Enea Element Selected by US Wireless Network Provider
Stockholm, Sweden, and San Jose, Calif., Nov. 8, 2007 – Enea (Nordic Exchange/SmallCap/ ENEA), a world leading provider of network software and services, today announced that a US start up wireless network provider has selected its Element™ high availability middleware framework to enable and accelerate the development of a 4G wireless broadband network infrastructure and WiMAX for a content service provider customer.
With limited funding, and under an aggressive schedule to build and provide a prototype, the start up was chartered with demonstrating 99.999% high availability, complete chassis management, on-device software management integration and support for CoreEdge/Emerson reference platforms, as well as X86 and MIPS or PPC architecture.
The Enea Element high availability middleware framework offered a complete solution that allowed the start-up company to get a jump-start on its development of six-months, while realizing the stability, reliability and scalability that the system requires. Enea’s risk-limiting solution provides a shared-risk, royalty-based licensing model, flexible payment terms and local field engineering support to accelerate development.
“With the funding and engineering constraints start-ups often face, it can be challenging to accelerate development processes,” said Johan Wall, CEO, at Enea. “In addition to providing standards-based, commercial off-the-shelf software, Enea also created a solutions team to focus specifically on the company’s needs, enabling it to begin the development process a full six months ahead of schedule and ensure on-time delivery of a working prototype to its customer.”