In: Company, Press releases 04 Dec 2014 Tags: , , ,

ATDI 4G CONTEST awards ceremony has been successfully accomplished at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (Fuenlabrada) de Madrid.

 

With the full support of of Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, the excellent presentations of Mr. Ignacio Urrutia, Gerente Service Demand Management from Orang and Juan Perdro Fernandez Cuartero, vocal de la Junta del Gobieerno del COIT, the awards ceremony has gained an overwhelming responses from all participants.

ATDI is proud of this competition which helps engineering students open their first page of career and make more possibilities on the use of 4G network femtocells.

Special thank to Javier Ramos, Director of Telecommunications Engineering school from the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos I, whose premises was held, also attended, during development, the presence of representatives of the French and Finnish embassies and Fanny Bergé, the photographer.

 

 

Carlos Aguila (ATDI business developer engineer), Javier Ramos (director of the University Juan Carlos I), Gilles Missud (ATDI executive vice president) and Hélène Person (ATDI iberica managing director)
Carlos Aguila (ATDI business developer engineer), Javier Ramos (director of the University Juan Carlos I), Gilles Missud (ATDI executive vice president) and Hélène Person (ATDI iberica managing director)
Ignacio Urruita (service demand management from Orange)
Ignacio Urruita (service demand management from Orange)
Ignacio Urruita (service demand management from Orange)
Ignacio Urruita (service demand management from Orange)
Mario Garcia (professor of the EETAC University)
Juan Pedro Fernandez (member of COIT -colegio oficial de ingenieros teleco-)
Juan Pedro Fernandez (member of COIT -colegio oficial de ingenieros teleco-)
Bertrand Bouché (French embassy counselor of science and technology) and Adrian Nogales (COIT director -colegio oficial de ingenieros teleco-)
Gilles Missud (ATDI executive vice president); Marti Floriach Pigem, Alvaro Lopez Raventos and Oriol Sanjuan Vivet (Spanish engineering students & winner’s contest)
Gilles Missud (ATDI executive vice president); Marti Floriach Pigem, Alvaro Lopez Raventos and Oriol Sanjuan Vivet (Spanish engineering students & winner’s contest)
Marti Floriach Pigem, Alvaro Lopez Raventos and Oriol Sanjuan Vivet (Spanish engineering students & winner’s contest)
Syed Fahad Yunas, Joonas Säe and Jussi Turkka, Finnish engineering students
Eva Hannikainen (Finnish embassy responsible of the press and culture) and Syed Fahad Yunas, Joonas Säe and Jussi Turkka, Finnish engineering students
Syed Fahad Yunas, Joonas Säe and Jussi Turkka, Finnish engineering students
Gilles Missud (ATDI executive vice president) and Hélene Person (ATDI iberica managing director)
Ignacio Urruita (service demand management from Orange) and Finnish engineering students
Mario Garcia (professor of the UPC University); Marti Floriach Pigem, Alvaro Lopez Raventos and Oriol Sanjuan Vivet (Spanish engineering students)
Juan Pedro Fernandez (member of COIT -colegio oficial de ingenieros teleco-) and Ignacio Urruita (service demand management from Orange)
Marti Floriach Pigem, Alvaro Lopez Raventos and Oriol Sanjuan Vivet (Spanish engineering students)

ATDI organizo la entrega de los Premios Internacionales del concurso de la Mejor   Planificación 4G LTE.

El evento tuvo lugar en España por ser el país del equipo ganador.

Los participantes en el concurso, más de 200 estudiantes, de 80 universidades de todo el mundo, habían tenido que responder al desafío que ATDI lanzó a principios de 2014 al proponer como objetivo la realización de una planificación 4G para toda la Francia metropolitana, un proyecto completo y complejo en el que se debían tener en cuenta aspectos estratégicos, de optimización de infraestructura y de despliegue radio. Para solventar con éxito el caso propuesto los postulantes pudieron valerse de las capacidades de los productos software de planificación radio de ATDI y utilizarlos con la cartografía y documentación que el concurso puso  a su disposición.

