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Optus bids for home phones with femtocell launch
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Alcatel creates tiny base stations for data surge
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Ubiquisys reveals tiny portable femtocell
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Pie Networks plans private femtocell network
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3GPP publishes world's first femtocell standard
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Femtocell future uncertain says analyst
The future of femtocells is in jeopardy as it struggles to resolve key challenges such as functionality and cost, according to a report by analyst firm Frost & Sullivan..
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Calls grow for femtocell standardisation
Femtol Forum aims to harmonise deployments.
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Analyst urges caution on femtocell roll-outs
Mobile operators considering widespread deployments of indoor base stations, or femtocells, should review their business models carefully to avoid potentially "disastrous" risks.
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