CCww’s NB-IoT UE protocol-stack being validated on licensee chip-set



Bournemouth, UK, 10th September 2018 – Communications Consultants Worldwide Ltd. (CCww), global innovator of 3GPP® technologies, has ported its Release-14 NB-IoT UE protocol-stack to a licensee’s SoC. The system is now being validated by 3GPP-based lab-testing, ahead of undertaking full GCF/ PTCRB approval later in the year.

CCww’s CEO, Richard Carter, said, “We‘re using our considerable experience and expertise gained through seven previous protocol-stack ports to minimise the effort needed for this phase of the project cycle, whilst optimizing both memory and MIPS requirements. We’ll be starting the upgrade to Cat-M1 early Q4/18, providing CCww with the opportunity to support cellular IoT chip-makers world-wide.” Antony Cutler, VP Sales and Marketing added, “We are ready to engage with other NB-IoT chip developers – come and see our SoC demonstration at MWC Americas. Cat-M1 chip-developers should meet with us to discuss project plans - South Hall, booth S.1960E. Why not e-mail me to make an appointment?”

About CCww
CCww has been developing, licensing and supporting embedded 3GPP® protocol-stack software to leading global mobile players since 2000; more than 3 Billion devices have been manufactured using CCww technology. CCww is currently licensing a portable Release 13/14 NB-IoT UE protocol-stack, with extensive integration, conformance-testing, and support services. Visit: www.ccww.co.uk

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