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Are Kineto for or against femtocells?

Kineto WirelessWe've seen a lot of publicity from Kineto in recent years promoting UMA - the technology enabling dual mode GSM/WiFi phones.  Their UMA Today publications and blog strongly advocate this solution. But Kineto are also Femto Forum members and offer a femto gateway product. Are they for or against femtocells? We spoke with Keith Mumford, Kineto's product marketing manager in Europe, to get the wider picture.

Femtocell standards now available for live demonstration

Completed Standards compliance took a step closer to reality today when a group of vendors announced they have developed a system which complies with the recently issued 3GPP Release 8 standards. Specifically, this includes the Iuh interface which connects between femtocell gateways and femtocall access points, allowing operators to buy from multiple vendors.

Nigel Toon, CEO picoChip - Femtocell Leadership Interview

Nigel Toon CEO PicoChipWe interviewed Nigel Toon, the new president and CEO of picoChip (the primary supplier of femtocell chipsets). He gave us his view of the current and future femtocell market, explaining picoChip’s strategy to retain dominant leadership. He believes that within 2 years, operators will be clamouring to get a femtocell into your living room and that when the first operators launch femtocells there will be tremendous competitive pressure for others to follow suit.

SIP femtocell architecture Part 3

SIP femtocell architectureHaving looked at what SIP/IMS is, and how it might appear in mobile networks in earlier parts, we now turn to examine what’s required for SIP based femtocells and where they might be used. We also look at interoperability with existing mobile phone services and core networks.

SIP femtocell architecture Part 2

SIP femtocell architectureIn this mini-series, we are looking at SIP/IMS and how it will apply to Femtocells. In the first part, we explained what SIP/IMS are and how it might apply to 3G mobile networks. This part looks at where these technologies could appear in 4G and other networks, and how networks will migrate to them.

SIP femtocell architecture Part 1

SIP femtocell architectureWhat’s needed to roll out a SIP- based femtocell network, and what are the advantages? This series of articles explains what SIP and IMS are, how they might find their way into mobile and other networks, and how this relates to femtocells.

Are we nearly there yet (Femtocell widespread availability that is)?

Femtocell Journey Parents will be familiar with this frequent question when embarking on any long distance trip - even if you've only just left home. From time to time, I've also been asked a similar question by those keen to get their hands on a femtocell - namely "when will these be available at a store near me". Are things about to change soon?
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    Residential

    Residential

    A significant number of users continue to report poor mobile coverage in their homes. There will always be areas which are uneconomic for mobile operator to reach. They range from rural areas

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    Enterprise

    Enterprise

    The term Enterprise addresses any non-residential in-building including hotels, convention centres, transport hubs, offices, hospitals and retail outlets. It's not just intended for businesses to

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    Urban

    Urban

    Urban small cells (sometimes also named metrocells) are compact and discrete mobile phone basestations, unobstrusively located in urban areas. They can be mounted on lampposts, positioned on the

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    Rural

    Rural

    A rural small cell is a low power mobile phone base station designed to bring mobile phone service to small pockets of population in remote rural areas. These could be hamlets, small villages or

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