An agreement between the two companies will see the addition of Lime’s Software Defined Radio products and applications into the solutions portfolio offering of AWTG Ltd.
AWTG’s founder and CEO Abbey Alidoosti commented: “The partnership with Lime will allow us to extend the range and breadth of services that we offer to our clients and enables them to take advantage of such technology innovations”.
He added: “As we see the move towards 5G and mass deployment of IoT devices, software defined radio solutions based on commodity hardware will be the key factor in ensuring deployment at scale”.
Ebrahim Bushehri, CEO of Lime said in an statement: “We are very excited to be working closely with AWTG and having our products and solutions as part of their offering.
“This partnership will provide highly cost effective, software-driven infrastructure networks covering varied applications as diverse as disaster recovery, remote connectivity and Enterprise network as a service to name a few.”
Image caption: The LimeNET Mini (pictured) and LimeNET wide area network uses cutting edge software defined radio technology to allow wireless technology companies developers to implement new networks based on an app approach. The LimeNET Crowd Supply campaign, launched recently, can be found here.
AWTG is a leading telecommunications services and IoT platform provider specialising in Networks, Smart Infrastructure, IoT and M2M solutions. We deliver a full range of business to business and network related services that are both cost-effective, scalable and deliver a rapid return on investment. AWTG works with our clients to quickly identify needs, design and deploy efficient solutions, drive benefit realisation and provide on-going maintenance and customer care services. Please see our website www.awtg.co.uk
About Lime Microsystems:
Lime Microsystems is the world’s leading designer and manufacturer of field programmable RF transceivers.
The company’s software configurable chips can run any mobile standard and any mobile frequency and have been used in a vast array of systems including mobile base stations and small cells, SDR platforms, indoor navigation and machine-to-machine communication systems.
Further information is available at www.limemicro.com.