Shares of Carrier Access Corporation (Nasdaq: CACS) jumped up today after its FLEXengine 2.0 news came out this morning. In mid-day trading today, CACS was up 20 cents (4 percent) to $4.94 per share on volume of 127,102 shares.
CACS announced in a statement this morning its total and complete optimization solution for wireless backhaul. With its FLEXengine technology and the release of its FLEXengine 2.0 software embedded in its solutions, CACS helps wireless providers not only optimize their networks, but perform optimization across TDMA (time division multiple access), GSM (global system for mobile communication), and UMTS (universal mobile telecom system) simultaneously, delivering a complete solution for all wireless technologies at a cell site.
“Network operators are increasingly strategizing about how to save money on their wireless backhaul costs,” said David Ratner – senior vice president of wireless products and solutions for CACS – in a statement.
CACS FLEXengine release 2.0 provides operators with software-defined solutions to save on backhaul costs today and expands IP network bandwidth for media services of the future. It is capable of optimizing wireless backhaul across the generations of wireless transmission technologies (TDMA, GSM and UMTS).
FLEXengine circuit bonding techniques are designed to overcome line interference and corruption on microwave links or copper circuits voice quality and call integrity. Network operators are positioned to improve network quality and meet customer expectations of always-on wireless services.
“Carrier Access delivers a single solution that can drive operational and capital expenditure savings across 2G, 2.5G, and 3G networks, in both vendor-agnostic and vendor-specific modes, making it the most complete solution on the market today,” concluded Ratner.
CACS provides consolidated access technology designed to streamline the communication network operations of wireless and wireline carriers, cable operators, enterprises and government agencies. CACS products enable customers to consolidate and upgrade access capacity and implement converged IP services, while lowering costs and accelerating service revenue.