NTELNorthern Territory Environmental Laboratories Pty. Ltd (Australia; mineral exploration and production)
NTELNo Toxic Effect Level (drug safety)
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"ntel and CellOS share a vision for telco transformation through enhanced levels of customer service, and are working closely to provide the next generation of solutions to accelerate provider success," said Kamlesh Patel, CEO, CellOS Software.
ntel's LTE Advanced network is designed on 900/1800 MHz frequency bands which, in combination with Carrier Aggregation and Multiple Antennae (4X4) technologies, enable maximum throughput rates of 250Mbps.
"CellOS Software's unique approach to creating insights on end-user service quality in a 4G/LTE environment is an ideal fit for the work we are doing in redefining the telecommunications landscape and transforming the lives of Nigerians with mobile broadband," said Kamar Abass, CEO, ntel. "CellOS Software's commitment to innovation align perfectly with our objective of helping Nigeria's people and enterprises to harness the power of broadband connectivity and maximize their productivity.
What's more, it has a 4G LTE radio that is compatible with OmaA[degrees] ntel's own 4G offering.
ntel claims its "Haswell" processors will boast standby power consumption 20 times better than the Core "Sandy Bridge" processors of two years ago, offering battery life two to three times better than existing Core chips.
The companies include, Globacom Limited, Virgin Mobile, Helios Investment Partners LLP, MTN, Smile Telecoms Holdings, Blackstone Private Equity, Ntel, Vodacom, Teleology Holdings Limited, Obot Etiebet and Co, Bharti Airtel, BUA Group, Morning Side Capital Partners, and Hamilton and George International Limited but a number of them baulked when it was time to back the expression of interest with a bank guarantee of $100m.
Ntel had 3,611 consumers subscribing to its products and services in October, showing an increase of 216 users to the September record of 3,395.
The Itanium processors will power SK Telecom's new billing system, a Linux-based system that supports the nTels Packet Service Gateway billing software.