Signalion wins growth award "FutureSAX"

Dresden, (PresseBox) - Signalion today proudly announces that it has been granted the FutureSAX award in the business growth category.

This year more than 60 companies - more than ever before - were competing for prizes in different categories such as best business plan or best business growth.

Signalion was among the three companies that made it to the final where it was selected as the best in the business growth category. This award was presented by the Minister of economic affairs and employment in Saxony, Thomas Jurk.

"This award honours the huge effort of our team at Signalion to grow in a complex business with high customer demands and expectations." Tim Hentschel, CEO, said: "We are proud that the whole exceptional Signalion team has achieved a worldwide reputation and customer acceptance as a reliable partner. It is now time to celebrate this achievement and to address the ongoing challenges in our in though competitive market environment."

FutureSAX is a German initiative that supports and connects founders of new businesses in different business areas and innovative technologies in Saxony.

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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.

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