L&T's LTE-UE passes Interoperability Tests
LTE or Long Term Evolution, is a new high performance air interface standard for cellular mobile communication systems, L&T Infotech said in a statement on Wednesday, Aug 18.
It is aimed to be the successor to the current 3G technologies like UMTS, it added.
The LTE-UE Stack is intended for devices such as standalone/multi-mode or tethered mode wireless handsets, data cards, USB wireless modems, laptops and ultra mobile PCs.
“The successful validation of LTE-UE in Interoperability Tests with award-winning Trillium LTE eNodeB software proves the compliance of the LTE-UE Stack to the 3GPP release 8 standards. Continuous Computing is the global leader in network access, edge and core protocol software stacks and we are happy to have demonstrated interoperability with their Trillium LTE product family." said Mr Isaac Sundarajan, Executive Vice President and Head of Product Engineering Services (PES) Business Unit, L&T Infotech.
“This achievement further strengthens our commitment to provide high-quality solutions in the telecom space and to enable our clients deliver world-class products," he added.