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WinterGreen Research announces that it has published a new study Small Cells and Femtocells: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013 to 2019. The 2013 study has 413 pages, 162 tables and figures. Worldwide markets are poised to achieve significant growth as small cell and femtocells and trucks permit users to implement automated driving.

Small cells are better than base stations for expanding wireless infrastructure coverage in the ear of smart phones. Wireless signals have incremental strength added locally in home, airport, or enterprise. Small cells are able to offload traffic from the macro network to an underlay network at a street and indoor level. Small cells work for individual subscribers, public places, and enterprises. Small cells create a wireless signal transmission zone. A cluster of low-power access points are connected to a local controller. The quality of voice calls and data transmission is improved in a cost effective manner
Small cells are units that address wireless services operator needs to continue to support of mix of 3G and 4G subscriber device generations and a mix of 3G and 4G technology within the same device. LTE standards for data are well established but wireless devices, smart phones still use 3G for voice services, creating a need for 3G and 4G transmission capability.

Delivery of voice services over LTE networks has not been standardized yet. Operators continue to deliver voice via their 3G networks even as they move data to LTE. As a result, subscriber devices are a mix of 3G-only and 4G plus 3G, with very few 4G-only devices. To support these subscribers comprehensively across all types of mobile services, operators must deploy a multi-mode radio access infrastructure including multimode femtocells. Multimode femtocells provide a cost effective solution to effectively support all user services. There are 3G microcells, picocells, femtocells, a mix of devices known as small cells.

The number of mobile internet users has surpassed desktop users as tablets erode the PC markets rapidly. Video streaming and VoIP inflate traffic volumes by a factor of 1,000-fold by 2020. Adding conventional base stations is and unaffordable way to handle this situation. Operators are looking for cost-effective solutions to ease the pressure on their existing infrastructure.
The small cell and femtocell designs amalgamate a group of features generally found on macro base station installations to represent a local solution that is cheaper, faster, and better. These include the transmitters, the receivers, software middleware needed for a very local integrated approach to improving signal transmission for smart phones and tablets. Significant investments in research and development are necessary as the emerging small cell and femtocells industry builds on incremental technology roll outs.
Small cell and femtocell market shipments forecast analysis indicates that markets at $420 million in 2012 are forecast to reach $5.98 billion by 2019. Market growth comes because there is no other way to build out wireless data infrastructure in an economical manner. The delivery of apps is anticipated to grow to a $236 trillion, yes trillion dollar, market by 2019. This means a lot of data streaming around.

According to Susan Eustis, principal author of the report, "Small cell market growth is a result of various moves toward autonomous miniature base stations that are used as boxes to improve cell phone transmission, particularly smart phone signal transmission from everywhere." Market driving forces relate primarily to the need for increased local signal strength. . Services providers are positioning with various small cell and femtocell models to meet huge demand as the world moves to 8.5 billion smart phones in use by 2019 and trillions of interconnected sensors on the Internet of Things. Many small cell vendors are making inexpensive smart phone local transmission a reality.
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WinterGreen Research supports various market segment programs; provides trusted technical services to the marketing departments. It carries out accurate market share and forecast analysis services for a range of commercial and government customers globally. These are all vital market research support solutions requiring trust and integrity. This small cells and femtocells shipment analysis is based on consideration of the metrics for the number of smart phones shipped, percent of public places outfitted with small cells and femtocells, and probable market penetrations of macro base station numbers. Experience using the small cells and femtocells is another factor that contributes to development of triangulation regarding market forecasts for the sector.
SMALL CELLS / FEMTOCELLS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Small Cells Market Driving Forces
Number Of Mobile Internet Users
Small Cells Market Driving Forces
Core Small Cell Networks
Small Cells Industry Challenges
Small Cell Response to Market Challenges
Small Cells Call to Action
Small Cells Industry Addresses Fast-Paced Change
Small Cell Device Market Shares
Small Cells Market Forecasts

