News From the Kathrein Group

Kathrein presents new technologies for 5G, the next generation of mobile networks, at CommunicAsia. They underline the company's solution and service competence in central networking fields such as the Internet of Things (IoT), building digitalisation and mobile telephony. At BroadcastAsia, which is taking place at the same time, Kathrein additionally presents an innovative system for the technical monitoring of transmission systems. A new generation of UHF radio antennas is also on display. The most important ICT fairs in Asia are held in Singapore from 23-25 May.

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Kathrein is expanding its activities in the Asia-Pacific region. A new regional customer experience centre has been opened in Bengaluru, one of the biggest cities in India with an estimated population of more than 10 million, in the presence of business partners, customers and media representatives. The step is part of a strategy to strengthen Kathrein’s presence in India and the Asia-Pacific region and to expand the solution and service business worldwide.

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Kathrein was one of five companies to kick off the Girls’Day 2017 event at the Federal Chancellery. During the campaign day, 24 schoolgirls from various Berlin schools had the opportunity to produce and test a WLAN antenna at the Kathrein stand. The nationwide Girls’Day is intended to support girls in the MINT areas (Mathematics, Informatics, Natural sciences and Technology) and spark their interest in technical professions.

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Optics specialist BKtel will take over the products from Kathrein’s Gigabit Networks and CATV Headend activities, starting from 1 June 2017. The newly formed BKtel networks GmbH located in Rosenheim is continuing all related businesses, in particular concerning the following product groups: fibre nodes, coax amplifiers, underfloor taps, broadband communication modules, headends, and Remote PHY. The companies also agreed on an extensive strategic partnership. This includes sales cooperation as well as the continuation of production of the transferred products by Kathrein.

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Kathrein and CommScope, industry leaders in network infrastructure solutions, have entered into a long-term global agreement to cross-license portions of their patent portfolios, increasing each company’s ability to develop new solutions, serve customers and compete in the global market. Under the agreement, both companies can access and implement the other company’s patents and technologies globally. The cross-licence agreement relates to passive base station antennas, distributed antenna systems (DAS) and filters.

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