Displaying items by tag: femtocell

It's coverage o'clock and all's femtocwell, or at least soon should be for Australian consumers, as Optus is first to finally brings the femtocell to trial in Australia on parts of its mobile network after big femtocell deployments overseas on various telcos.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Monday, 11 April 2011 15:22

Telstra the femtocellout as Optus says 'yes'

For several years now I have been asking Telstra to bring femtocells to Australia as they eliminate blackspots via existing wired broadband, as Optus put Telstra and David Thodey's claims of putting the customer first to shame by saying 'yes' to an Australian femtocell trial.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Monday, 11 April 2011 11:33

Optus begins femtocell trial

Optus has begun the first commercial femtocell pilot in Australia. A femtocell can be regarded as a private 3G base station linked to the network via the customer's broadband connection.

Published in Mobility




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