1. SMALL CELLS / FEMTOCELLS MARKET DEFINITION AND MARKET DYNAMICS

1.1 Small Cell and Femtocells
1.1.1 LTE Operator Challenges
1.1.2 Femtocells Small 3G Base Stations
1.1.3 Traditional FMC Model Support VoIP Calls Over The IP Network
1.1.4 Femtocells Support VoIP Calls Over The IP Network
1.1.5 Session Border Controller (SBC)
1.1.6 SPIT Attack Simulation Project
1.2 T-Mobile Strategic Ubiquisys 3G Femtocell Positioning
1.3 Femtocells Small Consumer Devices
1.4 Femtocells Improve Cellular Coverage
1.4.1 Units The Size Of A Paperback Book
1.5 Increased Exposure To Radiation Is A Concern
1.6 SIP- Deployment
1.6.1 Telephone First Point Of Contact
1.6.2 SIP Application Server
1.6.3 SIP Applications

2. SMALL CELLS / FEMTOCELLS MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS

2.1 Small Cells Market Driving Forces
2.1.1 Number Of Mobile Internet Users
2.1.2 Small Cells Market Driving Forces
2.1.3 Core Small Cell Networks
2.1.4 Small Cells Industry Challenges
2.1.5 Small Cell Response to Market Challenges
2.1.6 Small Cells Call to Action
2.1.7 Small Cells Industry Addresses Fast-Paced Change
2.2 Small Cell Device Market Shares
2.2.1 Airvana LP
2.2.2 Airvana LP
2.2.3 Cisco / Ubiquisys
2.2.4 ip.access
2.2.5 ip.access Consumer Access Point
2.2.6 UbeeAirWalk
2.2.7 NEC
2.2.8 Wireless Infrastructure Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide,
2.2.9 Ericsson Core Network Infrastructure
2.2.10 Ericsson Leading Supplier of CDMA Solutions For Network Operators
2.2.11 Ericsson Evolved Packet Core (EPC)
2.2.12 Huawei
2.2.13 Revenues in Alcatel-Lucent Wireless Division
2.2.14 Alcatel-Lucent Networks Segment is Number in IP/MPLS Service Provider Edge Routers with 25% Market Share
2.2.15 Femtocell and Small Cell Market Participants
2.2.16 Small Cell Wireless Infrastructure Market Shares,
2.3 Small Cells Market Forecasts
2.3.1 Femtocell and Small Cell Broadband Cellular Networks
2.3.2 Femtocell and Small Cell Forecasts
2.3.3 Femtocell and Small Cell Implementations
2.3.4 FCC "an Industry-Consensus Definition For Visually Unobtrusive Wireless Small Cells
2.4 Small Cell IC Markets
2.4.1 Wireless Apps
2.5 Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV)
2.5.1 Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) Reordering Of Market Share
2.5.2 Mobile Packet Core
2.5.3 Mobile Broadband1
2.5.4 Small Cells Are Disruptive Technology In Networks
2.6 Wireless Infrastructure Return on Investment
2.7 Wireless Infrastructure Regional Market Analysis
2.7.1 Ericsson Aiming To Have 50% of LTE Market in Latin America
2.7.2 Ericsson Sells Wireless Infrastructure in Latin America Market
2.7.3 Latin America
2.7.4 Ericsson LTE
2.7.5 Ericson Regional Wireless Subscriber Analysis
2.7.6 Global Mobile Traffic for Data
2.7.7 Huawei Regional Participation in India
2.7.8 CDMA in India, North America and China

