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International Conference on Next Generation Networks & Basestations tackles LTE, WiMAX, Femtocells, Backhaul, Spectum Re-farming and goes Green
Nokia Siemens Networks
March 29, 2010

Bath, England, Prominent speakers from leading operators
Vodafone, Telenor, Telefonica, O2, BT (British Telecom), Orange, SFR, Virgin
Media, 3UK, Vimplecom, Digicel, Mobilkom Austria, Elisa, Globul, will share
a platform with industry analysts from Ovum, ABI Research, Analysis Mason,
Heavy Reading, Arete, and senior management from GSMA and Ofcom, at the
annual NGN & Basestations Conference in Bath, UK, 19th - 23rd April, 2010.


One of the hot topics to be debated is the deployment of home
basestations/femtocells with growing numbers of operators around the world
introducing products into service. Kenny Graham, Head of New Technology for
Vodafone, who are marketing the Sure Signal femtocell in the UK will be
speaking on "Femtocells - the Next Phase". Green Basestations and Networks
are also flavour of the month and the conference will be taking a long hard
look at the claims made by vendors and operators alike to be eco friendly.

"Whilst there are many conferences (on wireless networks), the International
Basestation Conference is exceptional both for its clear focus and the
high-quality of attendees," commented Rupert Baines, VP of Marketing at
picoChip, who will be addressing the hot topic of Architectures for Next
Generation Networks at the conference.

Each day of the conference brings together a mix of Operator, Network
Vendor, Analyst and Subsystem/Chip Providers to provide delegates with the
latest updates on LTE Standards, Backhaul, Femtocells, Spectrum Refarming,
Mobile WiMAX, VoIP, HSDPA, Fixed/Mobile Convergence to name a few.

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