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product portfolio
The Cluster and its R&D projects are supported by:
Key partners:
PRODUCT PORTFOLIO From R&D projects to innovative products
Site Nano Innov
8, avenue de la Vauve - bâtiment 863
CS 70005 - 91127 PALAISEAU Cedex
[email protected]
www.systematic-paris-region.org
Paris Region Systems & ICT Cluster
PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
From R&D projects
to innovative products
Jean-Luc Beylat
President, Systematic Paris-Region
Dear Systematic Partners,
With the emergence of a new industrial order built around the latest digital technologies,
our society is experiencing a period of profound change (impact of digital technologies
upon education, health, home, work, transport, energy, security of transactions...). Our
world reinvents itself all the time so much that the capacity to sustain and support innovation is key. And that is exactly what we do in Systematic: each one of you addresses new
challenges by developing synergies thanks to your cooperation, imagination, dynamism
and renewed commitment to our association.
I am proud to introduce the first edition of Systematic’s “Product Portfolio” illustrating
what the concrete results of completed R&D projects are. These projects labellised by
Systematic are the results of an important collaborative work led by Systematic members.
For this first edition, more than 100 members present their innovative products as well as
their first commercial successes. You will not only read about the technical description
of different products, but above all, you will experience at first glance, the excellence of
French innovation as demonstrated by Systematic Paris-Region’s members.
This publication shows that Systematic is not only committed to developing new R&D
projects, to managing innovative communities but also to create new business opportunities and increased competitiveness. This “Product Porfolio” is the first step of the
innovation chapter of our 2013-2018 Strategic Plan.
There is no doubt that Systematic is making a very significant contribution to the attractiveness of the Paris region by offering its technology vision and gathering a great diversity
of techno-providers.
As such, I am confident that you, Systematic Paris-Region partners, the Open Innovation
actors, will take an active part in these new challenges with the clearly-stated ambition to
stay at the forefront of innovation!
Support growth innovative SMEs thanks
to the “ambition PME” program
SMEs, innovation powerful drivers, play a leading role in our
ecosystem
For the coming years, Systematic is not only committed to developing
new R&D projects but also to increasing productivity and to creating
new businesses within our cluster specially for SMEs. Systematic stands
on an ecosystem comprised of 800 SMEs which represent more than
35 000 jobs in the fields covered by the Cluster. The Cluster’s objectives
towards SMEs consist in contributing to the emergence of global leaders and consolidating existing SMEs.
To answer this challenge, Systematic Paris-Region leads the “Ambition
PME” program, action plan for SMES opera­ting in the optics, electronics and software sectors.
Lead an innovative ecosystem
for a better international attractiveness
Accredited as a “World Class” cluster by the French Government in
2005, Systematic is awarded “Cluster Organisation Management excellence Label Gold” and is a member of EIT ICT Labs (nodes: Paris, Berlin,
Stockholm, Helsinki and Trento). Systematic focuses its development on
European and international scene on three priorities:
Attract capital and talents to the Paris Region
Help laboratories and companies export their patents and products
Face the challenge of growing global competition from large systems
integrators, lowcost software development and new players in embedded systems
The Cluster benefits from recognised experience in cooperation between
its members and their European partners. Systematic is already involved
in European and international networks, such as: DSP Valley -Belgium
BICC-NET - Germany Point-One - Netherlands Maroc Numéric
Cluster - Morocco Ciatec (Campinas) - Brasil CPqD (Campinas) Brasil Centre of Engineering and Technology Transfer (CETT) - Kazakhstan Imagine IT Hanoi – Vietnam
Systematic has opened technological hubs for the benefit of its members
in key places on the globe: USA (Boston-Cambridge, MIT), China (Beijing, Z-Park), Tunisia (Tunis, Technopark Elgazala), India (Bangalore) with
a view to:
Promote Systematic (the cluster, the Paris region and its members)
Facilitate international partnership projects
Support SME export drive
R&D Financed
Projects: 438
Partners:
774 including:
429 SMEs
38 Enterprises of
Intermediate Size
50 Large
companies
46 Research
institutes and
universities
Total investment:
2,26 billion
Total funding:
817 millions
Telecommunications
Telecommunications
100 Gb/s ICR
Recieiver Package
Coherent packages for 100 GB/s
optical receivers
Egide
2, rue Descartes
78190 Trappes
www.egide.fr
Contact
Didier Martin
[email protected]
Annual revenue
20,4 M€
Staff
230 employees
E
gide designs, manufactures and sells hermetically-sealed
encapsulation components for protecting and interconnecting several types of electronic or photonic chips.
