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Mobile & Wireless

Aroso, TriaGnoSys offer GSM services for Brazilian operators

Friday 22 October 2010 | 11:11 CET | News
Brazilian operator Aroso & De Laurentis and German mobile communication provider TriaGnoSys will provide Brazilian operators and mobile virtual network operators with enhanced technology offering GSM services to remote communities in Brazil. The technology designed by TriaGnoSys and distributed by Aroso & De Laurentis uses satellite and landline connections to provide a complete GSM service, including voice, data (EDGE) and SMS, and is upgradeable to 3G and 4G. The technology is compliant with Brazilian certification requirements and uses a high power amplifier to extend coverage to several kilometres. Antenna options are available, depending on range, capacity and coverage requirements. The technology uses ip.access picocells and the Quortus SoftCore network services for remote switching.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Aroso & De Laurentis / TriaGnoSys
Countries: Brazil
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