3. SMALL CELLS / FEMTOCELLS PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

3.1 Ericsson
3.1.1 Ericsson Home 3G Access Point
3.1.2 Ericsson / Airvana
3.2 Airvana Femtocell Network Integration
3.2.1 Airvana HubBub in a Legacy Core Network
3.2.2 Airvana HubBub in a VoIP/IMS Core Network
3.2.3 Airvana Femtocell Service Manager
3.2.4 Airvana Femtocell Service Manager Functions and Interfaces
3.3.1 Airvana Femtocell Solutions Based on CDMA and UMTS
3.3.2 Airvana CDMA2000 HubBub
3.3 ip.access
3.3.3 ip.access Consumer Access Point
3.3.4 ip.access The C-class Consumer Small Cell
3.3.5 ip.access SoHo SME Access Points -Targeted Coverage For Smaller Enterprises
3.3.6 ip.access S16 model
3.3.7 ip.access S8 model
3.3.8 ip.access Enterprise and Public Access- Small Cells For Complex Coverage
3.3.9 ip.access nano3G E16/24
3.3.10 ip.access nanoBTS
3.3.11 ip.access nanoLTE
3.3.12 ip.access E-40 Model Small Cell
3.3.13 ip.access E-100 Model
3.3.14 ip.access Oyster 3G
3.2.1 Architecture of Oyster 3G
3.4 Fujitsu Ultra-Compact Femtocell
3.4.1 Fujitsu LTE Femtocell Systems
3.4.2 Fujitsu BroadOne LTE Femtocell
3.4.3 Fujtsu LTE Femtocell Target Areas
3.4.4 Fujitsu LTE Femtocell Solutions
3.4.5 Fujitsu LTE Femtocell Access Point
3.4.6 Fujitsu Femtocell Resolution of Interference Problems
3.5 Samsung Small Cells
3.5.1 Samsung LTE Small Cells
3.5.2 Samsung Small Cell LTE High Capacity And Coverage
3.5.3 Samsung Small Cell LTE High Capacity And Coverage Flexibility and High Performance
3.5.4 Samsung Small Cell LTE High Capacity And Coverage Reduced Time to Market
3.5.5 Samsung Small Cell LTE High Capacity And Coverage Indoors
3.5.6 Samsung Small Cell LTE High Capacity And Coverage Outdoors
3.5.7 Samsung CDMA UbiCell
3.5.8 Samsung HSPA UbiCell
3.6 Cisco Small Cell Solutions
3.6.1 Cisco ASR 5000 Series
3.6.2 Cisco StarOS Software
3.6.3 Cisco ASR 5000 Series Small Cell Gateway
3.6.4 Cisco Wi-Fi Applications
3.6.5 Cisco Femtocell Solutions
3.6.6 Cisco / Ubiquisys
3.7 Ubiquisys In-Building Public Access Small Cells
3.7.1 Ubiquisys Enterprise Small Cells
3.7.2 Ubiquisys Residential Femtocells
3.7.3 Ubiquisys Outdoor Rural Small Cells
3.7.4 Ubiquisys ActiveRadio™ Radio Resource Management
3.7.5 Ubiquisys Small Cells Capabilities for the End-User
3.7.6 Ubiquisys Macro Network Interworking
3.7.7 Ubiquisys Statistics and Diagnostics
3.7.8 Ubiquisys Core Network Interfacing
3.7.9 Ubiquisys Lifecycle Management
3.7.10 Ubiquisys ActiveSON™ Grid
3.7.11 Ubiquisys ZoneGate Femtocell Solution
3.7.12 Ubiquisys ZoneGate Services Platform
3.7.13 Ubiquisys ZoneGate for Operators
3.7.14 Ubiquisys ZoneGate for Consumers
3.8 NEC
3.8.1 NEC Small Cell Solutions for Residences
3.8.2 NEC FP813
3.8.3 NEC Small Cell Solutions for Enterprise
3.8.4 NEC Small Cells for SOHO/SME
3.8.5 NEC FP1624
3.8.6 NEC FMA1630
3.8.7 NEC FP1624
3.8.8 NEC Small Cells on LTE
3.8.9 NEC Mobile Backhaul for Small Cells
3.9 Radisys
3.9.1 Radisys Trillium
3.9.2 Radisys Turnkey LTE Small Cell Solution
3.9.3 Radisys Turnkey 3G Small Cell Solution
3.9.4 CCPU's Trillium Femtocell Software
3.9.5 Example of Trillium Femtocell Solutions
3.9.6 Femtocell Protocols Supported by CCPU
3.10 UbeeAirWalk
3.10.1 UbeeAirWalk LTE for Small Cells
3.10.2 UbeeAirWalk Small Cells Technology
3.10.3 UbeeAirWalk Residential Femtocells
3.10.4 UbeeAirWalk Enterprise Femtocells
3.10.5 UbeeAirwalk EdgePoint
3.11 Aricent
3.11.1 Aricent Femtocell Software Framework
3.11.2 Aricent Femtocell Software Framework and Protocol Stack
3.11.3 Aircent Provides Femtocell Software Development
3.12 Microsoft / Nokia
3.12.1 Nokia Small Cells
3.12.2 Microsoft / Nokia Flexi Zone
3.12.3 Microsoft / Nokia Flexi Lite Base Station
3.12.4 Nokia Femtocell Solution
3.12.5 Nokia In-Building Solutions
3.12.6 Microsoft / Nokia Services for Heterogeneous Networks (HetNets)
3.13 Huawei
3.13.1 Huawei AtomCell
3.14 Kineto Wireless
3.15 Juniper Networks
3.16 Sonus Networks
3.17 NextPoint
3.18 Rakon
3.19 Mindspeed / picoChip Small Cell ICs
3.19.1 picoChip PC82x8 series
3.19.2 picoChip PC8209 series
3.20 Freescale

