Optus has formally launched its femtocell offering, first introduced as a commercial pilot with limited availability in April, under the name Optus 3G Home Zone.
Femtocells, low-power wireless access points, have tremendous potential to change the way people use their mobile phones as the technology becomes increasingly competitive. This is according to Alejandro PiÃ±ero, director of the Femtocells World Summit, which will bring together more than 350 industry experts in London from 21-23 June, at what is the only global event of its kind.
The Femto Forum is pushing for femtocells - small cellular base-stations located in a user's home and backhauled over the user's fixed broadband connection - to play a key roll in the deliver of LTE, and WiMAX services.
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