The Telecom division of AITIA International Inc. is acknowledged as the leading Hungarian provider of telecommunications network monitoring systems, core network solutions and highly reliable application gateways. We provide advanced telecommunications equipment and solutions for GSM, GPRS, UMTS and LTE mobile networks as well as for IP-based data networks.
Our Signaling Generator and Analyzer (SGA) product family has emerged from our self-developed telecommunications interface cards inserted into economical, industrial grade PCs which can handle complex protocols and a very large volume of data due to our highly efficient application programs.
We supply full telecommunication network monitoring systems for UMTS and LTE, as well as complete application and testing solutions for the GSM and GPRS core networks. The wide variety of our signaling generators and analyzers ranges from EIR, roaming steering, roaming testing and SMS fraud detection equipment, which help maximizing revenue, to our USSD-based applications, which generate extra income by allowing easy-to-use value-added services for the end-user.
We customize our high end products for each of our market leading customers, including T-Mobile, Telenor, Vodafone and Invitel.
The main objective of the MANTIS Project is set to develop a cyber-physical system based proactive maintenance service platform architecture to enable collaborative maintenance ecosystems throughout the whole supply chain. Such automated maintenance systems can further enhance competitiveness and also deepen business relations across Europe. This Horizon 2020 research program is funded by both the European Union and the Hungarian government. AITIA, in tight cooperation with the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, participates in several research areas including fault detection and root cause analysis using data mining and data processing technologies.
The consortia consists of 15 partners from 7 countries, including network operators Deutsche Telekom, Telefonica, France Telecom, Türk Telecom and FON; academic partners such as BME, Politecnico di Milano, Lund University, CTTC; and vendors such as ADVA, Ericsson, and among others, AITIA. The project investigated new integrated approaches for the convergence of fixed and mobile networks by combining both optimal and seamless quality of experience for the end user along with an optimized network infrastructure ensuring increased performance, reduced cost and reduced energy consumption. Focus areas of the functional convergence include converged subscriber and session management, advanced interface selection and route control and the Universal Access Gateway concept. Structural convergence investigated optimal baseband unit placement, impact of radio coordination on design of access and aggregation, access technology options, and backhaul and fronthaul implementations. The project's results were presented at a large-scale integrated demonstration focusing on the functional and structural aspects of fixed-mobile convergence, at numerous conferences and journal papers, and in the form of a tutorial presented at HPSR 2015, which aimed at giving a complete summary of the consortium's efforts.