Milan, ITALY – December 22th, 2014 – PRISMA Engineering has announced today the creation of the NewCo PRISMA Telecom Testing. The company, fully owned by PRISMA Engineering, will focus on telecom Manufacturers’ and Service Providers’ testing needs.
PRISMA Telecom Testing will continue the R&D initiatives and the development of PRISMA Engineering’s suite of multi-terminal simulation systems over the radio interface (MsSIM, UeSIM, 3GSIM).
PRISMA Engineering will in turn focus on new business areas and products.
“This is a great day for PRISMA Engineering, which has enjoyed a steady growth in revenues and profit over the last 4 years,” says Sergio Troni, PRISMA Engineering CEO. “We have now the strength, knowledge and experience to expand into new markets with innovative state-of-the-art products. While PRISMA Engineering will embrace new challenges and opportunities, PRISMA Telecom Testing will maintain and evolve the business model and the values which have always been at the basis of our success.”
Milan, ITALY – November 20th, 2014 – UeSIM, PRISMA Engineering’s multiterminal simulation solution over the LTE radio interface, has won the LTE North America Awards 2014, held in Dallas (TX) on November 19th, as “Best Test/Measurement LTE Product“.
MsSIM, 3GSIM and UeSIM are part of the LSU SDR Family designed by PRISMA to test radio interfaces with different standards, using a common hardware and a modular software architecture. LSU SDR hardware and software releases follow closely the official versions of the evolving standards, thus being immediately available for deployment
In order to manage in the most efficient way the full range of all possible configurations for all protocol layers (i.e. RF power thresholds, interference, data transfer protocols, servers configurations, etc.), PRISMA has developed a unique Graphical User Interface called AirMosaic
A key requirement for all 3GPP standards is the interoperability between different Radio Access Technologies. PRISMA complies by providing multi-terminal solutions for 2G, 3G and 4G radio standards which are fully manageable by a single control point, such as the AirMosaic GUI