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SoftBank, Sercomm, Rohde & Schwarz join MulteFire Alliance

Wednesday 20 April 2016 | 09:08 CET | News
The MulteFire Alliance, an independent, diverse and international member-driven consortium, announced that three new companies joined the Alliance to advance MulteFire, a LTE-based technology for small cells operating solely in unlicensed spectrum. The new members are Japanese operator SoftBank, networking equipment manufacturer Sercomm and test and measurement products provider Rohde & Schwarz. MulteFire technology expands the LTE ecosystem to new and established service providers due to its ability to operate solely in unlicensed spectrum, the organisation said.

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Companies: Softbank
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