4 SMALL CELLS AND FEMTOCELLS TECHNOLOGY

4.1 Technology Trends in Small Cells
4.2 nano3G®
4.2.1 nano3G components
4.3 Femtocell Handles 3g Cellular Technologies
4.4 Collapsed Stack
4.5 Standards
4.5.1 Qualcomm
4.5.2 UMTS Forum
4.6 Ericsson Technology Perspective
4.6.1 Limited Bandwidth Giving Way to Expanded bandwidth
4.6.2 Infrastructure At A Cell Site
4.7 Backhaul Network Architecture
4.7.1 Ericsson Standardization Work In The 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP),
4.7.2 Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
4.7.3 Applications Of The Internet Requiring SIP
4.8 Huawei Pipe Strategy
4.9 Small-Cell Architectures
4.9.1 Small Cells and LTE
4.9.2 Smart Antenna Systems

5. SMALL CELLS AND FEMTOCELLS COMPANY DESCRIPTION

5.1 Airvana LP
5.1.1 Airvana Solutions For Transparent Offload And Ubiquitous Coverage
5.1.2 Airvana / Ericsson
5.2 Alcatel-Lucent
5.2.1 Alcatel-Lucent Revenue
5.2.2 Alcatel-Lucent Operating Model Focused On Core Products
5.2.3 Alcatel-Lucent Organization
5.2.4 Alcatel-Lucent Operating Segments:
5.2.5 Alcatel-Lucent LTE
5.2.6 Alcatel-Lucent Strategic Focus
5.2.7 Alcatel-Lucent Revenue
5.2.8 Alcatel-Lucent Customers
5.3 Antenova
5.4 Aricent
5.4.1 Aricent Customers
5.4.2 Aricent Strategy
5.4.3 Aricent Investors
5.4.4 Aricent Company Highlights
5.5 Berkeley-Varitronics Systems
5.6 CDG
5.6.1 CDMA2000 Evolution
5.6.2 CDG Global Industry Organization
5.7 Cisco
5.7.1 Cisco Revenue
5.7.2 Cisco Information Technology
5.7.3 Cisco Virtualization
5.7.4 Cisco / Ubiquisys
5.7.5 Cisco / Ubiquisys In-Building Public Access Small Cells
5.7.6 Cisco Competitive Landscape In The Enterprise Data Center
5.7.7 Cisco Architectural Approach
5.7.8 Cisco Switching
5.7.9 Cisco NGN Routing
5.7.10 Cisco Collaboration
5.7.11 Cisco Service Provider Video
5.7.12 Cisco Wireless
5.7.13 Cisco Security
5.7.14 Cisco Data Center Products
5.7.15 Cisco Other Products
5.7.16 Cisco Systems Net Sales
5.7.17 Cisco Systems Revenue by Segment
5.7.18 Cisco Tops 10,000 Unified Computing System Customers
5.8 Ericsson
5.8.1 Ericsson Wireless Infrastructure Portfolio
5.8.2 Ericsson Network Evolution
5.8.3 Ericsson Mobility Segment Information
5.8.4 Ericsson Regions
5.8.5 Ericsson Revenue
Ericsson Revenue
5.8.6 Ericsson Airvana
5.9 Fujitsu
5.9.1 Fujitsu Revenue
5.9.2 Fujitsu Technology Solutions Services
5.9.3 Fujitsu Personal Computers
5.9.4 Fujitsu Development and Production Facilities
5.9.5 Fujitsu Corporate Strategy
5.9.6 Fujitsu Revenue
5.9.7 Fujitsu Interstage
5.9.8 Fujitsu Acquires RunMyProcess Cloud Service Provider
5.9.9 Fujitsu and Radisys Partnership ATCA Platform Support
5.10 Global Mobile Suppliers Association
5.11 Huawei
5.11.1 Huawei Invests In The Pipe
5.11.2 Huawei's Internet Protocol (IP) Pipe Strategy
5.11.3 Huawei Focus On Customers
5.11.4 Huawei Revenue
5.12 ip.access Small Cell Systems
5.12.1 ip.access Solutions
