Telecom Lead India: Anite, a wireless device testing
technology provider, has expanded its presence in Indian telecom market.
Anite is considering India as one of the fastest growing
mobile markets in the world. India has become an important market for Anite.
As part of India expansion plan, Anite recently moved
into brand new offices in Bangalore with laboratory facilities. The expansion
will assist Anite to service a surge in demand for its testing solutions in the
region and to provide additional consultancy capacity for Anite’s global
Anite said it will be investing in key territories and
expanding its capacity to deliver value-add professional services. Recently,
Anite opened two new offices in China (Shanghai and Shenzhen).
Anite has experienced phenomenal growth in India during
the last twelve months and is proud to be part of India’s development as a
global centre of innovation and expertise in mobile technologies,” said Mike
Bonin, managing director of Anite’s Handset Testing business.
These new offices with additional resources, including
enhanced laboratory facilities, enable Anite to accommodate strong customer
demand for its products and services.
As the only comprehensive test lab in India, CanvasM
makes sure the requirements of the global terminal equipment manufacturers are
met with a fast-paced service,” said Sirisha Voruganti, CTO of CanvasM, a key
player in the mobile Value Added Services space and a long term customer of
Anite provides a comprehensive range of critical IT
solutions to the Wireless and Travel sectors across the globe.
Anite was the first company to verify LTE conformance
test cases in 2009 and has consistently remained at the forefront of the
handset testing industry.
Anite employs around 500 staff in 14 countries across
Europe, America, Asia and the Middle East.
China Mobile and Anite to facilitate global roll-out of TD-LTE
Recently, China Mobile Research Institute (CMRI) and
Anite signed an agreement to collaborate on research to facilitate the global
roll-out of TD-LTE technology.
CMRI will work with Anite to develop validated protocol
conformance and interoperability test specifications and test systems. The
cooperation will help speed up volume availability of TD-LTE devices.