CommScope launches new LBS technology for telecom operators

Telecom Lead Team:
CommScope has launched GeoLENsLocate, a location
technology. The new technology is aimed at carriers to support targeted
emergency messaging for public safety communication and opt-in mobile marketing
opportunities, as well as social networking and enterprise applications.


location capabilities are limited to determining and updating the location of a
specific subscriber’s mobile device in response to an emergency call,
friend-finder” request, or other location-based application.


Locate delivers real-time means of integrating multiple subscriber locations
and allowing highly-defined, area-targeted messaging and more value-added
services. GeoLENs Locate accomplishes this by combining high-performance area
location geofencing software from Intersec and active, specific location
updating support from CommScope GeoLENs Mobile Location Centers.


Locate is aimed at changing the game for mobile location because it strips away
the remaining technical challenges preventing operators from delivering the
next evolution of targeted messaging and location-based services,” said John
Baker, vice president and general manager, Network Solutions, CommScope.


Locate is designed to access and use any mobile location method supported by
the service provider’s network.


solution is dynamic, yet engineered to avoid negative impact on network performance.
It supports 2G, 3G and 4G mobile phones.


Locate is designed to be deployed with CommScope’s GeoLENs wireless location
systems, which employ a wide range of software-driven network-based and
handset-based location technologies for macro-area, as well as indoor caller
location solutions.


CommScope to display three significant network components at
SCTE Cable-Tec Expo


Recently, CommScope announced that it will showcase
network technologies which will help operators to improve network intelligence,
technology and energy conversation during upcoming SCTE Cable-Tec Expo.


The company will showcase how these three significant
components of a network can fetch rewards for cable and multi-system operators
(MSOs) in cost savings and improved performance.


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