Por parte de la empresa ATDI, además de Hélène Person y Carlos Aguilar en la organización presentación del evento, llegó  desde París su vicepresidente Gilles Missud quien presentó a la empresa e hizo entrega del primer premio; mientras que el segundo y el tercer premio fueron entregados respectivamente por Javier Ramos, Director de la ETSIT de la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, y Adrian Nogales Director de Relaciones Institucionales del Colegio Oficial de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación.

Finalmente el palmarés de los premios quedó dispuesto de la siguiente manera:

 

  • Primer premio (dotado de 10.000 euros).    Equipo de la UNIVERSITAT POLITECNICA DE CATALUNYA formado por Marti Floriach Pigem, Alvaro Lopez Raventos y  Oriol Sanjuan Vivet.

 

  • Segundo premio (dotado de 4.000 euros): Equipo de la  UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY TAMPERE, FINLAND formado por  Syed Fahad Yunas, Joonas Sae y Jussi Turkka
    • Tercer premio (dotado Un ordenador portátil con el software ICS designer durante 1 año): equipo de la ECOLE D’INGENIEURS SUP GALILEE PARIS-XIII formado por Koskossi Mohamed Ali.

 

Además, cada una de las  Universidades de los equipos ganadores, obtuvo una  licencia de uso por un año del Software ICS telecom Education.

 

Por parte de Orange, Ignacio URRUTIA SAMPER (Gerente Service Demand Management) presentó la inspiradora ponencia  “A look into the future mobile landscape”; y  por parte del Colegio Oficial  de Ingenieros de Telecomunicaciones, Juan  Pedro Fernández, miembro de la Junta de Gobierno ofreció una charla motivadora enfocada a los estudiantes.

 

El acto, que había sido inaugurado por Javier Ramos, Director de la Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación de la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos I, en cuyas instalaciones se celebraba, contó también, durante su desarrollo,  con la presencia de representantes de las embajadas Francesa y Finlandesa.

 

 

« ATDI, where the futur is today »

La cérémonie de remise des prix du Concours International de la Meilleur Planification Radio 4G LTE, a eu lieu le 1er Décembre 2014 à Madrid.

ATDI, leader dans le domaine de la planification radioélectrique et la Gestion de Spectre, a lancé ce défi début 2014 aux étudiants d’Universités et d’Ecoles d’Ingénieurs spécialisées en Réseaux & Télécommunications.

L’objectif d’ATDI étant, à travers ce concours, de stimuler l’intérêt et d’approfondir les connaissances de planification de la radio, chez les futurs ingénieurs de télécommunications et entre universités du monde entier.

Les participants du concours, plus de 200 étudiants de 80 universités à travers le monde, ont travaillé en équipe pour beaucoup, pour mener à bien le challenge d’une planification 4G sur la France métropolitaine, un projet complet et complexe, prenant en compte les aspects stratégiques, d’optimisation d’infrastructure et de déploiement radio.

Pour se faire, ATDI a mis à disposition des candidats, le logiciel de planification radio ICS designer, ainsi que la cartographie et documentation nécessaires pour réaliser ce projet 4G LTE avec succès.

 

Mme Hélène Person (Managing Director d’ATDI Iberica) et M. Carlos Aguilar (Business Development Engineer d’ATDI Iberica), organisateurs de l’évènement étaient présents, ainsi que M. Gilles Missud (Executive Vice President d’ATDI) venu expressément de Paris pour l’occasion, afin de remettre à l’équipe gagnante le 1er prix. Les 2ème et 3ème prix ont été remis respectivement par M. Javier Ramos, directeur de ETSIT Université Rey Juan Carlos, et M. Adrian Nogales, Directeur des Relations Institutionnelles du « Colegio Oficial de Telecomunicaciones »

 

Prix décernés:

 

  • 1er Prix (10.000 euros): l’équipe de “UNIVERSITAT POLITECNICA DE CATALUNYA, España” composée par Marti Floriach Pigem, Alvaro Lopez Raventos et  Oriol Sanjuan Vivet.

 

  • 2ème Prix (4.000 euros): l’équipe de “UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY TAMPERE”, Finland, composée par Syed Fahad Yunas, Joonas Sae et Jussi Turkka.
    • 3ème Prix (laptop comprenant 1 licence de software ICS designer pendant 1 an): à l’étudiant de l’ “ECOLE D’INGENIEURS SUP GALILEE PARIS-XIII” France, Mohamed Ali Koskossi.

