BOLT! of Indonesia Launches New LTE CPE Powered By Sequans

BOLT! of Indonesia Launches New LTE CPE Powered By Sequans

BOLT! of Indonesia Launches New LTE CPE Powered By Sequans

LTE chipmaker Sequans Communications S.A. announced that its LTE chipset has been selected by BOLT!, the 4G LTE service of PT Internux, pioneer of 4G LTE service in Indonesia, to power an LTE outdoor unit (ODU) that is now available and shipping to customers in Indonesia.

Gemtek, world-leading maker of broadband wireless devices and a long time partner of Sequans, is the designer and manufacturer of the new device.

“Only BOLT! offers outdoor CPEs in Indonesia and the demand from customers for wireless broadband access is very high,” said Billy Abe, Chief Product Officer of BOLT!

“We are pleased to offer this exceptional new LTE-enabled device based on Sequans technology, that provides advanced LTE capability, including Category 4 (150 Mbps) throughput. The new device gives our customers a truly useful, powerful, and cost-competitive broadband connectivity solution.”

In addition to LTE Category 4 throughput, the new BOLT! CPE*, WLTQS-103, includes an Ethernet port, TR-069, and covers all of BOLT!’s LTE bands.

The chip inside the new BOLT! CPE is Sequans’ Mont Blanc LTE Platform. Mont Blanc comprises baseband with integrated high-performance network and application CPU, an LTE-optimized transceiver, a carrier-proven and mature LTE protocol stack, and a comprehensive software package. Designed for the highest performance and efficiency as a standalone, single mode 4G LTE solution, Mont Blanc is a powerful, compact, and cost-effective LTE connectivity solution for feature-rich, high performance mobile devices. Mont Blanc is a member of Sequans’ StreamrichLTE™ family of products for broadband devices.

“We are excited to see our Mont Blanc technology reaching customers in Indonesia via Bolt’s new CPE,” said Hugues Waldburger, VP of Sequans’ Broadband business unit. “We believe that BOLT! customers in Indonesia will be delighted by the CPE’s very high performance that will make internet access much quicker and easier.”

*Customer Premises Equipment

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3D-printed miniature roller coaster powered by Arduino Mega

While many enjoy roller coasters, few can claim the same dedication of engineer Matt Schmotzer, who 3D-printed a 1/25th scale replica of Invertigo, a boomerang coaster at Kings Island in Ohio.

As reported on 3D Printer Chat, the CAD model took only a week to complete, but 3D printing this 4’ x 8’ creation took an incredible 450 hours. This doesn’t include the countless hours spent assembling and debugging it.

The coaster runs on an Arduino Mega, using 42 of the 54 available IO pins. This allows it to not only lift and drop the coaster, but also feature details like actuated gates and restraints to keep the tiny imaginary passengers safe.

Be sure to check it out in the video below!

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Certifaya, AI Powered App Testing BOT Launched

To keep pace with the ever changing technology, pCloudy.com announces the launch of Certifaya – an AI Powered App Testing Bot. Certifaya automatically tests the mobile applications over hundreds of real mobile devices and gives its users real time insights into the app behavior and  performance.

The app implements artificial intelligence driven technologies. It lets the users run a test for the applications from anywhere across the world through the cloud based Real mobile Device farm.

Certifaya’s analytics driven testing engine uses deep machine learning algorithms to navigate through the app and monitors the applications for issues. The platform finds out problems and presents reports with critical issues such as crashes, memory leaks, high CPU, slow response time, battery drain and other key parameters.

Commenting on this development, Avinash Tiwari, the co-founder of SSTS Inc. said, “To build an All-In-One platform for Mobile app and IoT app Testing, we at pCloudy have always been using automation and artificial intelligence to disrupt the lifecycle of a mobile application. As Bots help in making software testing faster, Certifaya has been developed to help the testers test more efficiently and competently.”

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Cubic Telecom to Deliver Global Location-Based Services to Automotive OEMs Powered by Microsoft Azure

Cubic Telecom to Deliver Global Location-Based Services to Automotive OEMs Powered by Microsoft Azure

Cubic Telecom to Deliver Global Location-Based Services to Automotive OEMs Powered by Microsoft Azure

Cubic Telecom, a leader in global connectivity solutions for the Automotive industry, today, at AutoMobility LA™, announced it will use Microsoft Azure Location Based Services to deliver location capabilties to automakers worldwide.

At AutoMobility LA™ Cubic Telecom will demonstrate how its data analytics solution powered by Azure Location Based Services will help city planners, automotive OEMs and third parties to more effectively manage Electrical Vehicle (EV) charging station locations, occupancy rates and overall efficiency of the infrastructure.

The demonstration is just one example of the types of solutions being developed by Cubic. Over time, the Cubic Telecom data warehouse will be enriched with additional datasets and an array of APIs, providing city planners, OEMs and developers with near real-time data access for their own proprietary applications.

“Cubic Telecom is committed to the Microsoft Azure platform companywide for the long term,” said Barry Napier, Chairman and CEO of Cubic Telecom. “Azure is a truly global infrastructure that is flexible, scalable and developer-friendly and it has helped us to better serve our customers. Our collaboration with Microsoft opens up tremendous opportunities for our business, and we are committed to continuous development of solutions using the Microsoft Azure platform.”

Chris Pendleton, Principal Program Manager, Microsoft Azure IoT at Microsoft Corp. added, “Cubic Telecom’s rich collection of location-based data on Microsoft Azure provides the opportunity to consider a wide range of public and private applications for customers. We’re excited to collaborate with Cubic Telecom to explore opportunities with a focus on maximizing the many benefits for the automotive ecosystem.”

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