Radisys and Benetel Partner to Deliver a Complete Distributed Antenna System eNodeB Platform

Radisys’ TOTALeNodeB LTE small cell software integrated with Benetel’s flexible eNodeB hardware platform facilitates the creation of a low-power, complete hardware solution, reducing mobile operators’ time-to-market

HILLSBORO, OR, U.S. – March 2, 2015: Radisys® Corporation (NASDAQ: RSYS), the services acceleration company, and Benetel, an innovative small cell eNodeB hardware platform company, today announced that they have partnered to deliver a Distributed Antenna System (DAS) targeted base station platform. The platform leverages Radisys’ TOTALeNodeB™ LTE small cell software and Benetel’s hardware platform, providing mobile operators with a complete small cell platform that can reduce their time-to-market.

Mobile operators are deploying Distributed Antenna Systems in stadiums, shopping malls, high-rise buildings and large outdoor arenas to support subscriber demand for high bandwidth, even in dense environments. The Radisys and Benetel low-power solution delivers a complete eNodeB LTE small cell base station that extends coverage and capacity to where it’s needed most.

“Radisys is a leader in LTE small cell deployments with more than 60 LTE customer wins, and its TOTALeNodeB software delivers both FDD and TDD functionality which will enable our platform to support LTE spectrum allocations globally,” said Donal McKeagney, sales and marketing manager at Benetel. “Integrating Radisys’ software with Benetel’s hardware offers customers an eNodeB platform that they can productize for their specific application and bring to market quickly.”

“We are pleased that our market-leading CellEngine LTE small cell software portfolio has enabled Benetel to build a platform that provides such a tremendous value-add for mobile operators,” said Tom McQuade, general manager of the CellEngine and Trillium Software product line at Radisys. “Our role in the development of Benetel’s eNodeB hardware platform reaffirms our industry leadership in delivering LTE small cell solutions.”

Radisys’ turnkey CellEngine TOTALeNodeB software is a LTE small solution that includes the necessary Radio Resource Management (RRM), Self-Organizing Network (SON) and Operations and Maintenance (O&M) functionality required for rapid deployment. It is built on top of the proven Trillium® LTE protocol stacks. An off-the-shelf deployment-ready implementation, TOTALeNodeB provides a complete, integrated LTE eNodeB application that is verified across the leading small cell system on a chip (SoC) platforms.

Meet with Radisys’ Small Cell Experts at Mobile World Congress

Radisys will be exhibiting at Hall 5, Stand 5I61 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, March 2-5, 2015. To schedule a meeting, contact info@radisys.com.

Meet with Benetel at Mobile World Congress

Benetel will be exhibiting at Hall 7, Stand 7F70 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, March 2-5, 2015. To schedule a meeting, contact sales@benetel.com.

About Radisys

Radisys helps communications and content providers, and their strategic partners, create new revenue streams and drive cost out of their services delivery infrastructure. Radisys’ service aware traffic distribution platforms, real-time media processing engines and wireless access technologies enable its customers to maximize, virtualize and monetize their networks. For more information about Radisys, please visit www.radisys.com.

About Benetel

Benetel develops leading edge and innovative hardware platform solutions for 4G LTE eNodeB Small Cells.

Benetel offers Small Cell OEMs the ability to radically increase the speed to market of the newest 4G LTE Small Cell Base Stations for a wide array of increasingly challenging applications. Using the Benetel flexible product hardware platforms (Radio and Baseband Modules) enables a suite of product designs (Femtocells, Picocells, Metrocells and Microcells) to be quickly deployed to market. For more information, visit www.benetel.com.

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