 

 

De plus, chacune des équipes gagnantes, a remporté un pack ICS telecom Edu pour son Université.

M. Ignacio Urrutia Samper (Gerente Service Demand Management) chez Orange Spain, a présenté la conférence particulièrement inspirante, intitulée “A look into the future mobile landscape” et M. Juan Pedro Fernández, membre du « Colegio Oficial  de Ingenieros de Telecomunicaciones », a partagé sa vision motivante du secteur Telecom auprès des étudiants.

Le Directeur de l’École d’Ingénieur en Télécommunications de l’Université Rey Juan Carlos I, M. Javier Ramos, a inauguré la cérémonie où s’est tenue la cérémonie de remise de prix du concours 2014.

 

Un représentant des ambassades de France, Bertrand Bouchet (Conseiller des Sciences et Technologies de l’Ambassade), et de Finlande, Eva Hannikainen (attachée de Presse et Culturelle de l’ambassade), ont également participé à l’évènement.

 

Les clients d’ATDI, entreprises de télécommunications du secteur public et privé, ont suivi avec un très grand intérêt ce concours innovant en la matière.

 

« ATDI, where the futur is today »

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In: Press releases, Services 03 Dec 2014 Tags: , , , , , ,

Digital dividend in Brazil (700 MHz for new 4G mobile services)

BIG COUNTRY, BIG PLANS

ATDI is helping to expand the burgeoning Brazilian economy with a plan that will enable people to watch television and talk on the phone at the same time.

Brazil is planning to re-use its digital dividend 700MHz frequencies for new 4G mobile services. These will be in a band adjacent to existing television signals and ATDI has been tasked by the GSMA, which represents the interests of mobile operators worldwide, to plan and model the re-shaped spectrum usage to identify and mitigate potential interference issues.

“Terrestrial, free-to-air television is particularly significant in Brazil given the country’s modest uptake of cable and satellite services. A lot of people would be at risk of being very unhappy if we had been anything other than entirely accurate in our planning and modelling.”

A complicating issue is that analogue television had to be factored into the equation due to the envisaged long transition to digital.

“It has been a very challenging but very rewarding task.”

ATDI has now delivered a report which examines ways to mitigate interference between the proposed new mobile signals and the existing and planned television services. It presents a number of options for ensuring clear signals including filtering and minimising TV transmission powers in channels immediately adjacent to LTE services.

“The advent of fourth-generation mobile services globally has meant we have now conducted this kind of survey and report in places from the mountains of north Europe to the icecaps of Iceland to Brazil, It is exciting to know we can develop techniques that work no matter what the terrain, the climate or the population density.”

ATDI Report

A copy of the full release is available via the GSMA website: GSMA

 

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In: Press releases, Products 23 Oct 2014 Tags: , , , , , ,

As EE continues to develop its 4G – LTE – network, its focus turns to operations in the 2.6 GHz band, where it needs to ensure its next-generation services for its mobile phone customers do not interfere with vital systems such as air traffic radars operating at 2.7 GHz.
Spectrum regulator Ofcom has produced an exacting framework for this process, seeking to guarantee both that safety is not compromised and that EE, which has committed huge resources to buying the spectrum rights and building its network, actually gets value for its investment.
As part of the framework, Ofcom is stipulating that not only must operators consider current radars but also future developments such as the migration of radar systems to S-band.
To help achieve this, EE has used ATDI’s flagship planning and modelling tool ICS telecom as well as the company’s 20 years of expertise in dealing with both the current situation and the one to come.
“There’s an element of politics here as well as engineering,” comments ATDI managing director Peter Paul. “EE needs its network to operate into the long term; air traffic controllers need radar to operate into the long term. Making those two imperatives sit together, particularly as radars move one at a time into the S-band, takes discussion and some diplomacy – as well as extremely precise modelling.”
A 4G/LTE signal has the power to saturate a radar receiver thereby rendering the system useless. To help customers avoid such problems, ATDI has built a new function into ICS telecom specifically tailored to the needs of EE and other 4G operators when trying to coexist with radars.
“The development of ICS telecom has been driven by customer needs since it was launched two decades ago,” Peter notes. “Everything in it now is of profound practical value to the people using it. That’s the wonderful flexibility of being a smaller company.”

 

 

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