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January 27, 2014 - Compliant to 3GPP Release 11, ALPS 520 customizable LTE modem stack offers modular architecture and well-defined interfaces targeting such markets and applications as machine-to-machine (M2M) devices, LTE backhaul, relay nodes, routers, and gateways. Included tools — Trace, ASN.1, SE-RTOS™ — help accelerate product development and reduce third party licensing expense. This non-captive, independent, and flexible solution also includes customizable L1 adaptation layer APIs.

NextG-Com Announces First LTE Protocol Stack to Target M2M and Special Applications


NextG-Com
2nd Floor, Elizabeth House, 50-60 London Road
Staines Upon Thames, United Kingdom



Press release date: January 21, 2014

ALPS 520 is customizable LTE modem stack compliant to 3GPP Release 11

STAINES, England -- NextG-Com, an expert in embedded software products and services for LTE, M2M and satellite communications, has announced today the launch of a LTE protocol stack designed to meet the needs of target niche and special markets such as machine-to machine (M2M) devices, LTE backhaul, relay nodes, routers and gateways.

ALPS 520 is the first Release 11 compliant LTE protocol stack product designed with modular architecture and well-defined interfaces targeted for these diverse markets and applications, which range from low memory and low cost M2M applications to high performance special applications, with or without mobility. ALPS 520 is fully tested against 3GPP conformance tests as well as non-3GPP test cases.

"Most current LTE solutions do not provide the flexibility and differentiation needed by very diverse emerging industry requirements," said Denis Bidinost, CEO of NextG-Com. "ALPS 520 and its future derivatives are designed to provide the highly customized connectivity solution that these markets demand "

ALPS 520 has been tested against 3GPP standard conformance test cases and includes a host of tools - Trace, ASN.1, SE-RTOS(TM) - that help to accelerate product development and reduce third party licensing costs. This makes it ideally suited as a non-captive, independent and flexible solution for niche and special LTE markets including M2M.

ALPS 520 from NextG-Com also includes proven L1 adaptation layer APIs which can be easily customized based on the different MAC and Physical Layer architecture. These APIs makes ALPS 520 easily portable to different real-time operating systems (RTOS) on different platforms.

About NextG-Com
NextG-Com Limited is a UK based independent technology development company specialising in software services and embedded system components for LTE, satellite and M2M standards. With a proven record of delivery, we provide our global Tier1 semiconductor partners, modem and device developers with protocol stack design services and full life-cycle software support, from requirements/feasibility study through to inter operability and live network testing.

Further details can be viewed at http://www.nextgcom.co.uk

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Colin Aitken
NextG-Com Ltd
Elizabeth House 56-60 London Road
Staines-Upon-Thames TW18 4BQ
Tel: +44-1784-462198 / +44-7831-111011
Email: colin.aitken@nextgcom.co.uk

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