Nanoradio AB, with
headquarter in Kista, Sweden is a semiconductor supplier that has developed a
WLAN chipset, making high-speed wireless access available in portable
electronic devices such as mobile phones, cameras and mediaplayers. Key
features includes ultra low power consumption, small size as well as support
for audio applications.
Napatech develops and markets
an advanced programmable network adapters for network traffic analysis and
application off-loading and are an OEM supplier of Ethernet network
acceleration adapter hardware with an installed base of more than 40,000 ports.
Offering the technology that
delivers hardware acceleration and server off-load increases the OEMs' ability
to maintain their competitive advantage via programmable adapter solutions that
are flexible and scalable. Use of FPGA technology and easy-to-use software
driver interfaces enables fast integration and an excellent migration path for
next-generation Ethernet connections speeds.
Nash Technologies GmbH
Nash Technologies, based in Nuremberg and Stuttgart Germany, is a
high-tech company in the communication technology sector. Their services
encompass the development, optimization, support and testing of wireline such
as ISDN, IMS or IP based systems and wireless communication systems such as
GSM, UMTS and LTE. They also provide software development and testing, ranging
from .net web applications, through mobile phone applications, to embedded
software solutions, such as stack development for femtocells.
Neomobile is a mobile media
company specialising in mobile entertainment and mobile marketing services.
They design, develop, market and distribute digital content and interactive
services for mobile users in partnership with mobile network operators and
media companies around the world. Active since 2004, Neomobile is in the
Direct-to-Consumer (D2C) segment, as well as the B2B segment in designing,
developing and managing content and technology solutions and services for
mobile network operators and media companies.
Headquartered in Rome and operating throughout Europe, Asia and Latin America, Neomobile employs 180 people and is an
active member of the Mobile Entertainment Forum (MEF) and of the Mobile
Marketing Association (MMA).
Nera Networks AS
Nera Networks is a player in
the fields of wireless telecommunications and microwave technology. Established
more than fifty years ago, Nera is today a global company with international
sales accounting for around 90% of its revenue.
Nera develops and markets a
broad portfolio of high capacity radio products, and has extensive turnkey
solutions, meeting the complete transmission needs of customers.
Net Check GmbH
Established in the late
1990s, Netcheck provides a wide spectrum of quality improvement services
ranging from creating and executing measurement tests to comprehensive analysis
and optimisation. Using independent project teams they work closely with
customers to find professional and cost-efficient solutions for outsourcing
projects in the access network field.
As an ISO-certified and
independent service provider with long-standing customer relationships, Net Check
delivers an objective evaluation of mobile communication networks. Consulting
services in strategic planning and optimising mobile communication networks
round off Net Check’s service portfolio.
Newtec Cy was founded in 1985
by two engineers with a vision: Dirk Breynaert and Jean-Marie Maes. Their
vision has produced a satcom pioneering company with over 280 employees in 5
Newtec's goals are to provide
leading edge products, to promote personal employee growth, proactive
professionalism and respect, as well as to maintain financial profitability.
They focus on developing products and solutions to customers that will help
them realise their business objectives.he Professional Equipment business line
offers off -the-shelf equipment for broadcasters, network operators and service
Newtec’s Broadband Systems
offer high-speed 2-way satellite connectivity to large numbers of remote sites
which consist of a scalable hub infrastructure for the network operator and
cost-effective, fully integrated terminals for the users. Additionally,
Tellitec, Newtec’s family of Professional Telecom Software is designed to
optimize data communication via satellite, cable and wireless networks.
Nexus Telecom AG
Founded in 1994, Nexus
Telecom is a privately-held company with headquarters in Zurich,
Switzerland and regional
offices in Canada, Chile, South
Africa and Pakistan. With over 200 employees,
Nexus Telecom is a major OSS/BSS vendor delivering sophisticated telecom
management solutions to 2G, 3G, NGN and VoIP service providers and network
Nexus Telecom offers a wide
range of such investigation tools used to effectively study problem cases, to
collect and process transaction 'evidence' data, to correlate and combine
events, to translate and decrypt transaction details and ultimately, to solve
the case and fully restore the respective service quality.
At the beginning of the
1980s, Nokia strengthened its position in the telecommunications and consumer
electronics markets through the acquisitions of Mobira, Salora, Televa and
Luxor of Sweden. In 1987, Nokia acquired the consumer electronics operations
and part of the component business of the German Standard Elektrik Lorenz, as
well as the French consumer electronics company Oceanic. In 1987, Nokia also
purchased the Swiss cable machinery company Maillefer.
In the late 1980s, Nokia
became the largest Scandinavian information technology company through the
acquisition of Ericsson's data systems division. In 1989, Nokia conducted a
significant expansion of its cable industry into Continental Europe by
acquiring the Dutch cable company NKF.
Since the beginning of the
1990's, Nokia has concentrated on its core business, telecommunications, by
divesting its information technology and basic industry operations.
In the cellular and digital
broadcast infrastructure markets, Nujira’s High Accuracy Tracking (HAT™) Power
Modulators for 3G, evolved 3G, DVB and WiMAX broadband RF power amplifiers
enable equipment vendors to design flexible, power-efficient, smaller, cheaper
base stations and transmitters to meet the increasingly demanding needs of
operators and broadcasters worldwide.
For cellular handsets, Nujira
is working in partnership with established RF subsystem vendors to enable the
design of cost-effective multi-mode, multi-band handsets with extended battery
NXP Semiconductors provides
High Performance Mixed Signal and Standard Product solutions that leverage its
leading RF, Analog, Power, Digital Processing and manufacturing expertise.
These products are used in a wide range of automotive, industrial, consumer,
lighting, medical, computing and identification applications.
Headquartered in Europe, the company has about 29,000 employees working in
more than 30 countries.