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February 20, 2013
06:01 EDTIDCC, RSYS, MSPDInterDigital, Mindspeed, RadiSys collaborate to deliver small cell with Wi-Fi
InterDigital (IDCC), Mindspeed Technologies (MSPD), and Radisys (RSYS) announced that they will be demonstrating an integrated Wi-Fi and LTE small cell solution at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona later this month. The solution combines InterDigital's Converged Gateway, a licensed and unlicensed bandwidth management software with carrier-proven Radisys TOTALeNodeB complete small cell software, all running on Mindspeed's Transcede dual-mode processor. The Transcede system-on-chip is a dual-mode device with designated headroom available for value-added software, which fully supports both 3G/HSPA, 4G/LTE and Wi-Fi applications from Radisys. This enables OEMs to efficiently develop small cell solutions that combine HSPA, LTE and Wi-Fi in one access point.
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18:02 EDTRSYSRadiSys receives $11M follow-on order from Asian carrier
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May 19, 2015
05:17 EDTRSYSRadiSys enters partnership with WIT Software
Radisys and WIT Software announced that they have partnered to deliver a deployment-ready solution that will enable mobile operators to roll out VoLTE, Rich Communications Services, or RCS, and WebRTC to their customers. The joint solution integrates WIT Software’s RCS and WebRTC application server platforms with Radisys’ MediaEngine portfolio of MRF products. The combined offering supports transcoding for web to native VoLTE voice and video calling, and is currently undergoing trial deployments with tier-one mobile operators in Asia. WebRTC and RCS are two new technologies that are enabling communication service providers worldwide to deliver new services and revenue streams, while combating the growing threat of OTT alternatives. According to ABI Research, there will be 4.7B mobile WebRTC devices by 2018. Similarly, MarketsandMarkets forecasts the global RCS market to grow from $596.3M in 2013 to $5.75B in 2019.

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