picoChip and Entuple Technologies to bring femtocell technologies to India
July 28, 2010 // Phil Ling
picoChip has signed an agreement with Entuple Technologies to develop and bring to market what it claims will be the world's most advanced 3G and 4G femtocell technologies, for Indian industry and academia.
Under the agreement, Entuple will provide sales, engineering and systems integration support, covering HSPA+ femtocells, rural femtocells and LTE technology.
Entuple Technologies, headquartered in Bangalore, is a holistic solutions enabler in system design technologies with a team of experienced engineers and frontline staff. The company has established partnerships with a range of companies in its core technology areas including next generation silicon platform solutions with a focus on the wired and wireless communications market.
Speaking at the launch of “Enabling Innovation India”, part of this week’s UK-India Government Summit, Nigel Toon, CEO of picoChip, said, “The pool of talent and expertise in wireless technology development that lies within India is astonishing, and it is no surprise that the subcontinent is evolving into a centre of excellence for wireless expertise and development. The expertise, talent and collaborative spirit of the Entuple team is a formidable asset in driving picoChip’s ambitions and plans for the Indian market.”
“Entuple's mission is to front next generation technology products for systems design, along with best-in-class technical support and focused solutions,” said Rajesh Agarwal, Entuple’s Director of Sales. “Partnerships with niche technology leaders such as picoChip are a fundamental part of our strategy and we look forward to enabling effective adoption of these technologies in system design here, while catalyzing the growth of the technical capabilities of the design community.”
The Indian mobile market is witnessing significant growth, with analyst firm Gartner estimating 55.9 percent growth in mobile penetration in India in 2010, and double-digit growth rates till the end of 2012. There are a growing number of firms developing 3G services, which are expected to launch over the next 18 months across the country.
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