Telecomlead Team: Tecore Networks, a global
supplier of wireless network infrastructure, introduced its LiTECORE
technology, delivering the world’s smallest 4G core network platform.
LiTECORE delivers the next generation core network
capability in a credit card-sized, Intel-based computing platform apt for niche
market segments that require the full capabilities of the network.
With LiTECORE, the core network is now available in
a size of that of a smartphone. Also, a complete network capability (core and
access) can be delivered in a platform the size of a notebook computer if
combined with scalable base station architectures ranging from femto, to pico,
to micro based units.
The platform supports the 4G LTE Core, including a full
EPC, PCRF, HSS, and IMS, plus a virtualized environment for
The LiTECORE -Core on a Minicard’ was conceived
with the smaller networks and operations in mind. This segment of the market
continues to grow exponentially in size and importance, and Tecore is committed
to our role as a critical player in their evolution,” said Jay Salkini,
president and CEO of Tecore Networks.
For private networks and government/military
applications, the LiTECORE platform’s pluggable module is ideal for swapping
system capability, configuration, and user-set while leveraging common radio
and infrastructure equipment. The form factor is also ideal for limiting the
SWaP (Size, Weight, and Power) – a critical element in these specific
Recently, Tecore Networks added Alcatel-Lucent’s Radio Access Network (RAN) portfolio to its
In order to create a comprehensive package tailored for
regional and remote mobile carriers worldwide, Tecore is blending the
Alcatel-Lucent technology with its iCore Software-Defined Core Network (CN).
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