Bangalore, India, May 23, 2011
- Bangalore based Anvaya Networks Pvt Ltd
, announces LiteRAN TDD-LTE Micro and Pico eNodeB
Anvaya's LiteRAN Micro eNodeB
, supports upto 200 simultaneous active users with multiple services per user. The Micro eNodeB is available in single as well as three-sector configuration.
Anvaya's LiteRAN Pico eNodeB
, supports upto 50 simultaneous active users, with multiple services per user. The Pico eNodeB is available in a single-sector configuration.
The LiteRAN Micro and Pico eNodeB
are Operator owned, deployed and maintained infrastructure devices targeted for deployment in Airports, Malls, Enterprises, Coffee Shops, University Campuses, etc.
has been one of the initial vendors in the LTE equipment space to offer the FDD version of the Micro and Pico eNodeB and have now made available the TDD version as well.
India is now viewed to take a lead in the launch of TD-LTE broadband wireless services, possibly ahead of China. India as a market will possibly shape the TD-LTE eco-system for the rest of the world. Broadband Wireless Access is likely to be the primary broadband connectivity in this geography. “Addition of the LiteRAN TD-LTE Micro and Pico eNodeB in our portfolio enables us to play a vital role in the ecosystem", says Prasanna Gokhale, Director of Marketing at Anvaya Networks
About Anvaya Networks:
, a telecom startup, headquartered in Bangalore was founded in 2008. Anvaya has been an initial proponent of SmallCells for LTE deployments. Anvaya's LiteRAN
portfolio includes Micro, Pico and Femto products, each targeting appropriate market segment.
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Source: Anvaya Networks