• Accelerate your LTE product roadmap

    With Amari LTE 100 software suite, you can add 4G support to your existing wireless solutions in a matter of days. Without heavy investment, you can remain on the top of 3GPP releases and make sure your customer can benefit of them.
  • Simulate 500 UEs on air with one PC

    Simulation of UEs have never been so easy and accessible with Amari UE 100. You can define and execute your own scenario over the air to test your network. Overloading your network infriastructures before your customers do is simply your insurance for a best service quality.
  • Learning LTE has never been so easy!

    Amarisoft LTE 100 is a very affordable LTE Base Station and Core Network running on a PC. It accelerates R&D process in LTE technology, bringing an LTE base station on your desk for one tenth of the price of what existed before. Small to medium companies can now test 4G UEs with low investment. One can also build 4G demo or trial networks anywhere in the world.
  • Order it now...

    Setup your LTE network today. Amari LTE 100 is available to order. Enjoy the flexibility of this fully software-based eNodeB. You will appreciate the ability to tune settings to match the exact configuration you need.


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When there is an issue with the software, we are quickly doing whatever we can to fix it and include it into the next release.
We welcome our customer's advices. Our customer's requests for additionnal features are coming at the top of our TODO list.