(NASDAQ:RSYS), a leading provider of embedded wireless infrastructure solutions, today announced that its MPX-12000 has won the Best of 4G Award for Mobile Broadband Technology Innovation. The
, developed on Radisys’ T-Series
open platform technologies, is a broadband Multimedia Resource Function (MRF) for large LTE IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) deployments. An IMS network with the MPX-12000 enables operators to generate communication service revenues from the explosion in mobile video traffic over 4G or LTE.
Radisys’ MPX-12000 was chosen as the Mobile Broadband Technology Innovation winner because it provides operators with 3-10x capacity increases over existing technology to meet the exponential growth of video services in a 4G or LTE mobile network. This award-winning technology provides the scalable IP media processing required for Voice over LTE (VoLTE) with HD audio, video streaming, mobile HD video conferencing, IP-to-IP transcoding, multimedia value-added services (VAS) and other revenue-generating LTE mobile services. The Radisys MPX-12000 is now shipping, with systems already delivered to some Radisys customers for IMS interoperability testing and early pilot trials.
“Awards that honor innovation, such as this prestigious Best of 4G Award, are a true testament to the exciting technology our team at Radisys creates every day,” said Manish Singh, CTO, Radisys. “With a clear focus on what our customers need, we built the MPX-12000 to enable mobile operators to monetize their networks now.”
“The Best of 4G Awards celebrates excellence in 4G innovation,” says Joe Braue, General Manager of 4G World. “The caliber of entries received in this year’s awards was very high, and we congratulate Radisys for demonstrating outstanding innovation and leadership with its MPX-12000.”
The Best of 4G Awards, now in its fourth year, recognize businesses and organizations that are leading innovation and driving the adoption of 4G mobile broadband. The awards program includes a wide range of categories and is open to all members of the mobile ecosystem. All submissions are reviewed by an independent panel of judges comprised of the industry’s leading analysts and academics.