Bridgewater expands 4G partner ecosystem

October 2009
Telecom Asia;Oct2009 Supplement, Vol. 20, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on the move of Bridgewater Systems Corp., a mobile personalization firm, to expand its 4G partner and interoperability ecosystem for Long Term Evolution (LTE) and Wimax networks. Bridgewater said that the expansion is intended to build best-of-breed multi-vendor and multi-access solutions. It notes that the company aims to offer service providers network deployment flexibility and deliver comprehensive 4G control plane solutions.


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