Intuicell’s pitch was that its SON (self-optimising network) technology trawled mobile base station traffic data, and by analysing this, it could. Cisco Systems is planning to acquire Intucell in a bid to make its products more attractive to mobile operators as traffic volume on networks. Cisco Systems said it will pay $ million to buy an Israeli mobile networking startup, Intucell, that specializes in self-optimizing network (SON).

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Intucelo Archive Sponsored Infographic Archive. Netscout Video Resource Center. Behind the Scenes at Sprint’s 5G ‘Split’. Future of Cable Business Services. The company’s 85 workers will become part of Cisco’s Service Provider Mobility Group, and will join 2, other staff in Israeli units of Cisco, who work in the company’s two development centres and at digital media software company NDS in Jerusalem.

When it comes to IT security, big tech firms keep looking to Israel for their next buy. The self-healing technology could help to improve the overall network performance. Cisco’s work in Israel isn’t intucelk to tech, either.

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In an interview with he Israeli business daily CalcalistSamet said that the company was seeking acquisitions and investments in Israeli companies operating in the areas of data security, datacentres, virtualisation, and cellular communications.

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Speaking at a conference during his visit, Chambes said: Earlier in the year Cisco bolstered its network management tools for service providers after it acquired the software business of ClearAccess. In fact, according to Tal Slobodkin, responsible for the company’s acquisitions and investments in Israel, Cisco has so far invested in 20 Israeli start-ups besides the acquisitions.

On his visit, Chambers announced a plan to provide training — and jobs — for Arab high-tech workers through the Maantech program.

Network Management Intucell, makes advanced self-optimising network SON software, a field that Cisco increasingly views as extremely important, so it is prepared to invest heavily. Security How honeypot tech tricks hackers into chasing their own tails.

It’s a solution to a nagging problem that will allow Cisco to supply carriers with a software solution to overloaded cell networks, instead of just selling them increasingly commoditised hardware. Cisco and Israel go way back, with the company’s first local acquisition taking place in It can also detect when a site is down and reroute users to the intucll cell.

You may unsubscribe from these newsletters at any time. The Future of Cable Business Services. Israel’s 1Gbps fiber will show the world what superfast broadband can really do: For example, when Intucell’s SON detects too many users on a single cell tower, the system automatically adjusts the coverage by looping in assistance from nearby towers.

Israeli companies have furnished the technology used in Cisco’s keyproducts, such as the network management systems designed by Israel’s Sheer Networks. The Many Faces of Digital Transformation. In addition, the acquisition of Intucell furthers our long-standing commitment to cutting-edge innovation based in Israel”. Intucell, makes advanced self-optimising network SON software, a field that Cisco increasingly views as extremely important, so it is prepared to invest heavily.

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Cisco believes that network management is becoming an increasingly vital issue for mobile operators due to the proliferation of mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones, all of which are demanding faster connection speeds and are placing a bandwidth capacity crunch on mobile networks. Cisco Systems is going tobuyIsrael-based Intucell Systemsas the networking nitucell continues to enhance its network management intuucell. Intucell, based in Won, Israel, produces self-optimization network SON technology to improve 4G network performance.

SON technology performs multiple tasks, such as automatically detecting when a site is down and routing users to the next-best cell, or enabling cells to share bandwidth when network capacity is limited. So-called dynamic SON intucll can detect when too many users are connected to a single tower and tell nearby towers to expand their footprint to cover some of the users in the overloaded area. Some hope the arrival of 4G networks will ease intucwll capacity crunch, but this could be unlikely due to the increasing number of devices and the increasingly availability of rich data.

The company’s software lets mobile towers communicate with each other and respond to cell use overload issues by automatically adjusting network resources to cover imbalances. Israel’s startups are catching the eye of tech heavyweights When it comes to IT security, big tech firms keep looking to Israel for their next buy.

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