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Bouygues Picks ip.access

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BARCELONA -- ip.access, developer of 2G and 3G in-building wireless solutions, today announced that it was chosen by leading French fixed and mobile operator Bouygues Telecom to provide 2G picocells for its enterprise customers across France. Bouygues Telecom has more than 10 million subscribers nationwide, making it France’s third largest mobile operator, and was recently rated number one for customer relations in mobile telephony.

Bouygues Telecom chose the ip.access nanoGSM system to provide valuable extra 2G and EDGE cellular coverage to enterprise customers exactly where it is needed - such as indoors and in areas of high network traffic.

With an ip.access nanoGSM picocell installed on their premises and plugged into an existing fixed IP connection, Bouygues Telecom business customers will be able to use their mobile devices for high-quality voice and mobile data services indoors without any lapse in service performance – such as dropped calls or the data flow being interrupted.

Bouygues Telecom chose nanoGSM following a rigorous and competitive selection process. Unlike other rival picocell solutions on the market, nanoGSM provides high-speed EDGE connectivity. Also instrumental in Bouygues Telecom’s decision was nanoGSM’s impressive track record, together with endorsements from other operator customers. With more than 50 live network installations around the world, nanoGSM is the world’s most-deployed picocell.

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