Facility to Support Fast-Growing Operator Demand for 3G Femtocells and LTE Technology Development
Cambridge, UK – 13th October 2010 – Ubiquisys, the leading provider of 3G femtocells, today announced that it has opened a new development centre in Cambridge, United Kingdom, to meet the fast growing global operator demand for femtocells. The facility will focus on 3G and LTE technologies as Ubiquisys begins to deploy its range of small cells into new markets and prepares for the next generation of wireless networks.
The Granta Park centre is in the heart of the Cambridge Science Cluster, and will be staffed by a team with many years of femtocell development experience. The development centre will support the company’s main facility in Swindon, reporting to Pete Keevill, Ubiquisys’ Founder and VP of Engineering.
“Cambridge is a world-renowned centre of excellence for technology development and innovation,” said Pete Keevill. “The addition of this highly experienced, talented femtocell development team will support our core operations in Swindon and enhance our overall offering as deployments accelerate globally.”
Ubiquisys is ranked the #1 femtocell vendor by ABI Research Inc, with commercial deployments including SFR in France and SoftBank in Japan.
Its Femto-Engine system creates a complete ready-to-deploy software femtocell, providing proven self-organising capabilities off-the-shelf.
Ubiquisys Hardware Blueprints enable manufacturers to rapidly produce low-cost “Engine-Ready” femtocells for Consumer, Business, Enterprise Self-Organising Networks (SONs), Metro and Rural applications.
Ubiquisys investors include 5 Continents Consulting Group (5CCG), Accel Partners, Advent Venture Partners, Atlas Venture, SerComm Corporation, UMC Capital Corporation and Pacific Venture Partners and Yasuda Enterprise Development Co. (www.ubiquisys.com)