With an eye to expanding its involvement in the deployment of national wireless and wireline networks, Ixia announced its intention to join the Broadband Wireless Consortium of India (BWCI,) a national forum that gathers major players in the Indian telecom industry to discuss many aspects of broadband wireless access.
Ixia will help BWCI develop technologies that improve the performance, standardization, and deployment of broadband wireless access. The collaboration intends to deploy high-performing, stable, and secure broadband wireless infrastructures in India.
Ixia offers numerous services to companies around the world, such as optimizing 3G and 4G/LTE infrastructures for Carrier companies, testing network and data center resiliency for enterprises, improving security and training cyber warriors on behalf of the government, and aiding equipment manufacturers in speeding up the development of next-generation devices.
The Indian telecom industry can use Ixia solutions test and enhance how their converged, wireless, and wireline networks perform.
In a recent statement, Professor Bhaskar Ramamurthi, the chairman of BWCI and Honorary Director of CEWiT, explained that Ixia will be of great assistance in investigating new wireless technologies and finding solutions to their challenges.
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