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April 9, 2009

Ip.access upgrades Oyster 3G femtocell


by David Masters

Ip.access yesterday announced that its Oyster 3G femtocell has been upgraded to support newly published femtocell standards.

The company said the upgrade is ’significant progress’ toward Oyster 3G fully complying with the new femtocell standards published this week by 3GPP and the Broadband Forum.

“Our market-leading experience in deploying picocells with IP backhaul has enabled us to make significant contributions to the standards requirements and specifications,” said Nick Johnson, ip.access chief technology officer.

He added that the company has made “rapid progress in implementing the standards within our Oyster 3G femtocell solution.”

The new standards published by 3GPP and the Broadband Forum define how plug’n'play provisioning works on femtocell units, as well as providing standards for fault and performance management.

They will enable femtocell providers to deliver easy to install, scalable, and cost-effective products.

Femtocells create a micro wireless mobile phone network for use in businesses and homes.

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