Radisys launches new software solution to simplify integration of LTE small cells

By Telecom Lead Team: Radisys, a provider of embedded
wireless infrastructure solutions, has launched Trillium TOTALeNodeB, a
software solution that simplifies the integration of LTE small cells while
reducing product development time in half.

TOTALeNodeB builds upon the Trillium LTE protocol stacks.
Small cell solutions supplement LTE coverage and help manage network capacity.
Telecom equipment manufacturers need to be able to provide operators with small
cell solutions that get them to market quickly and meet their specific

Radisys’ Trillium TOTALeNodeB offers an integrated LTE
eNodeB that is verified across small cell system on a chip (SoC) platforms from
Radisys’ silicon partners. The software is flexible to be used with any
operating system on any chipset, enabling TEMs to choose from a variety of SoCs
and transfer to a new silicon platform.

TOTALeNodeB enables TEMs to comply with operators’
specific needs, while reducing time to market and financial risk. TOTALeNodeB
is provided as source code so TEMs can customize and enhance the product to
meet specific operator requirements or leverage Radisys professional services
to customize it to the required specifications.

Moreover, Radisys provides interoperability testing,
technical support during the rollout, and ongoing maintenance to ensure the
integrated solution works with the operator’s network properly.

Using Radisys’ Trillium software allowed us to choose
the different elements of LTE eNodeB software that we wanted to use while still
giving us the flexibility to provide our own differentiation,” said Edward Ryu,
sales and marketing director, Dongwon Systems, a solution provider of wireless
and wired systems for telecom.

Using Radisys’ Trillium software has enabled us to be a
leader in the fast-paced Korean mobile industry,” said John Kim, CEO, Juni, a
femtocell and picocell development company.

TOTALeNodeB includes the Trillium LTE eNodeB application,
radio resource management (RRM), radio environment monitoring (REM),
self-organizing network (SON), schedulers and all of the Trillium protocol

With TOTALeNodeB, TEMs can choose from a range of
integrated packages on a variety of chipsets to get a complete solution for
migrating from 3G to LTE. In addition, we can provide any level of professional
services needed throughout the development and deployment process,” said Todd
Mersch, product line management director, Radisys.

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