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Small cells ring in a change for mobile operators
Amazon provides compute on demand.
Nov 16 2012 11:56AM
Optus bids for home phones with femtocell launch
Boosts mobile reception via broadband.
Jul 28 2011 2:55PM
Telstra launches Ultimate 3G hotspot modem
Combines Wi-Fi and 3G for the world's fastest wireless hotspot, says Telstra.
Jun 21 2011 1:54PM
Alcatel creates tiny base stations for data surge
Will make femtocells "paperweights".
Feb 8 2011 6:32AM
Ubiquisys reveals tiny portable femtocell
Carry-along base station for travellers.
Jan 28 2011 6:39AM
Acid Test: Telstra NextG Wireless Broadband Gateway
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Pie Networks plans private femtocell network
Plans to sell wholesale access to telcos.
Jul 23 2009 1:47PM
3GPP publishes world's first femtocell standard
Three major mobile communication groups have teamed up to create the world's first standard for the development and deployment of femtocells.
Apr 9 2009 5:47AM
Expert predicts holograms, e-paper just years away
The holographic communication popularised in the film
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MWC: Hot tech picks from Mobile World Congress 2009
editor Brett Winterford discusses new mobile telephony innovations with Telstra's Hugh Bradlow and Optus' Michael Smith at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Feb 23 2009 6:44AM
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..
Aug 5 2008 7:29AM
Calls grow for femtocell standardisation
Femtol Forum aims to harmonise deployments.
Jan 31 2008 3:31PM
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.
Nov 23 2007 1:16PM
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