They are designed to ensure the invulnerability of complex integrated electronic systems or chips, which are fragile and sensitive to difficult thermal, atmospheric or magnetic environments.
Key innovations
Long inserts, vertical
transitions by vias
Key markets
Telecommunications
Main customers
The hermetically-sealed packages for Intradyne Coherent Receiver 100 GB/s receivers exist in various versions (Gen. 1, Gen. 2)
and are available for long-distance or metropolitan transmission
applications.
Accelink, ETRI, O-Net,
Photop, Picometrix
Systematic r&d projects
100GRIA, 6-POD
Telecommunications
1064CHP
Seed laser module for NS pulsed
fiber lasers
3SP Group
Route de Villejust
91625 Nozay cedex
www.3spgroup.com
Contact
Jean-Pierre Hirtz
[email protected]
Annual revenue 42 M€
Staff 400 employees
T
he 1064CHP 1 060 nm high-power single-mode laser module is a seed source designed for both pulsed and CW
fiber laser applications that require operating wavelengths
in the 1 050-to-1 070 nm range. This seed module is powered
by a fully-qualified in-house chip technology providing outstanding performance, power consumption and reliability.
Low-profile 14-pin butterfly modules are available with an operating power up to 500 mW CW and 1.2 W peak power. They
incorporate a thermoelectric cooler (TEC), a precision NTC thermistor and a back-facet monitoring photodiode.
Modules are available with a single-mode polarization maintaining fiber (PMF) pigtail. The modules meet the TelcordiaTM
GR-468-Core requirements for hermetic pump modules.
Key innovations
This seed laser
generates NS pulses
that are amplified in a
MOPA configuration,
allowing high-power
NS optical pulses out
of a fiber laser
Key markets
Telecommunications,
Environment, Lidar,
Marking, Metrology,
Security, Surface
treatment
Main customers
Datalogic, Illuma, JPT,
Maxphotonics, Omron,
SPI, Trumpf
Systematic r&d project
Vertical
Competitiveness cluster(s)
Co-labeling
Elopsys, Images et
Réseaux, Route des
Lasers
Telecommunications
6WINDGate
High-performance networking
software
6WIND
1, place Charles de Gaulle
Immeuble Central Gare
Bât. A
78180 Montigny-leBretonneux
www.6wind.com
Contact
Eric Carmes
[email protected]
Staff
70 employees
6
WIND’s commercial software solves performance challenges for network vendors in the telco, enterprise and cloud
Infrastructure markets.
The company’s 6WINDGate™ packet processing software
is optimized for cost-effective hardware running Linux with a
choice of multi-core processors, to deliver a wide variety of
networking and security protocols and features.
By solving critical data plane performance challenges on multi-core architectures, 6WINDGate enables a cost-effective
value proposition, enabling the transition to the future with
software-defined networks (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV).
Key innovations
10x performance
compared to standard
software architectures
without any impact on
OS and hypervisor
Key markets
Telecommunications
Main customers
Network and telecoms
equipment providers,
telcos and cloud
providers
Systematic r&d project
6WIND
Telecommunications
ARCHOS 80 Helium 4G
4G/LTE tablet
ARCHOS
12, rue Ampère
91430 Igny
www.archos.com
Contact
Raoul Mallart
[email protected]
Annual revenue
143 M€
Staff
146 employees
F
eatures:
8" LTE cat4 tablet
Android 4.3
Premium ultra-fine 9.2mm aluminum design
1024x768 IPS display
Quad core processor
Key innovations
LTE card tablet, ultrafine aluminum casing/
design, performance/
resolution/price
Key markets
Telecommunications,
Enterprise Information
systems, Entertainment,
Healthcare, Digital
cities
Main customers
Mass-consumer
market, B2B market
in development
(education, industry,
health, etc.)