5.12.2 Ip.access Investors
5.12.3 Partners
5.13 Juniper
5.13.1 Juniper Networks Strategy
5.13.2 Juniper Networks Enterprise
5.13.3 Juniper Networks Platform Strategy
5.13.4 Juniper Revenue
5.14 Kineto Wireless
5.14.1 Customers
5.14.2 Partners
5.15 LG
5.15.1 LG Home Entertainment Company
5.15.2 LG Mobile Communications Company
5.15.3 LG Home Appliance Company
5.15.4 LG Air Conditioning and Energy Solution Company
5.15.5 LG Technology Strategy
5.15.6 LG Revenue
5.16 Micro Mobio
5.17 Microsoft / Nokia
5.17.1 Nokia-Microsoft
5.17.2 Nokia Revenue
5.17.3 Microsoft
5.17.4 Microsoft Key Opportunities and Investments
5.17.5 Microsoft Smart Connected Devices
5.17.6 Microsoft: Cloud Computing Transforming The Data Center And Information Technology
5.17.7 Microsoft Revenue
5.17.8 Microsoft Customers
5.17.9 Microsoft .NET Framework
5.17.10 Microsoft / Nokia
5.17.11 Microsoft Nokia Acquires Siemens' Entire 50% Stake in The Joint Venture
5.17.12 Nokia Telco Cloud Technology
5.17.13 Nokia Siemens Acquired Motorola Network Infrastructure Division
5.17.14 Nokia Siemens Networks Revenue
5.18 Mindspeed / picoChip
5.19 MTI Mobile
5.20 NEC
5.20.1 NEC Business Outline
5.20.2 NEC Revenue
5.21 NextPoint
5.21.1 NextPoint Networks Global, Fixed-Mobile Convergence
5.21.2 NextPoint Networks / Reefpoint Systems
5.21.3 Customers
5.22 QRC Technologies
5.23 Qualcomm
5.23.1 Qualcomm Mobile & Computing
5.23.2 QMC Offers Comprehensive Chipset Solutions
5.23.3 Qualcomm Government Technologies
5.23.4 Qualcomm Internet Services
5.23.5 Qualcomm Ventures
5.23.6 Qualcomm Revenue
5.23.7 Qualcomm Up to 4x Increase Over CDMA2000's Capacity
5.24 Radisys
5.24.1 Radisys Acquisition of Continuous Computing
5.24.2 Radisys Business
5.24.3 Radisys Revenue
5.24.4 Radisys ATCA
5.25 Rakon
5.25.1 Rakon Partners
5.26 Repeaters Australia
5.26.1 Repeater Improved Cellular Signal Coverage Area
5.27 Reactel
5.28 RF Hitec
5.29 Samsung
5.29.1 Samsung Finds Talent And Adapts Technology To Create Products
5.29.2 Samsung Adapts to Change, Samsung Embraces Integrity
5.29.3 Samsung Telecom Equipment Group
5.29.4 Samsung Electronics Q2 2013 Revenue
5.29.5 Samsung Memory Over Logic
5.30 Small Cell Forum
5.31 Sonus Networks
5.31.1 Sonus Customers
5.31.2 Sonus Partners
5.32 Spirent Communications
5.32.1 Spirent Key Financials
5.32.2 Spirent Business
5.32.3 Spirent Service Assurance
5.32.4 Spirtent Strategy
5.32.5 Spirent Monitors Change, Identifies Trends
5.32.6 Spirent Acquisitions
5.32.7 Spirent Products
5.33 UbeeAirWalk
5.33.1 Small Cells | Femtocells, Enterprise Femtocells and Picocells
5.33.2 Wireless Mobile Broadband Devices | 4G USB Dongles and Hotspots
5.33.3 Ubee Interactive
5.33.4 Ubee Acquires AirWalk Communications
5.34 Cisco / Ubiquisys
5.35 ZTE
5.35.1 ZTE Globally-Leading Provider Of Telecommunications Equipment
5.35.2 ZTE Technology Innovation
5.35.3 ZTE Revenue

