Netgear and Ubiquisys Team to Develop Femtocell Home Gateway

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Tim Higgins

Netgear and Ubiquisys Ltd., a developer of intelligent 3G femtocell access points for the residential market, today announced their collaboration to deliver a comprehensive residential gateway with integrated DSL modem, Wi-Fi, VoIP and 3G femtocell technology.

The Ubiquisys ZoneGate femtocell is a plug-and-play 3G access point that uses a mobile subscriber’s DSL connection to transport voice and data calls to the core network using a range of standards-based interfaces. This embedded capability is aimed at providing mobile operators with the means to interact with home networks via 3G broadband networks.

It is anticipated that the NETGEAR gateway integrating Ubiquisys’ femtocell technology will be available for operator testing by Q4 2007, with commercial availability slated for early 2008.

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