Under the terms of the deal, Nokia will sell, distribute and support RadioFrame's picocell offerings to mobile network operators.
Based on 3G Partnership Project standards for picobase transceiver stations, RadioFrame's software-controlled S-Series products integrate mobile voice and data services for GSM/GPRS and Edge networks for consumers and small businesses.
The S-Series system complements Nokia's base station portfolio for GSM indoor service offerings, the Finnish vendor said.
"The S-series solution is a cost-effective way to provide indoor coverage and capacity for mobile operators," said Ari Lehtoranta, senior vice president and general manager for radio networks at Nokia.
"Mobile operators can deploy this solution by making use of DSL and cable broadband packet switched networks for backhaul connectivity."
Picocell base stations can operate either as a single-board transceiver or can be added to an existing DSL/cable modem box with a high degree of reliability and security.
The S-Series will work transparently with a Nokia base station controller and with multiple switched-ports routers with firewall security and web services to provide mobile network operators with remote fault management and configuration capabilities.
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