Thursday, September 3, 2009

Tele2 chooses ip.access for picocells in Europe

CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND: ip.access, the leading developer of 2G and 3G in-building wireless solutions, today announced that it has signed a frame contract with European mobile operator group Tele2.

The ip.access nanoGSM system delivers valuable extra coverage and bandwidth so that customers can use their mobile devices for 2G voice and data services indoors and in areas of high network traffic - without fear of their call being dropped or the data flow being interrupted.

The ip.access nanoBTS picocell plugs into an existing IP broadband connection, and provides a reliable and cost-effective means for an operator to immediately improve the quality of service for subscribers.

Commenting on the news, Jamie Cave, VP sales EMEA said: “We are delighted that Tele2 has chosen ip.access to provide the technology to improve network coverage and capacity levels for the benefit of its customers. Our agreement with Tele2 demonstrates the ongoing demand for our 2G picocell technology worldwide, and underlines ip.access as a market leader and innovator of cellular-over-IP solutions for mobile operators.”

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