Axxcelera Broadband Wireless Announces AxxceLTE™ Evolved Packet Core (EPC)
Chicago October 30, 2012 — Axxcelera Broadband Wireless, a Moseley company and premier provider of broadband wireless communications products and technologies, announced today the introduction of the AxxceLTE™ micro Evolved Packet Core (μEPC). The AxxceLTE™ μEPC is a compact cost-optimized all-in-one alternative to traditional segmented EPC products. It integrates MME, S-GW, P-GW and HSS functionality into a single platform and support 3GPP compliant LTE external interfaces. It runs on a range of industry standard hardware under the Linux operating system. This allows customers to choose the hardware platform that is most appropriate for their application. The base system supports up to 5,000 UEs and 10 eNodeBs, expandable up to 10,000 UEs and 100 eNodeBs.
Jamal Hamdani, president and CEO of Axxcelera said: "During our initial assessment of the LTE technology and markets, it became clear that for a number of customers the traditional EPC represented a significant barrier to entry. The design goal for our EPC was to provide a creative solution to this problem by designing a compact, all-integrated and cost efficient EPC system with the essential features that can help fast track our customers' entry into the LTE market. I am very pleased with the result, not only does our μEPC meet the design objective, but it also surpasses it in performance allowing our μEPC to be applicable across a wide range of markets."
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