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Mobile & Wireless

SpiderCloud unveils 3G + LTE flexible radio node

Monday 4 November 2013 | 15:34 CET | News
Provider of scalable small cell Enterprise Radio Access Network (E-RAN) systems, SpiderCloud Wireless has introduced an enterprise small cell, the SCRN-310, that can simultaneously offer UMTS and LTE service. The SCRN-310 combines an integrated 3G/LTE baseband and SoC from Broadcom with SpiderCloud's patented software, and can be software-upgraded to operate in two spectrum bands of LTE. The SCRN-310 is part of SpiderCloud's Enterprise RAN (E-RAN) offering, consisting of a services Node (SCSN) that can control more than 100 self-organising and multi-access 3G, Wi-Fi and LTE small cells that can be installed using the existing enterprise Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN). The SCRN-310 also supports 32 3G/HSPA+ channels, 32 active LTE users and 128 LTE Connected users and supports Voice over LTE (VoLTE). SpiderCloud plans to launch two models of SCRN-310 in Q2 2014, the first operating in BC2 (1900 MHz) and BC4 (AWS) and the second operating in BC1 (2100 MHz) and BC7 (2600 MHz). Support for additional band classes is planned for the second half of 2014.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Broadcom / SpiderCloud Wireless
Countries: World
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