Nomor Research Awarded Prestigious Grant from German Federal Ministry of Education and Research

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Nomor Research GmbH, a leader LTE research and development, announced today that it has received a grant approval from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). The grant amounting to 489,672.00 € will be used for research and development of software for self-configuring 4G Home Base Stations comprising HSPA/LTE dual-mode functionality and being operated within the Evolved Packet Core network.

This grant was awarded through the KMU Innovation Program, enabling small and medium size businesses in Germany to invest in advanced research topics, fostering the commercialization of innovative ideas and thus strengthening the leadership of technical companies in Germany. The grant is split over a period of two years as a non-repayable fund and will be used to research and develop advanced algorithms for LTE Home and Pico Base Stations. These low power nodes, providing high-quality coverage and traffic off load in residential/enterprise environments and hot spots, are seen as a key enabler for enhanced system performance and user experience, dramatically changing future of wireless communication.

Nomor Research has been involved in LTE research and standardisation from the beginning and has used this experience to develop a base station protocol stack implementation. The use of Nomor's LTE protocol stack provides OEM/ODM manufacturer quick access to this growth market at reduced development cost with a minimum risk.

"We are highly honored by the award in recognition of our effort in this field" Eiko Seidel, Chief Technical Officer of Nomor Research said. "The fund will allow us to expand our research activities in the area of advanced radio resource and mobility management as well as functionality supporting self-configuring/self-organizing networks. The LTE specification will further evolve in future 3GPP releases to support more advanced functions using standardized interfaces part of an open network architecture. The outcome of the work will be integrated into the company's next generation LTE protocol stack products, strengthening Nomor's position in the market."

Further product information http://www.nomor.de/lte-protocol
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