Femtocell

Ubiquisys Deploys Multi-Mode Indoor Metrocell with LTE, HSPA+ and WiFi

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Ubiquisys Small Cell

The small cell and femtocell company, Ubiquisys has announced deployment of its GM7 multi-mode cell for indoor public spaces in small cell programs. The new Ubiquisys cell supports LTE, 3G-HSPA+ and WiFi and is designed for use in a wide range of public spaces.

Optimizing Small Cells for Coverage and Capacity: An End-to-End Approach

in Video, Webinar, JDSU, Small Cell, Femtocell, LTE

JDSU Webinar: Carriers are struggling to keep up with capacity demands while simultaneously increasing coverage. Throwing more spectrum at the problem is expensive, and only part of the solution. Bringing the network closer to users with small cells can help address these problems, but only bridges the gap for today's divide—what about tomorrow?

NTT DOCOMO Announces Small Cell Base Station for 3G and LTE

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DOCOMO’s small-cell base station supporting 3G and LTE

NTT DOCOMO has developed a dual-mode small-cell base station, or femtocell, supporting 3G (W-CDMA) and LTE simultaneously. The dual-mode femtocell will be commercially launched from December and offers for improved service coverage in indoor locations such as offices, shops and homes.

Quortus Appoints Simon Saunders to Technical Advisory Panel

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Guildford, UK - 14 November 2012 - Quortus, the company transforming core network functionality into edge-based applications, today announced that Dr Simon Saunders, founding Chairman of the Small Cell Forum (formerly Femto Forum) and independent wireless communications specialist with Real Wireless, has joined the company in a part time advisory capacity.

The Importance of Difference - HetNet

in Video, HetNet, Small Cell, 4G, Femtocell, LTE

This presentation was given at the Small Cells MENA event, Oct 2012 by ip.access CTO, Dr. Nick Johnson.
Part 1 of this presentation will cover:
- The Heterogenous [HetNet] and why we have it?
- The multi-standard HetNet, Why is it different? Why is it important?

The 1000x challenge; Small Cells everywhere!

in Video, Small Cell, Femtocell, LTE

To solve the 1000x data challenge, we need more small cells, and everywhere - indoors, outdoors, residences, enterprises, in all flavors-3G, 4G and Wi-Fi, and forms - femtos, picos, metros, relays, remote radio heads, distributed antenna systems etc.! But, isn't interference a limiting factor? How dense can we deploy? What are the future enhancements that take HetNets to the next level?

The Changing Shape of the Small Cell Marketplace

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This webinar is presented by David Chambers, ThinkSmallCell. It describes the evolution of femtocells into small cells addressing different market segments, and discusses the impact on the ecosystem of vendors and partners.

Colt Technology Services in partnership with NEC commence mobile operator trials with Femto as a Service

in press-release, Colt, NEC, Small Cell, Femtocell, LTE

London, 17 October 2012 - Colt Technology Services in partnership with NEC, today announced that it is conducting the first ever live trials of Small Cells using Femto-as-a-Service (FaaS) with a leading, large-scale European mobile operator, using a multi-operator Small Cell (Femto) Gateway.

ClearSky Partners with NEC to Offer Femtocell Service to Carriers

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Mobile data services provider ClearSky Technologies has signed a multi-year contract with NEC to offer Femtocell as a Service (FaaS) to regional GSM/UMTS wireless carriers. Femtocell as a Service offers an alternative approach to launching services for many carriers.

Small Cell Backhaul: What, Why and How ?

in Video, Webinar, Small Cell, Tellabs, 3G, Femtocell, HSPA, LTE

Tellabs Webinar: There's a strong consensus among service providers that small cells will be an integral part of their 3G, HSPA and LTEi deployments in the future. However, the timing of deployments, use cases, and the range of potential architectures cause some uncertainty in the best path forward for each service provider.