Systematic r&d projects
Smart4G Tablet,
QUATRO2
Competitiveness cluster(s)
Co-labeling
Capenergies, SCS
Telecommunications
ARCHOS GamePad2
High-performance Android tablet
ARCHOS
12, rue Ampère
91430 Igny
www.archos.com
Contact
Raoul Mallart
[email protected]
Annual revenue
143 M€
Staff
D
146 employees
esigned and optimized for gaming, the ARCHOS Gamepad 2 brings the Android™ world a genuine high-performance tablet/console.
Features:
7" tablets with gamer-dedicated joysticks
Android 4.2
1280x800 IPS display
Quad core processor
Key innovations
Tablet with gaming
joystick, mapping
tool, performance/
resolution/price
Key markets
Telecommunications,
Enterprise Information
systems, Entertainment,
Healthcare, Digital
cities
Main customers
Mass-consumer
market, B2B market
in development
(education, industry,
health, etc.)
Systematic r&d projects
Smart4G Tablet,
QUATRO2
Competitiveness cluster(s)
Co-labeling
Capenergies, SCS
Telecommunications
EVA unit: screening
and accelerated
aging
Climatic tests and qualification
systems
A
dvEOTec’s EVA bench enables
screening or accelerated aging
of optoelectronic components in
a controlled environment. It is designed
to be adapted to multiple applications,
according to the user’s needs.
Equipped with a high-performance
climatic chamber, a computer, acquisition and visualization software, and
standard or dedicated instruments, it
allows one to do evaluation, qualification and burn-in tests on optoelectronic components or subsystems.
It is manufactured, assembled and
tested at the company’s workshops
and laboratories.
AdvEOTec
6-8 rue de la Closerie, Lisses
ZAC Clos aux Pois
CE5270
91052 Evry Cedex
www.adveotec.com
Contact
Pierre Marcilhac
[email protected]
Key innovations
Adaptable for different
environments,
Suitable for diverse
components/media
Key markets
Telecommunications,
Delivery and
production checking,
Test laboratories,
Transportation
Main customers
Optical, electrical
and optoelectronic
component
and subsystem
manufacturers and
industries...
Systematic r&d project
JASMIN
Telecommunications
EVX5AS210
Very fast, high Bandwidth
5-bit 20 GSps Analog to Digital
Converter
e2v
Semiconductors
Avenue de Rochepleine
BP 123
38521 Saint-Egrève
www.e2v.com
Contact
Nicolas Chantier
[email protected]
Annual revenue
84 M€
T
he EVX 5AS210 is a very fast analog to digital converter, featuring a 20 Giga samples per second conversion
rate. Conversion is on 5bits, with a full power bandwith
of 8GHz.
Staff
350 employees
Key innovations
Conversion rate at
20GSps with a 8GHz
Bandwidth, innovative
interfacing system with
fast FPGA’s
Key markets
Telecommunications,
Radio Astronomy
Main customers
Institut de
Radioastronomie
Millimétrique de
Grenoble (IRAM)
Systematic r&d project
TCHATER
Competitiveness cluster(s)
Co-labeling
Minalogic
Telecommunications
EZLinkLTE VZ20Q
Module
Complete single-mode LTE
connectivity solution
Sequans
Communications
Les Portes de la Défense
15-55 bd Charles de Gaulle
92700 Colombes
www.sequans.com
Contact
Guillaume Vivier
[email protected]
Annual revenue
9,40 M€
T
he VZ20Q EZLinkLTE module is certified compliant with
Verizon Wireless Open Network specifications, and
operates on LTE bands 4 and 13. It is a compact, surfacemountable module, comprising Sequans’ Mont Blanc LTE
platform baseband chip and all other elements necessary for a
complete LTE modem system. These include an LTE-optimized
transceiver, a complete dual-band RF front-end for bands 4
and 13, key interfaces, LP-DDR SDRAM, embedded boot
Flash, and VC-TCXO, all in single compact package. VZ20Q
is delivered with Sequans’ comprehensive 4G-EZ™ software
package, which includes an LTE Release 9 protocol stack along
with OMA-DM and IMS clients. It supports all major operating
systems. The VZ20Q is pre-integrated, pre-tested, and precertified, significantly reducing development cost and time.
