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Ralf Jurrien
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RadioFrame GSM and UMTS femtocell

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Wednesday, February 21st 2007 - 03:01 CET - Comments: 0
R adioFrame Networks, Inc. announced the introduction of its first set of commercial femtocell products utilizing the company's recently introduced OmniRadio Processor Platform. RadioFrame's femtocell products are small, low cost "access point" like base stations that will catalyze the fixed mobile convergence market for homes, small and medium enterprises needing licensed spectrum solutions. The newly announced femtocell products augment RadioFrame Network's existing GSM and UMTS picocell offerings. The femtocell product portfolio will initially include separate 2G and 3G base stations that will become available in the third quarter of 2007. Additionally, a combined 2G/3G base station will be added in the fourth quarter of 2007.
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RadioFrame femtocell

"The announcement of an exciting lineup of femtocell products is the culmination of several years of experience in understanding the needs and desires of this marketplace," said RadioFrame Networks President and CEO Jeff Brown. "As we work with mobile operators we have repeatedly heard that femtocells supporting both GSM and UMTS are becoming increasingly important to them. RadioFrame's new products will consist of low-cost hardware that is easy to implement; these are two critical requirements that will enable broad adoption by end users."


RadioFrame OmniRadio Processor

Earlier this week RadioFrame announced the introduction of its OmniRadio Processor microchip. This processor forms the core of the OmniRadio Platform used in RadioFrame's femtocell products. In the future, the company intends to produce versions of the femtocell series for other technologies such as WIMAX and LTE. "We believe that to best achieve market requirements for low cost, technology agile products, it required direct investment by RadioFrame in the entire product cycle beginning with our own silicon," continued Brown. "We view today's product announcements as evidence of the company's ability to quickly deliver products that will be met with enthusiasm in the markets we serve."

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