Bangladeshi regulator taps Anite for QoS measurements and analytics

The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) has selected Anite to provide it with measurement and analytics solutions.

Under the agreement, Anite Network Testing will supply installation and commissioning of backpack, handheld, portable, and fixed QoS measurement and analytics tools for voice, data, and video services on 2G, 3G, 4G, LTE, CDMA, and WiMAX networks. The telecom regulator will measure a range of KPIs, such as call-drop rate, received call, MOS, call setup time, call success rates, and other QoS parameters.

The contract comprises Anite’s Nemo Walker and Nemo Invex II for in-building and outdoor measurements and benchmarking, and Nemo WindCatcher with multi-file-format (multi-vendor) support for network analysis and post-processing.

Siddharth Dash, Sales Director at Anite’s Network Testing Business, said: “Our suite of measurement products, combined with our state-of-the-art analytics solution with multi-vendor support, gives the Regulatory Commission the tools needed to ensure the Quality of Service of national wireless networks, regardless of the technology they use.”

Nemo Invex II is a mobile benchmarking, measurement, and optimisation system combining powerful intuitive software and scalable hardware designed to create a superior benchmarking solution for wireless broadband networks.

Nemo Walker is a portable tool for indoor and outdoor benchmarking and multi-technology measurements. It is an Android-based indoor benchmarking system that enables extensive synchronised measurements. It consists of a master controller and up to eight test terminals, and a scanner.

Nemo WindCatcher is an analytics solution for mobile networks with multi-vendor and multi-technology support. Nemo WindCatcher provides flexible in-depth analysis, reporting, and optimisation based on features such as call trace. 

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