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  • Comprehensive IoT network planning support now available in TEOCO’s ASSET suite

    TEOCO announces comprehensive support for the planning of next-generation IoT networks. TEOCO’s market-leading network planning solution, ASSET Radio, now supports emerging IoT standards including NB-IoT, LTE-M and unlicensed LPWA technologies such as LoRa and Sigfox.

  • TEOCO launches Mentor 9.6 to further enhance LTE network support and optimization

    The new version of Mentor provides enhanced and extended Huawei LTE network support, making it the most comprehensive offering for automated multi-vendor and multi-technology network optimization

  • TEOCO enables early 5G modelling with ASSET Design network tool

    TEOCO, the leading provider of engineering, assurance and analytics solutions to communications service providers (CSPs) worldwide, today announced that ASSET Design, its automated network design tool, can now be used by operators to evaluate 5G deployment scenarios based on current and forthcoming network technologies

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  • In the Media

    TEOCO runs a global media and analyst programme and works closely with the telecoms press and analysts.  

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Latest White Paper

M2M growth necessitates a new approach to network planning and optimisation

TEOCO commissioned Machina Research, the world's leading provider of strategic advice on the newly emerging M2M, IoT and Big Data markets to investigate the network management challenges that M2M will pose to mobile operators. The research findings are outlined in a white paper entitled 'M2M growth necessitates a new approach to network planning and optimisation'.

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“Connected cars, as with other M2M devices, don’t behave like smartphones,” said Matt Hatton, founder and CEO, Machina Research. “They represent a very diverse set of challenges to operators through highly varying network traffic patterns at different times of the day.”