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Altobridge Has Data-at-the-Edge Small Cells in Malaysia

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KERRY TECHNOLOGY PARK, Ireland -- Altobridge (www.altobridge.com), specialists in technology that cuts the cost of delivering mobile communications, has today announced a major new contract with Maxis Berhad, Malaysia’s leading integrated communications service provider. The agreement will see the deployment of over 300 new mobile broadband sites, delivering ultra-low cost 3G services to rural communities throughout Malaysia, which Maxis is undertaking. Close to 200 sites are already in service across some of the remotest parts of Malaysia. All sites are enabled with Altobridge’s latest mobile data optimisation feature, Data-at-the-Edge™ (DatE™), which adds increased intelligence at the radio base station level on mobile networks. In doing so, it dramatically reduces the cost of data delivery between an operator’s core network and the radio base station. DatE™ transforms a technical problem into a commercial opportunity, by making mobile data delivery smarter and more efficient. In addition, because content is served locally, the Quality of Experience is greatly enhanced. Altobridge Ltd.

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