Quebec, QC, Canada, August 25, 2016 – NuRAN Wireless Inc. (CSE: NUR) (“NuRAN” or the “Corporation”) announces its ability to provide an end-to-end GSM mobile network solution as a complete turnkey to small and medium-sized operators, a key addition to its portfolio of mobile network solutions.
Earlier this year, NuRAN, with its LiteRAN 2G, established itself as the leader in the 2G access network for “connecting the next billion”. LiteRAN 2G is a simple, cost‐ effective add‐on to one’s existing core network and made specifically for existing operators expanding services in remote and low‐population areas where there was no previous connectivity.
Newer operators face a very different reality, as there is a much steeper barrier to entry originating from the high cost of core network systems imposed by traditional telecom equipment vendors. NuRAN’s newly announced Nexus 2G, a full‐featured mobile core network, breaks down this barrier by offering the most affordable, carrier‐grade solution on the market. When combined together, LiteRAN 2G and Nexus 2G make for a complete end‐to‐end GSM network ready to be operated by small to medium‐sized operators with minimal upfront investment. The simplicity of setup and deployment also makes the solution ideal for humanitarian and governmental organizations looking for innovative ways to bring connectivity wherever needed.
“With the telecom industry opening up, we see a rising number of small-scale operators looking for an end-to-end GSM solution. Furthermore, as the International Telecommunication Union’s (ITU) resolutions on spectrum usage for the unconnected gets adopted by its member countries, further proliferation of green¬field operators requiring such a solution is expected.” says Martin Bedard, Co-CEO of NuRAN Wireless.
The solution is also well‐suited to existing operators whose core network might be saturated or outdated, preventing them from further expansion unless large sums of money are invested to upgrade. Nexus may then be used to carry all additional traffic without the need for a complete overhaul.
The end-to-end GSM mobile network solution is scheduled for trials at select operators in the upcoming weeks and the first unit has already been shipped to a customer in the Middle East. To learn more about the solution, please visit: https://nuranwireless.comd-end-gsm-network .
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