Ecrio FlexIMS(TM) based Client Software and Altair FourGee(TM) Chipsets Complete Solution Integration
9/10/2012

Collaboration Yields 4G LTE Certification with Verizon Wireless

CUPERTINO, Calif., Sept. 10, 2012 — Ecrio, the leading provider of real time communications client software solutions for the mobile industry, announces the successful integration and certification of Altair Semiconductor’s FourGee(TM) LTE chipset and Ecrio’s Mobile Communications Client Suite (MCCS). This combined solution signals readiness to meet operator demand, accelerate the availability and reduce the cost of launching new connected devices on 4G LTE networks.

Built on the robust, modular and scalable FlexIMS architecture, the MCCS solution has been successfully launched on multiple operator networks and smartphone devices, and will be expanding into a growing range of mobile and connected 4G LTE device types including LTE machine to machine (M2M) devices and home gateways.

“This is a significant operator validation milestone of the successful integration of Ecrio’s FlexIMS based client software into our global FourGee chipset portfolio,” said Eran Eshed, Co-Founder and VP of Marketing at Altair. “Ecrio’s pre-certified software, documentation and solid technical support enabled the Altair team to accelerate the integration and certification process. Our strong partnership with Ecrio feeds into our differentiation in improving time-to-market and reducing the cost associated with new machine-to-machine (M2M) and 4G LTE devices.”

“We applaud our strategic partner Altair’s significant milestone of achieving Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Chipset certification and demonstrating leadership in commercial ready 4G LTE chipset platforms with pre-integrated IMS client solutions,” said Michel Gannage, Ecrio co-founder and chief executive officer. “Ecrio is committed to working closely within the 4G ecosystem to support Chipset, ODM and OEM vendors in accelerating their LTE product certifications and deployments with operators.”
 
About Ecrio
 Ecrio is the leading supplier of 4G LTE real time communications client software and services solutions for the mobile industry. Ecrio offers a comprehensive suite of standards compliant (3GPP, GSMA) Communications Client Solutions including Messaging Solutions (SMS over LTE), Rich Communication Suite Solutions (RCS, RCS-e), Voice Solutions (IR.92 VoLTE – Voice over LTE) and Video Solutions (Video Sharing and IR.94 Video Calling). Built on the FlexIMS(TM) architecture, Ecrio’s Mobile Communications Client Suite (MCCS) functionalities can be distributed across the LTE/4G Chipset Baseband Processor and the Application Processor, yielding optimal latency and power consumption. The MCCS has been deployed on more than 50 million handsets. Ecrio’s customers include industry leading operators such as NTT DOCOMO, SK Telecom and Verizon Wireless, and leading device and chipset platform providers. For more information, please visit www.ecrio.com.

About Altair Semiconductor
Altair Semiconductor is the world’s leading developer of ultra-low power, small footprint and high performance 4G semiconductors. Altair’s chipsets can be found in approximately 30 end-user devices – ranging from USB dongles to smartphones – built by its more than 15 customers across North America, Europe, China, India and Taiwan – making it one of the only TDD/FDD LTE chipset manufacturers in the world with commercially available products. Altair’s comprehensive product portfolio includes baseband processors, multi-band RF transceivers for both FDD and TDD bands, and a range of reference hardware and product level protocol stack software. Based on a novel, proprietary Software Defined Radio (SDR) processor, codenamed “O[2]P™”, Altair’s products are the smallest and most highly power optimized in the industry, offering an unmatched combination of flexibility and performance. For more information, visit the company’s website at http://www.altair-semi.com.  Follow Altair on Twitter: @AltairSemi

 

 




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