Polaris Networks launches NetEPC, the carrier-grade LTE EPC solution at Mobile World Congress 2012

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Lexington, Massachusetts, 27th February, 2012 - Polaris Networks, a leading provider of networking protocol software and test solutions for Wireless 4G technologies, today announced the launch of NetEPC©, a new easy-to-use and cost-effective product from its carrier-grade line of solutions.

NetEPC© combines the functions of the Evolved Packet Core (EPC) including the Mobile Management Entity (MME), the Serving Gateway (S-GW) and the Packet Data Network Gateway (PDN-GW) as per 3GPP standards and is well suited for deployment in commercial Long Term Evolution (LTE) networks.

The highly scalable, integrated and cost-effective NetEPC© architecture will allow network operators to deploy 4G LTE services in a manner that will reduce signaling overhead, distribute the session management load, simplify network management and deliver high Quality of Experience (QoE) to users.

Polaris Networks delivers the NetEPC© on a single carrier-class, high-available platform, ideally suited for use in smaller Tier II and III networks as well as private LTE networks like the emergency response networks used for public safety.

Polaris Networks NetEPC© can work in numerous scenarios including small-to-large local and regional networks. Designed to support single cell deployments for military or disaster response applications, the NetEPC© is not only interoperable with other LTE networks using standardized 3GPP interfaces but also with 2G/3G Serving GPRS Support Node (SGSN) to support inter-RAT operation.

Polaris Networks will be exhibiting the NetEPC© solution at their booth #2.1B12 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona from 27th February to 1st March, 2012.

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