Top Femtocell Vendor: Ubiquisys [ABI Research]

March 18, 2009 at 5:57 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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Ubiquisys is rated #1 Femtocell vendor – again – by ABI Research in the latest vendor assessment.

To view the ABI rankings of Femtocell vendors, please check out ABI’s “Femtocell Vendor Matrix” ( http://www.abiresearch.com/products/vendor_matrix/Femtocell_Equipment_Vendor_Matrix). Please note that access is free, but registration on the ABI Research website is required. Close behind are vendors ip.access and Airvana. I think that Huawei is a strong competitor, too, as they are leading the market in higher-capacity Femtocells (for enterprise deployments) and have some major trials in action.

“Ubiquisys comes out on top of the vendor matrix yet again both in terms of innovation and implementation.” reports Senior Analyst Aditya Kaul.  “Ubiquisys has the momentum going for it at the moment with multiple operator trials and rollouts across the world. ip.access has seen its partnership and close relationship with Cisco bear fruit. The firm has built upon its innovation and R&D expertise and is now in close competition with Ubiquisys. Closely following ip.access is Airvana, which has risen two positions from last year. Its modular approach allows it to integrate with multiple form factors and is one of the leading femto module suppliers to broadband gateway vendors.”

For additional detail on Femtocell vendors, please see my previous report, “Femtocell Product Scorecard.” that describes the overall Femtocell market maturity and vendor rankings.

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