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November 7, 2011
PLANO, Texas -- Tektronix Communications, a leading worldwide provider of communications test and Network Intelligence solutions, today announced new software enhancements to its Access Monitoring solutions, which help Network Equipment Manufacturers (NEMs) and mobile network operators quickly transition to LTE by improving visibility and analysis of their mobile network.
Based on data collected from the K2Air probe, the Network and Service Analyzer (NSA), with its new software release, is specifically designed and enhanced to aid NEMs and mobile network operators in addressing these new challenges with toolsets to accelerate the LTE deployment from the labs to the field. Its advanced architecture gives true end-to-end visibility to RAN/RF Engineers through the Uu monitoring interface provided by the K2Air probe.
“NEMs and operators are limited to the tools that they have to properly certify the transition to LTE networks and meet the pressures of time-to-market,” said Richard Kenedi, vice president, Test & Optimization, Tektronix Communications. “The new NSA software release promises to automate troubleshooting workflows that ultimately affect the NEMs and RAN engineers’ ability to improve the time to problem resolution. But what’s more important at this stage of LTE deployment is that we’re giving these departments a chance to become empowered with better information about their network quality so they can make the right decisions before going live with LTE.”
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