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Gemtek Teams with Ubiquisys for Intelligent Femtocell and Small Cell Range

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Gemtek Teams with Ubiquisys for Intelligent Femtocell and Small Cell Range

High volume femtocell manufacturer selects Ubiquisys model for new product


Swindon, UK and Hsinchu, Taiwan: 13 July 2011 – Ubiquisys, the developer of

intelligent 3G/LTE small cells, and Gemtek, the world-leading provider of

wireless broadband solutions, today announced that Gemtek will design and

manufacture a new range of intelligent femtocell and small cell products

using the Ubiquisys Femto-Engine system.

Under the terms of the agreement, Gemtek will use the Ubiquisys Femto-Engine

reference design and intelligent cell software to develop a new range of

residential and enterprise femtocell-integrated products, plus public-space

small-cell hotspots.

Gemtek is the world-leading provider of wireless broadband solutions, and is

already one of the world’s leading femtocell manufacturers. With core

competency in RF/Microwave design, software engineering and manufacturing

excellence, Gemtek also has strong strategic alliances with the worldwide

leading technology pioneers as their Alpha site.

Ubiquisys intelligent cell software is commercially proven to provide a

range of unique benefits for end users and operators. In residential

femtocells, its continuous self-adapting behaviour eliminates interference

problems and ensures a high quality user experience. In enterprise

deployments it enables femtocells to autonomously create a self-organising

network, taking the complexity and cost out of providing seamless indoor

coverage for any size and shape of business space. For public space capacity

hotspots, Ubiquisys enables low-cost installation and operation, plus the

ability to deploy at very high density to provide maximum data capacity.

“The rapid growth of consumer femtocells and public small cell hotspots

demands new levels of device innovation,” said Randy Hsu, CTO Gemtek. “The

Ubiquisys Femto-Engine model enables us to leverage our wireless broadband

expertise to develop innovative new intelligent cells for our customers.”

“Intelligent cells transform the mobile user experience and change the

economics of networks at the same time,” said Will Franks, CTO and founder,

Ubiquisys. “We’re delighted to be working with Gemtek, a recognised leader

in wireless broadband and a volume provider of femtocells.”

About Gemtek

Founded in 1991, Gemtek (TSE: 4906) is the world-leading provider of

Wireless Broadband solutions, offering a wide range of solutions from

residential to business. As one of the earliest companies who provided WLAN

products, nowadays Gemtek bases on the core competency in RF/Microwave

design, software engineering, and manufacturing excellence to bring products

to market faster and more economically than others. With our strong

strategic alliances with the worldwide chipset manufacturers as their Alpha

site, Gemtek’s vision is to create a communication world without physical

boundaries. Gemtek is in the business of helping the world to realize the

enormous potential of a wireless broadband world.


About Ubiquisys

Ubiquisys is the leading developer of intelligent 3G and LTE small cells,

with over 20 commercial deployments underway.

The Ubiquisys difference is intelligence: cells that continuously listen to

their surroundings, making autonomous decisions about configuration,

application triggers and media interaction. The result is a unique range of

public space, metro and rural small cells, self-organising femto networks

for enterprise, plus design-to-order residential femtocells. Ubiquisys

software and systems define the complete ready-to-deploy intelligent cell.

They have enabled operators and manufacturers to fast-track new intelligent

cell products. Ubiquisys investors include Accel Partners, Advent Venture

Partners, Atlas Venture, 5 Continents Consulting Group (5CCG), Pacific

Venture Partners, SerComm Corporation, UMC Capital Corporation, Yasuda

Enterprise Development Co, Google and T-Mobile Venture Fund.



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