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Telsima Drives TRUFLE in the Race for 4G Mobility
Posted: 11-Oct-2006 [Source: telsima]

[Telsima intros TRUFLE technologies that can make any WiMAX subscriber device mobile enabled.]

Boston, WiMAX World 2006 -- Telsima Corporation, a leading developer of WiMAX-based Broadband Wireless Access and mobility solutions, introduces TRUFLE, its innovative mobility framework that promises a disruptive impact in the 4G market. TRUFLE is a lightweight architecture and software solution that enables the use of commoditized network elements, significantly reducing the infrastructure investments for mobile solutions. In addition, TRUFLE mobility does not require any special software on the WiMAX mobile station or handheld, such as is required with Mobile IP. Through the adoption of TRUFLE technologies, any WiMAX subscriber device becomes mobile enabled.

Alok Sharma, Telsima's CEO, stated that, "the Company has, in its TRUFLE technology, developed a standard setting mechanism for subscriber mobility within the WiMAX network, enabling re-authentication and session re-establishment for fixed WiMAX networks, and fast handoff for mobile WiMAX networks. The implications of this disruptive and elegant technology are profound. We are proud to have this 4G enabling technology implemented in our products today, redefining broadband mobility."

Bojan Bostjancic, Telsima's President, stated that, "with the integration of TRUFLE software within the Company's StarMAX 6400 base station and Telsima's ASN, the Company enters the race to 4G/WiMAX platforms with a product available today. This future proof platform supports basic mobility with the Company's OFDM-based systems today, and seamless carrier grade handover at vehicular speeds when integrated with OFDMA technologies due to be available in the first half of 2007."

TRUFLE manages the handover of services among base stations while mobile stations are in motion. During handover, TRUFLE maintains IP address and TCP sessions, allowing IP application continuity of service, and performs this function with no perceivable impact on voice, data or video services -- the mobile 4G triple play.

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