Anite unveils app for telecom network performance reporting

Telecom test and measurement vendor Anite today announced the launch of its professional network testing application to instantly test indoor coverage and performance of voice and data services.

The main target of Nemo In-Building Coverage Meter (Nemo IBC Meter) is for wireless service network performance reporting in the field.

Targeting at telecom operators, the Anite application enables their executives to identify network performance in premises, verify the quality of network performance and automatically report data back to the operator’s network planning teams.

“Using Nemo IBC Meter, operators no longer have to send out consultants to verify network quality at locations where business specific services or added capacity solutions are being sold. This can now be done by sales executives, saving both time and money,” said Anite Network Testing CTO Kai Ojala.

Crowd-sourced free data testing applications show a small sample of what is going on in the network and do not provide the level of depth needed by corporate sales teams.

Anite tool has a use user interface. Anite Nemo IBC Meter creates a report which can be forwarded to network performance team. The data can be refined and visualized in Anite’s Nemo Analyze post-processing tool or in any other post-processing tool supporting the Nemo file format.

Anite says the Product will be demonstrated at the Super Mobility Week in Las Vegas on 9-11 September.

At the show, Anite will also showcase its Nemo products supporting VoLTE testing, Nemo Handy-A for handheld measurements, Nemo Outdoor for drive testing and Nemo Analyze for professional post processing of measurement data.

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