Symena releases Capesso™ 5.1.1
Support for the latest releases of all major planning tools
Thursday, August 02, 2012, VIENNA, Austria
Symena, the market leader in automatic cell planning (ACP) released Capesso™ 5.1.1 today. The key developments for this release cover support by Capesso™ for all major planning tools including AIRCOM ASSET 8.0, Forsk Atoll 3.1.2 and Mentum Planet 5.4. The release also includes a number of other improvements to Capesso™ and Capesso™ Drive Test.
"Ensuring that Capesso™ stays aligned with the latest releases of the major planning tools is a major component of our business and a key deliverable of our maintenance effort," said Dr Martin Toeltsch, CTO of Symena. "For example in this release we let users of Mentum Planet take advantage of Planet's expanded range of options for controlling, manipulating and grouping antennas."
The key benefits of this release are:
- Support for
- AIRCOM ASSET 8.0;
- Forsk Atoll 3.1.2; and
- Mentum Planet 5.4
- Improved support for multi-network traffic sharing that is very useful for hetnet projects
- Various calculation speed improvements; and
- Support for Siradel's Volcano propagation model in Greenfield™.
Symena's core competence is the development of algorithms to improve the operation of the air interface of cellular radio networks. Where to put base stations, which equipment to use, and how to adjust radio and network parameters under a variety of traffic conditions and other scenarios are the key questions Symena answers. Symena's knowledge and experience are delivered through our high performance software.
Symena's products are used around the world by leading operators, equipment manufacturers and service providers. Its most significant customers include Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, Telekom Austria, Bouygues Telecom and Vodafone.
Symena is a 2002 spin-off from the Mobile Communications Group of the Vienna University of Technology, Austria using work started in the mid-1990s. The Mobile Communications Group is a world-renowned centre of excellence in the study of mobile communications.
Mr Christopher Millhouse, christopher.millhouse(at)symena.com
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SYMENA Software & Consulting GmbH
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