September 22, 2020
Global Manufacturing on Local Basis : United Kingdom
Located in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, Amphenol’s UK facility is ideally located for manufacturing and distribution across and around the country, with close links to major road networks.
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July 9, 2020
Discover the NodeLine: Future Proofing Antenna Technology
Rollout for 4G networks has never been so important as they are today. Operators and their network planners are having to keep focus on legacy technologies whilst keeping another eye on the arrival of 5G. This has become the challenge for operators. How to plan a 4G rollout without forgetting 5G is just around the corner? They need to consider site upgrades, site acquisition and, if in a few years, the newly installed 4G only product will be swapped out for a combined 4G and 5G model. Operators shouldn’t have to compromise between successful rollout for 4G and future planning of 5G. There is a solution! Amphenol has developed the NodeLine product range.
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JUNE 23, 2020
Discover the Benefits the “Agile Titan” Business Model Brings to 21st Century Networks
Check out this article on Lightreading about the benefits a company designed for flexibility and speed offers the networks of today. View full article here.
FEBRUARY 11, 2020
Amphenol Antenna Solutions will not attend MWC Barcelona 2020
Amboise (France), February 11, 2020 – As the coronavirus outbreak continues to develop, Amphenol Antenna Solutions has decided to cancel this year’s participation at MWC in Barcelona. Of course, we very much regret having to make this decision, however it is the most prudent approach in the current situation. Our top priority remains the health and safety of our employees, as well as the employees of our customers, partners and vendors. The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is an important event for Amphenol and we look forward to attending again in the years to come.
FEBRUARY 13, 2019
Amboise (France), February 13, 2019 – Amphenol Antenna Solutions (AAS), global supplier of antenna solutions and accessories, is pleased to announce the start of a new partnership with SERMA – Advanced Wireless Solutions & Services (AW2S) for massive MIMO and active antennas. Combining AW2S expertise in embedded electronic for various applications and AAS know-how in the antenna market for cellular applications will enable the two companies to offer new solutions for advanced 5G antennas. Visit with us at MWC 2019 in Barcelona and meet our experts for RF, electronics and innovative base station infrastructure.
FEBRUARY 12, 2019
Amphenol Antenna Solutions: Meet the Brand New NodeLine Antenna Family at MWC Barcelona 2019, Booth 7B51
Amboise (France), February 12, 2019 – Amphenol Antenna Solutions (AAS), global supplier of antenna solutions and accessories, is pleased to announce the introduction of the NodeLine multiband antenna family. The NodeLine family is the perfect match for carriers willing to prepare their network for 4.5G and 5G operations. Come to our booth at MWC 2019 in Barcelona to learn more about the benefits of NodeLine.
FEBRUARY 4, 2019
Amboise (France), February 4, 2019 – Amphenol Antenna Solutions (AAS), global supplier of antenna solutions and accessories, will be exhibiting at MWC Barcelona, bringing together the creative forces of multiple business units to demonstrate innovative networking solutions for Telcos and MSOs.
FEBRUARY 2, 2018
Amboise (France), February 2, 2018 – Amphenol Antenna Solutions (AAS), in partnership with Airrays Gmbh, has today announced the integration of its active platform into legacy platform solutions. The move is designed to bridge the gap towards 5G by enabling an active antenna to be easily introduced in 2G/3G/4G legacy networks.
JANUARY 17, 2018
Amboise, (France) January 17, 2018 – Amphenol Antenna Solutions (AAS), the global supplier of antenna solutions and accessories, has today launched a new generation of its integrated RET (Remote Electrical Tilt) system. The new technology makes RET operations in the field easier and quicker by enabling better control of mobile network operators’ OPEX. Meanwhile the interoperability capabilities of the RET are not at all impacted, thus enabling a smooth introduction in the mobile networks.