Staff
188 employees
Key innovations
Support for
broadcasting/
multicasting in LTE
terminals
Key markets
Telecommunications,
Digital cities
Main customers
KD Interactive
Systematic r&d project
M44G
Telecommunications
HERMETIC QFN
PACKAGE
Hermetically-sealed packages
for microwave applications
Egide
2, rue Descartes
78190 Trappes
www.egide.fr
Contact
Didier Martin
[email protected]
Annual revenue
20,4 M€
Staff
230 employees
E
gide designs, manufactures and sells hermetically-sealed
encapsulation components for protecting and interconnecting several types of electronic or photonic chips.
They are designed to ensure the invulnerability of complex integrated electronic systems or chips, which are fragile and sensitive to difficult thermal, atmospheric or magnetic environments.
The QFN (Quad Flat No-leads) hermetically-sealed packages
are available in different sizes (QFN 5*5, QFN 8*8, QFN 10*10)
for all microwave applications requiring power and broadband.
Key innovations
Mixing of blending
backgrounds on thin
ceramics, electrical
ground via oblings
Key markets
Telecommunications
Main customers
Vectrawave
Systematic r&d projects
Conrahd-Minos,
Gengis Khan
Competitiveness cluster(s)
Co-labeling
Aerospace Valley, Cap
Digital
Telecommunications
Linkfusion (PmP
Gigabit 40GHz)
Millimetric-wavelength multiGigabyte-capacity IP/Ethernet
point-to-multipoint access and
backhaul network
Bluwan
Parc les Grillons
60, rue de Sartrouville
78230 Le Pecq
www.bluwan.com
Contact
François Magne
[email protected]
Annual revenue
1 M€
Staff
30 employees
T
he system delivers up to 2.6 Gbps capacity per sector distributed to a maximum of 64 terminals located at a distance
of up to 1.5km. Each base station can be configured to
provide up to 8 sectors, and the range can be extended using
relay nodes.
LinkFusion can be used by operators to provide mobile
backhaul to 4G mobile base stations at a very low TCO (Total
Cost of Ownership), and provide high capacity access to businesses and multiple-dwelling units.
LinkFusion incorporates a central transmission hub with a 1U
rack unit (interconnection with fiber, carrier Ethernet switch, multiplexer and modems) and an outdoor compact radio (25 cm)
with integrated sectoral antennas. The 1000 Base-T remote terminals are also extremely compact (20cm) and easy to install (all
outdoor, powered over Ethernet).
Key innovations
Compact millimetric
radio system, point-tomultipoint, adaptive,
patch and lens
antennas, MMIC
Key markets
Telecommunications,
Security, Digital cities
Main customers
Telecom operators
(Turkcell, MLL, DU,
OSLK…)
Systematic r&d projects
LCI-4D, PUMA
Telecommunications
LS Observer
Measurement probe
and frequency monitoring
L
S OBSERVER probes are small in size, making them easy to deploy in any environment.
LS telcom SAS
4, avenue Morane Saulnier
78140 Vélizy
www.lstelcom.com
They can measure and record the entire range
of frequencies for which they are designed.
Contact
The raw measurement data is stored for about 30 days, and is
stored in compressed form for up to two years within the probe.
With the TDoA and PoA functions, they can detect suspicious
transmissions and locate their point of emission.
Annual revenue 3 M€
Christiane Labitzke
[email protected]
Staff 20 employees
Key innovations
Implementation
of TDoA and AVD
algorithms, advanced
interfaces with a
spectrum management
system
Key markets
Telecommunications,
Security
Main customers
Airports across the
globe, security forces,
border agencies,
regulators
Systematic r&d project
RECOSS
With financial support
of the Conseil général
des Yvelines
Telecommunications
MEDIANATE
Large Scale Video Processing
System for Video Data Operators
RESONATE MP4
153, bd Anatole France
Tour Pleyel
93200 Saint-Denis
www.resonate-mp4.com
Contact
Frédéric Bouilhaguet
bouilhaguet
@resonate-mp4.com
V
ideo Surveillance Systems Integrators-Internet VoD
Service Providers-Internet Content Delivery Networks
(CDN)-Telecom Operators
Multiscreen Video Viewing: Video transcoding into different
formats to distribute video over various networks and devices.
