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Newfield Wireless’ TrueCall® Can Now Benefit 90% of LTE Networks Worldwide

Newfield Wireless, a Tektronix Communications company and pioneer in next-generation Radio Access Network (RAN) geoanalytics, today announced the release of a new version of TrueCall®, its real-time RAN geoanalytics platform. TrueCall can now benefit 90 percent of LTE networks worldwide with its integrated support of nearly all major vendor network-technology combinations.

TrueCall is the only RAN geoanalytics platform with proven capability to scale and process data from 10s of billions of network connections per day providing clear visibility of mobile operators’ 3G and LTE network performance as the networks quickly evolve. Its scalability, combined with ease of use and well-defined data access, enables operators to utilize TrueCall to monitor, identify and troubleshoot RAN issues and apply data to other applications, including geomarketing and customer care.

The newest software release of TrueCall also includes an enhanced indoor traffic identification capability with improved geolocation of mobile subscribers that captures real-time subscriber experience. This is becoming increasingly important as more than 60 percent of mobile usage is from indoor locations.

Additional capabilities available in TrueCall 3.7 include:

  • An expansion of Location Session Record (LSR) support across all technologies and network equipment manufacturers. LSR provides standard access to TrueCall enriched data that can be utilized in feeding other systems or applications, such as SON.
  • Enhanced device analytics that provide detailed data for troubleshooting, improving subscriber experience and measuring the true impact on the network of any new and existing devices or their software versions.

“A few years ago, we came out ahead of the market with LTE RAN technology for network planning and optimization and this latest software release further solidifies our leading position,” said Marc Bensadoun, CEO of Newfield Wireless. “With TrueCall today, operators are saving money by minimizing drive testing. They are able to deploy one big data solution across networks and technologies, and they are benefiting from TrueCall in many more ways.”

Newfield also announced today with Tektronix Communications the post-acquisition integration of TrueCall geoanalytics into Tektronix Communications’ end-to-end applications portfolio, delivering a world-class, next-generation mobile network optimization and customer care offering.

See Newfield Wireless at Mobile World Congress 2014, booth 6D73.

About Newfield Wireless

Newfield Wireless, a Tektronix Communications company is a pioneer in next-generation RAN geoanalytics and a recognized leader in advanced cell-planning services. The company’s real-time RAN geoanalytics platform, TrueCall®, unlocks rich user experience and location data enabling mobile operators to optimize mobile network performance and subscriber experience, maximize service assurance, reduce network costs, monetize subscriber data and optimally plan network investments. TrueCall supports multi-vendor technologies and delivers an end-to-end network view, enabling operators to view their entire networks in real-time, one subscriber experience at a time. With TrueCall, some of the world’s largest and most advanced mobile network operators are managing the increased complexity, cost and operational challenges of LTE, VoLTE, small cells, SON, HetNets and more. For more information, visit newfieldwireless.com and connect at Twitter.com/NewfieldWireles.

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