NEC to build Femtocell network in Norway

Network Norway to offer Femtocells to enterprise customers

NEC to build Femtocell network in Norway
NEC Corporation (NEC) announced at the Mobile World Congress 2010 that it will build the first Norwegian femtocell network for Network Norway.

Network Norway will provide its enterprise customers with NEC's femtocell access point to plug into their broadband router. In addition, NEC is providing Network Norway with the NEC femto gateway and access point management systems which can aggregate and connect thousands of access points to Network Norway's core network.

Arild E. Hustad, chief executive officer, Network Norway said, 'Our customers demand mobile services with excellent, stable quality. Poor indoor coverage has for a long time been an issue that needed to be solved. With NEC's femtocell solutions we are now able to carry out a pilot to commercially and technically test state-of-the-art phone services solving the problem with indoor coverage, as well as a continuous, high-speed broadband service.'
Written by Wireless magazine
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