|Nokia Siemens Networks and Ubiquisys Cooperate on 3G Femto Home Access Solution|
|Thursday, 31 January 2008|
Nokia Siemens Networks has signed a collaboration agreement with Ubiquisys Ltd to provide mobile network operators with femtocell solutions that offer high-quality 3G services at home
Nokia Siemens Networks has signed an agreement with Ubiquisys Ltd, developer of the ZoneGate intelligent 3G femtocell, to provide femtocell solutions that offer greatly improved 3G network coverage and quality of mobile services at home.
Under the agreement, Nokia Siemens Networks and Ubiquisys will cooperate in the marketing and sales of the joint solution to mobile operators worldwide. The widely-recognized ZoneGate femtocell supports industry standard interfaces and conforms to Nokia Siemens Networks’ Femto Gateway’s open architecture.
Nokia Siemens Networks Femto Home Access Solution offers reliable indoor connections for voice and data calls, allowing mobile phone users to enjoy high transmission speeds and quality of service for data applications like browsing, email, music or video downloads.
“We are pleased with our new cooperation with Ubiquisys. Together we can offer an excellent indoor solution for operators to serve their 3G customers. The solution benefits from Ubiquisys’ maturity in femtocell design and deployment, supports open standards and complements our open Femto ecosystem,” said Timo Hyppölä, head of Indoor Radio Solutions Product Line, Nokia Siemens Networks.
“The femtocell market is moving at an astonishing speed and 2008 will undoubtedly prove to be ‘make-up-your-mind’ time for many operators. We are currently involved in 10 trials and expect several to expand into larger deployments later this year,” said Chris Gilbert, CEO of Ubiquisys. “We decided long ago to concentrate on the device and then partner with leading SI vendors who share our vision on the femtocell industry – in Nokia Siemens Networks we have found a perfect ally.”
The Ubiquisys femtocell is a small ‘zero-touch’ plug-and-play 3G access point that uses a mobile subscriber’s broadband connection to transport voice and data calls to the 3G core network using a range of standards based interfaces. In June 2007 ABI Research rated Ubiquisys as the number one femtocell vendor in a survey of the top ten players in the sector, based on product innovation and implementation.
Launched in July 2007, the Femto Home Access Solution from Nokia Siemens Networks introduces open interfaces, boosting the femtocell ecosystem and enabling operators to further enhance their 3G service offering and coverage.
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