List of Tables

Table ES-1
Small Cells Market Driving Forces
Table ES-2
Small Cell Wireless Infrastructure Industry Challenges
Table ES-3
Small Cell Wireless Infrastructure Response to Market Challenges
Table ES-4
Small Cells Industry Adaptation To Change
Table ES-5
Small Cells Industry Adaptations
Table ES-6
Small Cells Industry Imperatives
Figure ES-7
Small Cell Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012
Table ES-8
Femtocell Small Cells Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013-2019
Figure 1-1
Low Cost Characteristics Of Small Cells
Table 2-1
Small Cells Market Driving Forces
Table 2-2
Small Cell Wireless Infrastructure Industry Challenges
Table 2-3
Small Cell Wireless Infrastructure Response to Market Challenges
Table 2-4
Small Cells Industry Adaptation To Change
Table 2-5
Small Cells Industry Adaptations
Table 2-6
Small Cells Industry Imperatives
Table 2-11
Femtocell and Small Cell Broadband Cellular Network Market Participants
Table 2-22
Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) Design Of The Network Issues
Table 2-24
Ericsson Mobile Backhaul and Multi-Access Nodes CAPEX Return on Investment (ROI)
Table 3-1
Airvana's HubBub Femtocell Key Features
Figure 3-2
Airvana Femtocell Network Integration
Figure 3-3
Airvana Femtocell Network Integration
Table 3-4
Airvana Femtocell Network Integration Features
Figure 3-5
Airvana Femtocell Service Manager
Table 3-6
Airvana Femtocell Service Manager Features
Table 3-12
ip.access Small Cell C8 Model Features
Table 3-13
ip.access SoHo SME Access Points Features
Table 3-15
ip.access S16 model Features
Table 3-16
ip.access S8 model Features
Table 3-17
ip.access E24, E16 Model Functions
Table 3-19
ip.access nanoBTS Picocell Functions:
Table 3-22
ip.access E-40 Model Small Cell
Table 3-29
Fujitsu Femtocell Target Specifications
Table 3-32
Fujitsu Femtocell Resolution of Interference Problems
Figure 3-33
Fujitsu Femtocell Solving Distant Macrocell Interference
Table 3-34
Fujitsu Femtocell Interference Weighting Factors
Figure 3-35
Fujitsu Femtocell Interference Control
Figure 3-36
Samsung CDMA UbiCell
Table 3-37
Advantages of Samsung CDMA UbiCell
Figure 3-38
Samsung HSPA UbiCell
Figure 3-39
Samsung HSPA UbiCell
Table 3-40
Advantages of Samsung HSPA UbiCell
Table 3-41
Cisco ASR 5000 Series, the ASR 5000 Platform Functions for Small Cells
Table 3-42
Cisco StarOS Functions
Table 3-43
Cisco ASR 5000 Series Small Cell Gateway
Figure 3-44
Cisco ASR 5000 Series Small Cell Gateway
Table 3-45
Cisco Wi-Fi Applications
Figure 3-46
Cisco ASR 5000 Series Small Cell Gateway Support for Wi-Fi
Table 3-47
Cisco Femtocell Solutions
Figure 3-48
Cisco ASR 5000 Series Small Cell Gateway: HNB-GW (3G Femtocell)
Table 3-49
CISCO ASR 5000 Series Small Cell Gateway Features
Table 3-50
CISCO ASR 5000 Series Small Cell Gateway Benefits
Figure 3-51
Ubiquisys Small Cells
Table 3-52
Ubiquisys Intelligent Small Cell Unique Capabilities
Table 3-53
Ubiquisys Small Cells Public Access Benefits
Table 3-54
Ubiquisys Small Cells Public Access Capabilities
Table 3-55
Ubiquisys Residential Femtocell Consumer And The Mobile Operator Benefits:
Table 3-56
Ubiquisys Small Cell Adaptation To Changes
Table 3-57
Ubiquisys Small Cells Features
Table 3-58
Ubiquisys ActiveSON™ Grid Features
Figure 3-59
Ubiquisys ZoneGate
Figure 3-60
Ubiquisys Home Zone Gateway
Table 3-61
NEC Small Cell Solutions for Residence Features
Table 3-62
NEC Small Cell Solutions for Enterprise Features
Table 3-63
Radisys Trillium Support for Turnkey LTE Small Cell Solutions
Table 3-64
Radisys Turnkey LTE Small Cell Solution Features
Table 3-65
Radisys Turnkey LTE Small Cell Solution benefits
Table 3-66
Radisys Trillium Turnkey 3G Small Cell Solution Functions
Table 3-67
Radisys Turnkey 3G Small Cell Solution Features
Table 3-68
Radisys Turnkey 3G Small Cell Solution benefits
Table 3-69
Services offered by CCPU Trillium Femtocell Software
Figure 3-70
SIP Interface to Core Network
Figure 3-71
Trillium 3G / 4G Wireless Product Family
Figure 3-72
Airwalk Residential Femtocell
Table 3-73
UbeeAirWalk Residential Femtocells Features
Figure 3-74
UbeeAirWalk Enterprise Femtocells
Table 3-75
UbeeAirWalk Enterprises Femtocells Advantages
Figure 3-76
UbeeAirwalk EdgePoint