Big Video Data Analysis: Analysis of huge volume of video
tailored to the needs of video surveillance and indexing markets.
Dynamic Video Editing: Dynamic on-the-fly insertion of visual
data and third party video content in the original content. Ads
insertion in video.
Deployment: Medianate can be deployed in seamless transition from an inhouse solution to a private and public cloud
solution.
High volume data processing: Distribution of processing
tasks among multiple cooperating computing nodes. Automatic scalability by balance of processing loads in order to handle
multiple computing nodes.
Plug-in architecture for video analysis: Third party developers of image analysis algorithms can leverage their work by
integrating their analysis plug-in in Medianate.
Key innovations
Combine the 3
categories of video
processing (encoding |
analysis | editing). High
performance in big
video data processing.
Ergonomics of user
interface and SOAP/
REST API
Key markets
Telecommunications,
Video surveillance of
transport networks and
pedestrians in Digital
cities. Internet TV and
VoD OTT services.
Digital TV broadcast.
Main customers
Institut Nationale de
l’Audiovisuelle (INA),
Orange, Sohu (China),
Thales Transport &
Security
Systematic r&d projects
EVOD, POPS
Telecommunications
Mobile-IT Quantum
VPN solution dedicated
for encryption by quantum key
with continuous variables
D
eveloped in partnership
with the company SeQureNet and Telecom
ParisTech, this product
enables high-security and
high-bandwidth telecommunications over long distances, thanks to a key-generation protocol that allows interfacing with a quantum key distribution process (CVQKD).
The principal aim of the product is to cater to the big demand
for security in network telecommunications infrastructures for
government usage (armed forces, etc.) or sensitive industrial
businesses (banks, etc.). The product was developed thanks to
the expertise of the project partners in the fields of VPN-based
network systems, security systems, cryptography systems, and
quantum information technology.
CityPassenger
1, avenue de l’atlantique
91976 Courtabœuf
www.citypassenger.com
Contact
Bruno Duval
[email protected]
Annual revenue
1,2 M€
Staff
15 employees
Key innovations
Fast encryption and
high-security usage of
CVQKD under true-tolife and long-distance
conditions
Key markets
Telecommunications,
Enterprise Information
systems, Digital cities
Main customers
PSA, Renault, VW
Systematic r&d project
QVPN
Telecommunications
Mont Blanc LTE
Platform
Chipset solution for highperformance LTE devices
Sequans
Communications
Les Portes de la Défense
15-55 bd Charles de Gaulle
92700 Colombes
www.sequans.com
Contact
Guillaume Vivier
[email protected]
Annual revenue
9,40 M€
Staff
188 employees
S
equans’ Mont Blanc LTE Platform comprises Sequans’
SQN3120 baseband SoC with integrated high-performance
network and application CPU, Sequans’ SQN3140 or
SQN3240 LTE-optimized transceiver, a carrier-proven and
mature LTE protocol stack, a comprehensive software package,
and reference designs. Designed for the highest performance
and efficiency as a standalone, single-mode 4G LTE solution,
Mont Blanc is a powerful, compact, and cost-effective LTE
connectivity solution for feature-rich, high-performance mobile
devices. The SQN3120 baseband chip at the heart of the Mont
Blanc is certified by the Global Certification Forum (GCF), and
by several leading mobile operators, including Verizon Wireless,
China Mobile and LG U+.
Key innovations
Support for
broadcasting/
multicasting in LTE
terminals
Key markets
Telecommunications,
Digital cities
Main customers
Datang Mobile,
DareGlobal, Gemtek,
NationZ, Netcomm,
Pinyon, Seowon
Systematic r&d project
M44G
Telecommunications
NanoGreenBox
Low-power-consuming
autonomous network
Green
Communications
86, rue de Paris
91400 Orsay
www.greencommunications.fr
Contact
Martine Chevet
contact
@green-communications.fr
Annual revenue
0,2 M€
Staff
9 employees
T
he GreenBox is a smart device that detects others within
range, for creating a local Internet and allowing unrestricted
communication with minimal energy consumption. The local Internet is independent of any operator or access provider. It
incorporates all the services that Internet offers: telephone communication, video conferencing and the Web.
