|Headquarters||Cologno Monzese (Milan) Italy|
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In 1952 Ing. Edoardo Mascetti founded SIAE (Società Italiana Apparecchiature Elettroniche), which later became SIAE MICROELETTRONICA S.p.A.
In the 1980s the first digital radio (RT20), the first digital multiplexer (MN30) and the management of the network system (NMS) were developed.
In the 1990s the Company began to address world markets.
In 2007 the company and Vodafone Omnitel presented the paper "2xSTM1 frequency reuse system with XPIC" at ECRR 2007 in Paris.
In June 2012 the company and Cisco announced a new white paper "Unified RAN Transport Solution: Cisco-SIAE MICROELETTRONICA Interoperability" that demonstrates their collaborative approach with a certified solution that combines the expertise of Cisco and SIAE MICROELETTRONICA.
In 2014 the company and Cisco developed the Microwave Adaptive Bandwidth (MAB) feature
In 2014 the labs for the management system for terrestrial networks (1350 OMS) and two families of equipment for fiber optic telecommunications—OMSN (Optical Multi-Service Node) and TSS (Transport Service Switch)— were transferred from Alcatel Lucent (now Nokia) to a new dedicated company, SM Optics, a subsidiary of SIAE MICROELETTRONICA.
In 2014 the company presented the new SM-OS operating system created in partnership with Aricent ISS.
In 2002: "Interference erasing system with independent receivers". For more details please see Co-channel interference.
In 2007: "Baseband combiner for digital radio links". For more details please see Maximal-ratio combining.
- http://www.lightwaveonline.com/articles/2014/12/alcatel-lucent-transfers-optics-r-d-to-italys-sm-optics.html Alcatel-Lucent transfers optics R&D to Italy's SM Optics
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