MWC Los Angeles 2019
October 22-24, 2019
Los Angeles, CA – Los Angeles Convention Center
Booth No. 2502 – View Exhibit Hall Map
MWC Los Angeles 2019 is one of the newest and fastest growing events in the U.S. that brings together leading companies and influential experts from all sectors within the mobile technology industry to advance Intelligent Connectivity – a fusion of 5G, IoT, AI and Big Data. MWC19 Los Angeles will offer the most dynamic technology exhibition and an inspiring conference program that consists of industry leaders, influencers and emerging innovators.
Tecore Networks Executives will be presenting industry leaders with their state of the art 5G-Ready iCore® Core Network Solutions in addition to the Radio Access Network CoreCell product line.
Featured Tecore Technologies
iCore® Network Products
Tecore’s multi-technology iCore® is a mobile core network platform which delivers one or multiple core network subsystems for 5G, LTE, HSPA+ and GSM, enabling support for the most widely deployed mobile technologies in a broad range of applications and deployment scenarios. The common set of object code implements support for all protocols from a single converged platform. The US Patent and Trademark Office has granted Tecore two patents for its Multi-protocol mobile switching platform (US Patents Nos. 6,912,230 & 7,733,901).
Utilizing a carrier-grade, high-availability Linux platform, the next-generation iCore® provides a solution for million-subscriber markets as well as distributed scalability across any-size market. With integrated media gateway capabilities and a choice of standalone or distributed architectures, the system offers an efficient path to convergent wireless technologies and a competitive technology road-map for tomorrow’s markets….read more
Radio Access Networks
Wireless operators are demanding greater packet data throughput to service data hungry subscribers on their mobile devices and applications. Tecore’s CoreCell product line of Software Defined Radio (SDR) base stations addresses these requirements by providing scalable bandwidth options, enhanced modulation techniques, and MIMO, allowing for more energy per bit and more bits per hertz. These enhanced techniques translate into better quality of services, higher bit rates for packet data-intensive applications, and an evolution path for existing 2G and 3G networks as well as Greenfield 4G LTE and 5G network deployments……… read more