provide solutions for mobile traffic optimisation, subscriber data management, network virtualisation, traffic classification, embedded operating systems and professional services.
added that its software for mobile traffic management ensures the most efficient use of existing network resources and helps the operator to deliver the best possible customer experience at the lowest possible cost.
OSE provides the low latency and high throughput needed, in a platform that also provides a migration path for future updates, and the flexibility to support different CRAN splits.
has a long record providing the customer with uniquely skilled services teams for avionics systems, software development, quality assurance and design.
ElementCenter is a model-driven Network Management System (NMS) that configures, monitors and controls both Physical (PNFs) and Virtual Network Functions (VNFs).
will acquire the business assets of Centered Logic LCC, including its three employees and founding team and the IP rights to the ElementCenter product.
We are happy that this key customer expands its trust in Enea
and extends an increasing business in our favor, said Anders Lidbeck, President and CEO, Enea
As vice president, Enea
will be responsible for generating new business relationships and leveraging existing relationships for the pursuit of new tenant and landlord agency business.
OSE Systems and Polyhedra have had a working partnership previously, and the acquisition means Enea
OSE Systems will be able to make even better use of Polyhedra's excellent technology in the area.
According to the company, Enea
Linux 6 is optimised for balanced throughput and latency, is suitable for data plane acceleration (DPDK, USDPAA) and includes sRIO, IPsec, core isolation, amongst others as additional functionality.
"We are very proud that this contractor to a European space exploration program has chosen our operating system," said Anders Lidbeck, President and CEO for Enea
30 December 2011 - Swedish software provider Enea
AB (STO:ENEA) will sell its Swedish consulting companies in Stockholm, Lund and Linkoping to Xdin AB, part of French engineering consultancy Alten SA (EPA:ATE), for a total of SEK140m (USD20.3m/EUR15.7m).