Nash Technologies

“Also, he does not see the many expected new applications that promise a profitable marketing of high network speeds,: LTE are less peak bandwidth of up to 100 Mbps per second downlink to a few customers in the focus, but nationwide mobile Internet access with downstream rates from three to six Mbps per second and short latency times for many customers in the foreground.” “Set against the backdrop of this timeline and the at the same time increasing volumes of data through the further growth of mobile data and Internet services in the existing networks, Markus Ermer, Director of R & D at Nash Technologies, on a sophisticated network monitoring: each network operator know that the networks need constant monitoring in terms of performance.” For him, it is essential to invest in the existing networks UMTS-based capabilities and functionality, response times and throughput to improve. So we lay the foundations only for the development of innovative applications, which can then make LTE a success”, so Ermer in Dusseldorf. That multiple technologies will coexist GSM, UMTS, LTE over a certain period of time, is for him no question. It was even more important to guarantee the transparency and the coexistence. To the relief of existing mobile networks, Ermer presented among other things a femtocell. The idea is that a spatially limited cell combines a mobile phone via UMTS across standard IP network.” So, normal Mobilfunkendgerate could use an existing Internet connection, for example over a DSL line. Software support up to 32 simultaneous connections and current broadband technologies, which make attractive their use in the business segment. Editing plain text ONLINE on the Hamdan 27 53127 Bonn E-Mail: