AT & T will use femtocells to provide more and better services

4:33 AM Edited by Blony

. Just as did Verizon and Sprint, who saw in the femtocell and a new business opportunity to provide more and better services, now AT & T install cell femtocells in the home of thousands of subscribers from the second quarter of next year.

In this way, AT & T would increase the capacity of services to reduce the number of users per cell phone antenna to improve the speed data and voice quality offered to its subscribers. But it also has some problems such as interference, roaming and roaming, which are in final stage of testing by the two or three brands that are thrown to the production of these access points.

According to a study by ABI Research, by 2011 there will be 102 million users with 32 million femtocells Access Points throughout the world, so we go in thinking that at some point the operators in our region will begin to test this new way of connecting users 3G through the broadband connection, either ADSL or Cable.