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    1. Femtocells Key to Convergence?

      Femtocells Key to Convergence?
      Finding us in your spam mailbox? Please add us to your address book! IT Business Edge View in a Browser | Forward to a Friend | Manage My Subscriptions :: Voice & Data Convergence spacer spacer Sponsor: Microsoft: Software Productivity Assessment Tool When reviewing business management software, it's important to consider six key factors that affect user productivity: collaboration, business insight, flexibility, usability, familiarity, and transactional effi
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    2. Airvana, Inc. to Report Third-Quarter 2008 Financial Results on October 30, 2008

      Airvana, Inc. (NASDAQ: AIRV - News), a leading provider of mobile broadband network infrastructure products, today announced that it will report third-quarter financial results before the market opens on Thursday, October 30, 2008. Management will conduct a conference call at 8:30 a.m. (ET) to review the company's results. The conference call will be webcast live and can be accessed by visiting Airvana's website, www.airvana.com. The live conference call can also be accessed by dialing (877) 407
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    3. Samsung Airave Femtocell Device Review

      samsung airave Samsung has released cellphone console called “Airave”. Airave is a femtocell device as a miniature cell tower. Its carry wireless system that able to connect with Sprint’s Internet network by plug in the cable modem. That is why, Airave will help your cellphone problems on lack of reception because it can get signal from the network system directly. Samsung Airave features are: a stereo bluetooth speakerphone, Wi-fi, GPS radio. Now Samsung
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    4. Femtocell market update for week of 11 August 2008

      Posted on August 17, 2008 by Andy Tiller Airave reviews mostly positive More reviews of the Sprint Airave appeared this week, most being very positive on the technology but not so pleased with the pricing. Here’s a selection of quotes… Engadget says… * “Here’s what it all boils down to - does this unit really make a noticeable improvement in call quality and signal strength? In a word, absolutely.” * “To be honest, the calls were as clear as
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    5. [slacker711] This includes the development of their own femtocell ...

      This includes the development of their own femtocell baseband and research into ad hoc and personal area networks. I'm happy to hear about the femtocell baseband. That is a chip that has definitely been missing from their product roadmap. Here is a review of the Sprint Airave femtocell....the only problem is the monthly fees. http://www.engadgetmobile.com/2008/08/13/sprint-airave-review/ Slacker
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    6. Unboxing and hands-on with Sprint’s Airave femtocell

      Unboxing and hands-on with Sprint’s AIRAVE femtocell Filed under: Cellphones, Wireless Sprint's AIRAVE signal booster isn't officially on sale nationwide just yet (August 17th, for those curious), but for those anxious to pull the trigger (or merely mulling the decision), we've got a few hands-on shots to whet your appetite. So, where are they? Why, over at Engadget Mobile, that's where! Keep an eye out for a review to pop shortly
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    7. Unboxing and hands-on with Sprint's Airave femtocell

      Unboxing and hands-on with Sprint's AIRAVE femtocell by Darren Murph, posted Aug 12th 2008 at 11:01AM Sprint's AIRAVE signal booster isn't officially on sale nationwide just yet (August 17th, for those curious), but for those anxious to pull the trigger (or merely mulling the decision), we've got a few hands-on shots to whet your appetite. So, where are they? Why, over at Engadget Mobile, that's where! Keep an eye out for a review to pop shortly
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    8. Home Femtocells set to unleash potential of the 3G phone

      - 05/08/2008 Survey The Gores Group took a 51% stake in Siemens Enterprise Communications last week but will their US money be a long term benefit to the German outfit? Yes No Submit Yes Progress Bar Progress Bar Progress Bar Progress Bar Progress Bar Progress Bar Progress Bar Progress Bar Progress Bar Progress Bar Progress Bar Progress Bar Progress Bar Progress Bar Progress Bar Progress Bar Progress Bar Progress Bar Progress
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