Mobile World Congress, 27 February-1 March, 2012 Barcelona, Spain
mimoOn GmbH - Pavilion AV109 on the Avenue

Duisburg, Germany, 21 February 2012 — mimoOn, a leader in LTE software products for software defined radio (SDR) platforms, will demonstrate its LTE software products for small cell and terminal developers at this year’s Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, 27 February through 1 March 2012. Highlighting the company’s demonstrations is mimoOn’s LTE eNodeB PHY and Protocol Stack, which recently achieved a first call.

In pavilion AV109 on The Avenue, mimoOn will be affirming its LTE software leadership with the following additional products on display:

• UE (User Equipment) PHY Software

• SON enhancements for eNodeB Protocol Stack

According to mimoOn CEO, Dirk Friebel, “The 4G small-cell market is poised for its first market deployments. mimoOn is working with top tier infrastructure vendors to realize LTE products for the end of this year. Our recent achievement of first call with our LTE eNodeB products demonstrates our clear leadership as an LTE software developer. In addition, to keep our customers competitive in the future, we are showing initial developments in LTE-Advanced and Self-Organizing Networks, which will bring improvements for the end user with faster data rates and will enable network operators to more efficiently use their infrastructure.”

The Mobile World Congress is the world’s leading conference and exhibition for the mobile industry with over 60,000 attendees expected this year. 

About mimoOn

mimoOn GmbH, headquartered in Duisburg, Germany, is a leading licensor of LTE Software IP for mobile devices & wireless infrastructure. mimoOn's portfolio of products includes Physical Layer (PHY) and Protocol Stack (L2/L3) for mobile terminals, small cells (Pico/Femto) and IP development in the areas of advanced PHY algorithms on multi-core SDR platforms, SON, schedulers and radio resource management. mimoOn provides a complete porting, optimization and verification service, as well as a roadmap to future 3GPP releases.