Edinburgh, Scotland — HSL (Hay Systems Ltd), a provider of mobile infrastructure, is making their HSL 2.75G Femtocell available directly from the company to mobile users around the world to improve mobile service availability for 2G and 3G mobile users. In support of this HSL have setup the website www.femtonow.com to give mobile users the means to express interest in obtaining the HSL 2.75G Femtocell ahead of the femtocell becoming available for use with their operator's network.
Many mobile users in rural, suburban and urban locations experience problems using their mobile indoors due to poor coverage. As a result of this users can experience very low mobile service availability or no service at all. This problem is particularly acute for 3G mobile users but also greatly impacts 2G mobile users. Poor coverage prevents a mobile user from making use of their mobile phone in a location important to them such as their home or office. Given that on average at least 30 percent of calls occur when at home poor coverage in the home is a real issue for mobile users.
The HSL 2.75G Femtocell effectively addresses this problem for 2G and 3G users. The femtocell is connected to the user's broadband router so to communicate with their mobile operator's own network across the Internet, and creates a cell of good quality coverage throughout the home or office. When within coverage of the femtocell users can reliably use their mobile for voice calls, SMS, MMS and data at EDGE speeds.
The availability of the HSL 2.75G Femtocell for use with individual mobile operators is subject to HSL entering into agreements with those operators. In conjunction with this announcement HSL has commenced pursuing agreements with operators in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa and Oceania.
In certain markets the HSL 2.75G Femtocell will be able to simultaneously support mobile users belonging to different mobile operators. This will allow a single femtocell to serve all mobile users in a household irrespective of which network each mobile user belongs.
For further information visit www.haysystems.com.