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Signalion wins contract to supply LTE Air-Interface Test-Solution

(PresseBox) (Dresden, ) Signalion today announced it has entered into a contract with a leading supplier of cellular mobile infrastructure. This contract selects Signalion as a leading supplier of air-interface test solutions for LTE infrastructure development and manufacturing worldwide.

"Signalion provides standard test solutions for LTE infrastructure manufacturers. Additionally, Signalion is working with the LTE infrastructure manufacturer s testbed teams on a bilateral basis as well as in the context of LSTI. This unique approach puts us in a position to stay at the leading edge of LTE technology development and to provide progressive solutions with our standard products. We are pleased to help our customer reduce development test time and to stay at the top of the LTE infrastructure development." - Tim Hentschel, Managing Director of Signalion.

About LSTI:

The LTE/SAE Trial Initiative (LSTI) is a global, collaborative technology trial initiative focused on accelerating the availability of commercial and interoperable next generation LTE mobile broadband systems. The Initiative was formally launched in May 2007 by leading telecommunications companies Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, Orange, Nokia, Nokia Siemens Networks, Nortel, T-Mobile and Vodafone. Since its inception LSTI has expanded to also include in its membership China Mobile, Huawei, LG Electronics, NTT DoCoMo, NXP, Samsung, Signalion, Telecom Italia, Qualcomm, and ZTE.

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Signalion is an established provider of air-interface diagnostics solutions for 3GPP-LTE. Having introduced the first LTE test-UE to the market Signalion is a pioneer in providing new features and solutions in the context of LTE infrastructure testing.

The company combines the unique experience of many years of wireless research, algorithm implementation, and leading edge wireless system development.