Enode

E`node´


v. t.1.To clear of knots; to make clear.
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Basically, femtocell are based on Access Point Base Station and it is called as Home Node B (HNB) or in other term as Home eNode B (HeNB) [6].
It features next-generation firewalling for packet core security; encryption from the eNode B to small cells, for secure data backhaul; and enables intelligent mobile data offloading to WiFi networks.
Integration of the eNode B Base Station and Security Products has enabled new business opportunities in the Mobile SDN, networking and compute segments,” said Noy Kucuk, Vice President of Marketing, Networking Solutions Group at LSI Corporation.
EXFO's SoftHawk Protocol Analyzer, iPro probes and Brix Service Assurance system were used to identify issues arising from interconnect of disparate LTE equipment from many different participating vendors, including 4G user equipment, eNode B, SeGW, EPC, IMS multimedia telephony (MMTel), DRA and policy control network elements.
The demonstration shows how these products are a powerful, scalable design and test platform that supports the TD-LTE Radio Access Network (RAN) eNode B stations and User Equipment (UE) development lifecycle-from early physical layer and protocol development to conformance test.
An LTE Small Cell, also known as a Home eNode B (HeNB) or a femto cell, provides LTE base-station functionality in a very small, cost-effective form factor, ensuring the highest data capacity and RF coverage for business and home users.
Featuring next-generation firewalling for packet core security; encryption from the eNode B to small cells, for safe data backhaul; it allows intelligent mobile data offloading to WiFi networks.
The visiongain author of The Small Cells Market 2012-2017 report commented that "More recently, with the widespread rollout of 4G LTE technologies there has been a renewed vigour in the deployment of 4G small cells in the form of public space femto cells and mini eNode base stations, in order to keep up with the increasing capacity and backhaul requirements for ubiquitous access to mobile broadband at 4G speeds.
Building on the existing support of the iCore for 3G technology, the Tier 1 eNode for 4G LTE supports the industry standard capabilities of the MME, PGW, SGW, HSS, and PCRF from a common software baseline, making Tecore a complete turnkey solution.
An evolved Packet Core network and three eNode B base stations, with three remote radio heads, is being utilized by Hub Telecom.
Continuing to protect TELUS customers against digital security threats, notably through the recent acquisition of Enode, which delivers advanced information security and risk management technologies.
The visiongain author of The Small Cells Market 2012-2017 report commented that 'More recently, with the widespread rollout of 4G LTE technologies there has been a renewed vigour in the deployment of 4G small cells in the form of public space femto cells and mini eNode base stations, in order to keep up with the increasing capacity and backhaul requirements for ubiquitous access to mobile broadband at 4G speeds'.