Archive for December 2008

Cost Justifying Fixed Mobile Convergence

Population density will have an impact on the radio planning and efficiency of the FMC solution. Ideally, we would expect 20 – 40 ‘mobile’ users per cell where the cell has a 100 – 500 metre radius. In additional to regular users, ‘Visitor’ numbers should be taken…

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Flexible Working and Mobile Telephony

Only 30% of workers are deskbound 80 – 100% of the time. That means that 70% of the workforce today could benefit from the ability to use a mobile device rather than a desktop phone. How does an organisation establish which workers require which FMC solution? Profiling…

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An Introduction to Fixed Mobile Convergence

Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) is the provision of both fixed telephony and mobile telephony capabilities to end users irrespective of device or location. It is being addressed in various ways and this creates a high degree of confusion amongst customers when comparing FMC offerings. FMC can mean…

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PMN Provides Cost Efficient Site-Wide Communications for Major Manufacturer

Private Mobile Networks Ltd, the UK provider of private GSM network technology, today announced that Saint-Gobain Glass has successfully deployed its solution.

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