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Radioframe Intros OmniCell

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REDMOND, Wash. and LAS VEGAS -- RadioFrame Networks™ Inc. (RFN) announced today from the CTIA show in Las Vegas, two new products, OmniCell@Home and OmniCell@Work, which are designed for mobile network operator’s consumer and business customers.

The OmniCell™ product suite features small, low cost “access point” like base stations that are already gaining traction in the fixed mobile convergence market in small and medium enterprises and home offices needing in-building coverage improvements. The product suite will initially include 2G, expanding to a combined 2G/3G access point, with WiMAX and LTE following.

RadioFrame launched the OmniCell@Home and the OmniCell@Work products for Mobile Operators to provide in-building coverage and capacity for their consumer and business customers. The easy-to-deploy products allow mobile network operators to cost-effectively serve their customers by providing improved and enhanced in-building and in-home network coverage. RadioFrame’s newly expanded product suite is a unique solution to accomplish a “mobile-only” strategy including fixed line replacement with consumers.

“Femtocells and picocells have now risen to the top of the discussion in mobile network development and we are at the verge of widespread deployments in networks throughout the world,” said RadioFrame Chief Executive Officer Jeff Brown. “We are beginning to see global deployment plans in mobile networks throughout the world and the OmniRadio™ platform is critical to accelerated adoption because of its inherent cost and feature advantages.”

RadioFrame Networks Inc.

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