SK rolls out new Contela femtocells

Tuesday 3 July 2012 | 14:24 CET | News
Korea's SK Telecom is using femtocell access points from local supplier Contela as part of its network expansion plan for 3G and LTE. It has outlined plans for a new breed of multimedia and content offerings, which will require a new approach to network building based around several small cells and a 'cloud RAN' architecture. SK Telecom is planning to invest in a second generation of femtocells to support data offload from its main network. The Contela products run on the Picochip platform. The new 2FA product is an upgrade from the first generation SKT/Contela femto, supporting sixteen users

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Contela / SK Telecom
Countries: Korea, Republic of
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