Following on from our written reports of the Bath Basestation Conference, we've post produced a series of video interviews with several of the presenters. These include Colt Telecom talking about their Femtocell As A Service proposition, Airspan explaining their wireless backhaul LTE metrocell, and Avren Events talking about the conference itself. Enjoy!
Doug Pulley, CTO of Picochip, talks through what they have been demonstrating on their stand, and talking about during the conference. He's working on a combined 3G/LTE femtocell concept for urban areas.
Will Franks, CTO Ubiquisys, clears up confusion about terminology of femtocells, picocells and small cells and also comments on the recent SFR free femtocell launch
Paul Trubridge of Airspan explains what's unique about their LTE outdoor cellsite which comes complete with non-line of sight (NLOS) wireless backhaul.
Carole Mayhew, CEO of Avren Events, gives her impressions of the conference itself
Peter Agnew, Director of Technology Innovation at Colt Telecom, outlines their Femtocell As A Service proposition, and explains what a fixed network operator like Colt can offer the mobile network community
Rupert Baines, VP Marketing at Picochip (now Mindspeed), paints a positive picture of the Chinese femtocell market after the recent Chinese femtocell symposium held there.