NEC will be participating in the FemtoZone at Mobile World Congress 2009

February 3, 2009

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LONDON -- NEC today announced it will be participating in the FemtoZone at Mobile World Congress 2009. The FemtoZone, which is hosted by the GSMA and the Femto Forum, will serve as a one-stop shop for all visitors interested in learning about the latest developments in the femtocell industry as it undergoes a pivotal year for deployment.

The FemtoZone (Stand - 2.1B34) will feature a daily schedule of public presentations from operators and vendors on the major opportunities and challenges facing the femtocell market. NEC will be making a presentation about ‘Why consumers will buy femtocells’ at 11.30 on Monday 16 February. NEC will also be displaying its complete end-to-end femtocell solution that includes the 3G Femtocell Access Point, Femtocell/Wi-Fi Integrated Access Device, Femtocell Gateway and Access Point Management System in the femtocell ecosystem product showcase in the FemtoZone as well as on its own stand 8A125 (Hall 8).

Stephen Lightley, NEC Europe, says: “Femtocells have the potential to support viral consumption of enhanced services and data and could play a crucial role in underpinning the explosive growth of mobile broadband usage. The latest consumer gadgets and PDAs are driving previously unseen levels of mobile internet usage, and across the industry the use of USB HSDPA modems has really taken off, effectively competing with DSL in some markets."

NEC Corp. (Tokyo: 6701)

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