This possibility of local communication offers the advantage of
absolute confidentiality, increased capacity, and very low power
consumption.
The autonomous network can connect to the global Internet via
a simple operation that creates a gateway.
Key innovations
Distributed algorithmic
intelligence
Key markets
Telecommunications,
Digital cities
Main customers
Airbus D&S, EDF,
Sagem
Systematic r&d projects
OnDemand, RAF
Telecommunications
PALAS
Software radio platform for
telecommunications signal
analysis
SILICOM
15, boulevard des Chênes
78284 Guyancourt
www.silicom.fr
Contact
Jacques Saint-Martin
[email protected]
Annual revenue
13 M€
Staff
200 employees
Key innovations
T
his telecommunications signal analysis platform is composed of a radio front-end implemented as a USRP package and a software toolbox implementing various algorithms for signal processing. The USRP package is equipped
with antennae and RF cards adapted for the desired frequency
ranges, allowing one to intercept an analog radio signal before
converting it into a digital signal exploitable by computers. On
the processing side, the current version of the platform provides numerous tools for performing broadband spectral analysis
and detection of occupied bands, with automatic recognition of
wave forms such as WiFi a/g/p, ZigBee, LTE, etc., and reconstruction of the time-frequency plan for resource allocation in LTE.
Automatic recognition
of waveforms,
sequential algorithm for
the reconstruction of
the time-frequency plan
Key markets
Telecommunications,
Security
Main customers
Airbus D&S, Bouygues
Télécom, CEA, CNES,
CNRS, CSA, DGA,
Orange, SFR, TDF,
Thales
Systematic r&d projects
RECOSS, SOAPS
Competitiveness cluster(s)
Co-labeling
Elopsys
Telecommunications
Point-to-point link
for telecoms OEMs
New generation of very
high-frequency chipset
C
reation and realisation of a complete chipset operating at high
frequency. This transmit/receive
chipset operates in E-band and is
designed for very high speed wireless telecommunications.
It integrates a low noise amplifier, a frequency multiplier, a down converter, a
mixer and a power amplifier. To achieve the best possible integration, a LO buffer and a power detector were integrated
on the chipset. The low noise amplifier offers state-of-the-art
noise figure.
UMS
10, avenue du Québec
Zone Silic
Bâtiment Charmille
91140 Villebon-surYvette
www.ums-gaas.com
Contact
Sylvie Mikailoff
sylvie.mikailoff
@ums-gaas.com
Staff
343 employees
Key innovations
High level of integration
in the millimeter wave
frequency band and
LNA excellent noise
figure
Key markets
Telecommunications,
Security
Main customers
Telecom suppliers
Systematic r&d project
ELHAN
Telecommunications
Praxedo Mobile
Field Service Management Solution
Praxedo
80, rue Taitbout
75004 Paris
www.praxedo.com
Contact
P
Loïc Thomas
[email protected]
raxedo Mobile is a SaaS-based mobile workforce management solution targeted at field workers (technicians, auditors/inspectors and drivers/delivery staff).
Annual revenue
2,90 M€
Staff
Praxedo Mobile is made up of two complementary modules:
A Web interface to create intelligent schedules and follow activities in real-time:
Accessible via a simple internet connexion
Easily configurable
Map view for smart scheduling
Analytic dashboard and key performance indicators
A mobile application that allows field workers to capture and
upload work order summaries in real-time:
C ompatible with a large range of smartphones: Android,
iOS, Windows Mobile and Chrome
Rich feature set includes:
- Dynamic and rich-media forms (photo, signature, GPS coordinates, etc.) to retrieve information from the field
- Capture spare parts used on the spot for faster invoicing
- Ability to send a pdf version of the work order summary directly
via email
20 employees
Key innovations
Hybrid multi-tenant
SaaS platform, mobile
application (HTML5/
native), whiteboard
shared between
2 people
Key markets
Telecommunications,
Energy, Enterprise
Information systems,
Security, Digital cities,
Transportation
Main customers
Cofely, GLI Services,
Kiloutou, Orange
Business Services,
Razel, TDF, Veolia Eau,
Vinci
Systematic r&d project
Ubiq XP
Telecommunications
SLC
Deterministic indoor/outdoor
propagation simulation
SILICOM
15, boulevard des Chênes
78284 Guyancourt
www.silicom.fr
Contact
Jacques Saint-Martin
[email protected]
Annual revenue
13 M€
Staff
200 employees
S
oftware simulation of the propagation of radio waves, with
a computation engine based on the ray-tracing principle.
