Ubiquisys CEO Chris Gilbert to present at Telco 2.0 Americas
26th October 2010
London, UK – Ubiquisys, the leading provider of femtocells, today announced that CEO Chris Gilbert will be presenting at Telco 2.0 Americas on October 27-28 in Los Angeles. An Industry leading event, Telco 2.0 Americas focuses on business model innovation in the digital economy.
Ubiquisys’ CEO Chris Gilbert’s will be presenting on ‘The Rise of Intelligent Small Cells’ as part of the ‘The Economics of Broadband and Net neutrality 2.0’ session on Wednesday, October 27th. The presentation will cover:
How LTE alone is not enough to remedy the mobile data capacity crunch and the need for small cells to help provide the 1000x increased data capacity required
- What intelligent small cells are and how they work together to create a new generation of ad-hoc cellular network: the ‘super-grid”
- How intelligent cells will drive a new generation of location-aware apps.
Presentations will also be given by Bernd Schlotter, Partner at consultancy firm Bain; Martin Harriman, EVP Ecosystem Development, LightSquared and Ali Shah, Director Broadband Strategy, Ericsson. The session will discuss how the 4G networks under construction will complement existing fixed and cable networks as well as what business models will enable the ‘digital economy’ to thrive.
Ubiquisys is ranked the #1 femtocell vendor by ABI Research Inc, with mass-market commercial deployments including SFR in France and SoftBank Mobile in Japan. The Ubiquisys difference is intelligence: femtocells that continuously listen to their surroundings, making invisible decisions about configuration, application triggers and media interaction. This has led to a unique range of residential femtocells, self-organising femto networks for enterprise, plus rural and metro outdoor femtocells. Its Femto-Engine software system creates a complete ready-to-deploy 3G femtocell, providing encapsulated deployment expertise off-the-shelf. Ubiquisys Hardware Blueprints enable manufacturers to rapidly produce low-cost femtocell devices customised to Mobile Operator specifications Ubiquisys investors include 5 Continents Consulting Group (5CCG), Accel Partners, Advent Venture Partners, Atlas Venture, SerComm Corporation, UMC Capital Corporation and Pacific Venture Partners, T-Mobile Venture Fund and Yasuda Enterprise Development Co. (www.ubiquisys.com)