Oxford, UK — Intralink client NextG-Com, a cellular protocol stack technology development company, announced today an agreement to license their ALPS 520 LTE Layer 2 and Layer 3 protocol stack to the Chinese mobile communications company Nufront Co.
The deal was secured less than three months after appointing Intralink to identify opportunities in the region. “We are delighted to have signed an agreement with Nufront – our first customer in China,” commented Denis Bidinost, CEO, NextG-Com. “Intralink’s local knowledge, extensive connections and experience of driving business in Northeast Asia was key to securing this licensing deal in record time.”
Jeremy Shaw, Intralink Managing Director Greater China added, “We are delighted to have secured a licensing agreement for NextG-Com in China. This will underpin the development of their business across the region and we look forward to building on this success."
About NextG-Com NextG-Com Limited is a UK based independent technology development company specializing in licensing embedded system components for LTE, satellite and M2M. With a proven record of delivery, NextG-Com license protocol stack components to global Tier1 semiconductor partners, modem and device developers, in addition to providing design and consultancy services and full life-cycle software support, from requirements/feasibility study through to inter operability and live network testing. For more information visit http://www.nextgcom.co.uk.
Intralink develops and implements strategies for China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan. Through its signature Surrogate Sales Program™, Intralink provides its clients with a low risk, cost effective and practical means to generate new and incremental revenues in these markets as an underpin towards establishing a permanent presence. Founded in 1990, the company is headquartered in the UK and has offices in Silicon Valley, Shanghai, Tokyo, Seoul and Taipei. For more information visit www.intralinkgroup.com.