Table 3-77
Operator Benefits of Airwalk EdgePoint
Table 3-78
Residential Consumer Benefits of Airwalk EdgePoint
Table 3-79
Aricent Femtocell Benefits
Table 3-80
Advantages of Aricent Femtocell Solutions
Figure 3-81
Nokia Small Cells Cluster Of Low-Power Access Points
Table 3-82
Nokia Small Cells Benefits
Figure 3-83
Nokia In-Building Solutions
Table 3-84
Nokia Siemens Networks' IBS Famework Functions
Table 3-85
Nokia In-Building Solutions Business Benefits
Table 3-86
Microsoft Nokia HetNet Business Benefits
Figure 3-87
Nokia 3G Femto Home Access Points
Table 3-88
User Advantages of Nokia Siemens Networks 3G Femto Home Access Points
Table 3-89
Operator Advantages of Nokia Siemens Networks 3G Femto Home Access Points
Table 3-90
Huawei Small Cell Products
Figure 3-91
Femtocell Home Coverage System
2-1
Table 3-92
NextPoint FCG Features
Table 3-92
picoChip Developments in the area of Femtocell
Figure 3-93
Three Possible Femtocell Architectures
Table 5-1
Airvana Positioning for Small Cells
Table 5-2
Airvana Key Femtocell Technology Elements
Table 5-3
Alcatel-Lucent Performance Program
Table 5-4
Alcatel-Lucent Operating Segments:
Table 5-5
Alcatel-Lucent Business Focus
Table 5-6
Alcatel-Lucent Strategic Focus
Table 5-7
Alcatel-Lucent Communications Issues
Table 5-8
Alcatel-Lucent Communications Issue Solutions
Table 5-9
Alcatel-Lucent Communications Application Enablement
Table 5-10
Alcatel-Lucent Communications High Leverage NetworkTM (HLN) Enablement
Figure 5-11
CDG Wireless Infrastructure Roadmap that Includes CDMA2000, LTE, and WiFi Technologies
Figure 5-12
Cisco / Ubiquisys Small Cells
Table 5-13
Ubiquisys Intelligent Small Cell Unique Capabilities
Figure 5-14
Ericsson Version of its North American CDMA Share
Table 5-15
Ericsson Mobile Broadband Issues
Table 5-16
Ericsson Operating Segments
Table 5-17
Ericsson Networks
Table 5-18
Ericsson Networks Products And Solutions
Table 5-19
Regions Ericsson Primary Sales Channel
Figure 5-20
Fujitsu Main Products
Figure 5-21
Fujitsu Global Business
Figure 5-22
Fujitsu Geographical Market Participation
Figure 5-23
Fujitsu Global Alliances
Figure 5-24
Fujitsu Mixed IT Environments Forecasts
Table 5-25
Fujitsu Facts
Figure 5-26
Mobile Broad Band Network Deployments, 2013
Figure 5-27
Mobile Broad Band Subscriptions, 2013
Figure 5-28
Commercial HSPA+ Networks
Figure 5-29
Commercial LTE Network Launches
Table 5-30
Huawei Different Business Groups (BGs)
Table 5-31
Juniper Networks Infrastructure Benefits
Table 5-32
Juniper Networks High-performance network infrastructure
Table 5-33
Nokia Siemens Networks Base Stations
Figure 5-34
Nokia Networks High Speed Internet Cost Reductions
Figure 5-35
Nokia Siemens Networks Zero Footprint Solution
Figure 5-37
Small Cell Forum Working Groups Structure


To order this report: Small Cells and Femtocells Market
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