Juni Picks Continuous Computing for 3G Femtos

Wireless technology provider opts for Continuous Computing's Trillium software

April 4, 2011

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SAN DIEGO -- Continuous Computing, the global provider of integrated platform solutions that address the mobile broadband capacity challenge, today announced its 28th 3G femtocell customer win – specialist wireless technology provider Juni (www.juniglobal.com).

Juni has chosen Trillium wireless protocol software from Continuous Computing to power its new range of residential and metro 3G femtocell and picocell access points. Juni already has a strong market share in WiMAX small cells, and will leverage this experience as it expands into the fast-growing 3G small cell market.Juni’s selection of market-leading Trillium femtocell software means it can develop and bring to market high-quality, affordable 3G femtocell and picocell access points quickly, easily and cost-efficiently. Juni can also tailor these products according to the precise needs of individual operators, with upgraded features and new product capabilities such as OAM (Operations, Administration and Maintenance), SON (Self-Organizing Networks) and RRM (Radio Resource Management).

“The increasing global demand for 3G femtocells and picocells is a major opportunity for Juni – it plays to our proven technology strengths,” said Mr. John Kim, chief executive officer of Juni. “Trillium software is a tried-and-tested, standards-compliant solution which is already in use in live femtocell roll-outs with wireless operators. Trillium’s flexibility and interoperability gives us the freedom to create reliable, differentiated 3G small cell products that meet the high standards of carriers and consumers everywhere.”

Continuous Computing Corp.

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