarisoft LTE 100 is a very affordable LTE Base Station running on a PC. It accelerates R&D process in LTE technology, bringing an LTE base station on your desk for one tenth of the price of what existed before. Small to medium companies can now test 4G UE with low investment. One can also build 4G demo or trial networks anywhere in the world.
Order it now...Amari LTE 100 is available to order. Enjoy the flexibility of this fully software-based eNodeB. You will appreciate the ability to tune settings to match the exact configuration you need.
Off-The-Shelf 4G NetworkAmari LTE 100 can be used to set up an entire 4G open network without heavy investment in hardware and Core Network devices. Make the advantage of LTE becoming real now. Amarisoft can support your effort to accelerate the insertion of LTE in your roadmap.
We are delighted to bring some affordable tools and software to the 4G mobile community to unleash creativity and at the end expand communications among people. Accessible technology is the basement of possible success story. We at Amarisoft are working on helping all size of company or individuals being a player in mobile networks of now and future generation. We hope you'll enjoy the opportunity.
After graduating at the ESIGETEL, Franck worked in the Information Technology and Telecommunication since 1994. He held various positions at Alcatel and Nokia, working on different projects, mainly IT. In 2003, he launched Remoteam to bring a Geolocalisation solution to the market. In 2008, he launched Elemasoft to deliver software solution around iphone and ipad in different fields. He recently launched a DVB-T set-top box dedicated to blind and visually impaired people based on the Netgem product.
Fabrice is a computer programmer who is best known as the creator of the FFmpeg and QEMU software projects. He studied at Ecole Polytechnique, specializing at Telecom Paris in 1996. Fabrice is an amazing person bringing creativity to the whole team.
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