These new orders include the first deliveries of 4G LTE small cells to a Tier One Telecom Operator demonstrating the relevance of broadband in rural connectivity.
NuRAN Wireless and u-blox Collaborate on a NB-IoT Demo for MWC Americas on a joint NB-IoT demonstration to be presented at Mobile World Congress Americas, held in San Francisco - Sept. 12-14 2017.
Nutaq, a wholly owned subsidiary of NuRAN Wireless, is pleased to announce that it has received another purchase order from NASA’s Glenn Research Center for additional software-defined radios.
Researchers representing universities from around the world and industrial partners such as Xilinx, Analog Devices, The Mathworks and Canadian operator Videotron will be in attendance to present and discuss a number of important topics in 5G development...
As the global telecoms market moves to deploy more 4G/LTE networks and looks to establish the first 5G networks, what does this mean for developing regions such as Africa, Latin America and South East Asia?
Raeanna Group is now committed to the deployment of over 1000 sites using NuRAN's LiteRAN 2G Solution in Nigeria over the next five years. This commitment is further to the May 25 press release whereby NuRAN had announced receiving an order for hundreds of sites from an undisclosed Tier One Operator in Africa worth over $4 Million.
NuRAN Selected by US Navy Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) to Supply SDR
NuRAN announced the official introduction of OC-2G at the 2nd OpenCellular Workshop in Nairobi, Kenya. The OC-2G is the third product to emerge from the Facebook lead Telecom Infra Project (“TIP”) initiative since its formation at the Mobile World Congress in 2016.
Quebec, QC, Canada, June 19th, 2017 - NuRAN Wireless Inc. (‘NuRAN Wireless” or the “Company”) (CSE:NUR) (OTC:NRRWF) is proud to announce it has been selected to supply a newly developed software-defined radio (“SDR”) to NASA’s Glenn Research Center. This new SDR is designed specifically for research on multi-element arrays and overcomes one of the major
NuRAN received an order of approximately $4 Million CAD for deploying hundreds of its rural basestations (LiteCell 1.5) for a Tier-One Operator in Africa.