Continuous Computing®, global provider of integrated systems and services that enable telecom equipment manufacturers to rapidly deploy Next Generation Networks (NGN), announced that Manish Singh, vice president of product line management, will participate in a live Light Reading Webinar on femtocells and fixed-mobile convergence (FMC), hosted by Unstrung Insider’s chief analyst, Gabriel Brown.
The Webinar will discuss the benefits, opportunities and battle for customer loyalty for the deployment of in-home 3G femtocells versus dual-mode WLAN alternatives. As Continuous Computing is a provider of femtocell software and integrated systems for telecom network infrastructure, Singh will share his unique perception of the femtocell market today, analyzing the strategies and products of leading silicon and equipment vendors and addressing the network integration challenges faced by wireless operators.
Indoor Invasion: 3G Femtocells and Fixed-Mobile Convergence
Manish Singh, vice president of product line management, Continuous Computing
Gabriel Brown, chief analyst, Unstrung Insider
Wednesday, January 16, 2008 at 9:00 a.m. PST / 12:00 p.m. EST
About Continuous Computing
Continuous Computing® provides integrated systems and services that enable telecom equipment manufacturers to rapidly deploy Next Generation Networks (NGN). More than 150 customers worldwide benefit from the company’s unique blend of customized professional services, Trillium® protocol software, AdvancedTCA and CompactPCI systems, and BladeCenter hardware. Continuous Computing helps customers reduce platform lifecycle costs, optimize data delivery, and accelerate deployments of NGN, 3G Wireless and IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) infrastructure. The company is ISO-9001 certified and is based in San Diego with development centers in China and India. Continuous Computing is a member of the Intel Communications Alliance, Communications Platforms Trade Association (CP-TA), The Femto Forum, IMS Forum, Service Availability Forum, and the Blade.org ecosystem.
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