German concern ramps up its resources in northern Jutland  

2007.01.16
The German electronics group Rohde & Schwarz is placing a key global development task at its technology centre in Aalborg, northern Jutland, and increasing its workforce
The German electronics group Rohde & Schwarz is placing a key global development task at its technology centre in Aalborg, northern Jutland, as part of a larger initiative to ensure convergence between technologies in the telecommunication industry. The driving force for convergence is to enable more features to be offered as well as meeting the need for more advanced test and measurement equipment.
 
Rohde & Schwarz has technology centres around the world, but the internationally acknowledged competences in wireless and mobile in northern Jutland have proved influential in bringing this leading edge development task to the Aalborg centre. In a parallel move, the engineering workforce will be increased by 20%.
 
Current research conducted at the Rohde & Schwarz Technology Center includes so-called 3.9G technology, which has significantly increased bandwidth compared to 3G. Ole Krøg Larsen, MD of the Aalborg centre says: "We expect development work on this product will take some years still before it is ready for market. The new features will not be offered to consumers before 2012."
 
Since its establishment in 2001, Rohde & Schwarz in Aalborg has developed test and measurement equipment for UMTS, as well as the latest features for GPRS and Bluetooth. The news was reported by financial daily newspaper Børsen.

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