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Koreans Use Polaris for 4G Small Cell Testing

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LEXINGTON, Mass. -- Polaris Networks announced today that three leading LTE small cell manufacturers in Korea, have selected the Polaris LTE EPC emulators to test the development of their LTE Small Cells. Among them is a leading joint venture TEM company, CS Holdings and Contela Inc.

Commenting on this development, Aditya Saraf VP of Sales & Marketing at Polaris Networks said, “Vendors across the world use Polaris LTE testing tools for testing their LTE base station for not only functionality and performance, but also to validate the small cells for deployment-readiness in commercial LTE networks. I am thankful to our sales partner in Korea, Tricomtek Co. Ltd., for their unending efforts in making Polaris’ LTE test tools the test tools of choice among Korean base station vendors. We are delighted with the kind of response that our LTE test solutions have received in the Korean market and we look forward to more such opportunities in the future.”

Polaris Networks Inc.

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