SLC provides the ability to perform simulations in three
modes: conduction, indoor radiation, and outdoor radiation.
SLC meets radio planning needs, addressing a wide range of
frequencies, thus covering the standards: WiFi, GSM, UMTS,
LTE, GPS, TETRA, etc. Based on specific computation modules
and libraries for different standards, SLC easily keeps abreast of
changes to meet the particular needs of clients in terms of radio
propagation studies.
Key innovations
Characterization of
multi-path channels,
estimation of angles
of departure/arrival
Key markets
Telecommunications,
Security, Transportation
Main customers
Airbus D&S, Bouygues
Télécom, CEA, CNES,
CNRS, CSA, DGA,
Orange, RATP, SFR,
TDF, Thales
Systematic r&d projects
LCI4Dc, RECOSS
Competitiveness cluster(s)
Co-labeling
Elopsys
Telecommunications
Spectra
Automated and modular platform
for radio spectrum management
LS telcom SAS
4, avenue Morane Saulnier
78140 Vélizy
www.lstelcom.com
Contact
Christiane Labitzke
[email protected]
Annual revenue 3 M€
Staff 20 employees
T
he LS telcom SPECTRA system allows regulators around
the world to better manage spectrum resources, and to
facilitate sharing both spatially and temporally, while ensuring compliance with licensing conditions, with regional and
international agreements, and with public and operators’ rights.
Operators can use modules to calculate and anticipate cases of
interference (for example, the impact of LTE on DTT), and coordination or notification needs, or to interface with the regulator.
Key innovations
Automation of
computation functions,
workflow automation
Key markets
Telecommunications,
Energy, Enterprise
Information systems,
Digital cities,
Transportation
Main customers
Australian
Communications
and Media Authority,
Conseil Supérieur de
l’Audiovisuel, Industrie
Canada, Ofcom…
Systematic r&d project
URC
With financial support
of the Conseil général
des Yvelines
Telecommunications
Swiich
Provision of video games in the
cloud
Eureva
6, rue des Terres au Cure
75013 Paris
www.swiich.net
Contact
Philippe Martineau
[email protected]
Annual revenue
0,50 M€
Staff
7 employees
M
iddleware that allows operators to provide video games in the cloud and make them available in real time
on any kind of display.
Innovation and benefits of the Swiich system:
HD gaming
Very low latency
Key innovations
Interactive highresolution games
streaming
Key markets
Telecommunications,
Digital cities
Systematic r&d project
CompatibleOne
Competitiveness cluster(s)
Co-labeling
SCS
Telecommunications
TX-RX C
System for high-bandwidth
wireless transmission system
at sea or in dead spots - WiFicompatible
DETI
7, rue de Kérélie
29200 Brest
www.deti-sa.com
Contact
Aude Picard
[email protected]
Annual revenue
0,80 M€
Staff
9 employees
F
requency converter for point-to-point or point-to-multipoint
communications. This compact and robust receiver and
transmitter is suitable for high-speed wireless communications at sea or in dead spots. It is deal for Ku-band and Q-band
links, among other things, and is compatible with a wide variety
of modems (it supports modulations up to 16 QAM for different
frequency bands).
Key innovations
Very high-speed
wireless bandwidth in
the Ku band
Key markets
Telecommunications,
Enterprise Information
systems, Security,
Digital cities
Main customers
Actia Sodielec, Bluwan,
DCNS, Prana, Thales,
Thales Alenia Space
Systematic r&d project
SEANET
Competitiveness cluster(s)
Co-labeling
Pôle Mer Bretagne
The Cluster and its R&D projects are supported by:
Key partners:
PRODUCT PORTFOLIO From R&D projects to innovative products
Site Nano Innov
8, avenue de la Vauve - bâtiment 863
CS 70005 - 91127 PALAISEAU Cedex
[email protected]
www.systematic-paris-region.org
Paris Region Systems & ICT Cluster
PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
From R&D projects
to innovative products

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