Bath, England (PRWEB) September 5, 2008
ThinkFemtocell publishes the world's first book on femtocells. Imagine all the functionality of a cell tower condensed into the size of a paperback book. Operating at very low power, femtocells provide a service similar to cordless phones and WiFi but instead use existing, standard mobile phones. Also known as Home Access Points, several mobile networks are poised to launch these products around the world in the next 12 months.
Poor indoor coverage and dropped calls will be a thing of the past. Photographs and other data will be quickly transferred to and from the network. Innovative new data devices, following the lead of the Apple iPhone, will deliver astonishing new applications. Mobile phones, TVs, Set-Top boxes and games machines all promise to interwork seamlessly through the data highway that femtocells establish.
Femtocell Primer is the first book to be published which exclusively deals with this exciting new technology. Analysts estimate a market size of over $3 billion, with over 40 million units to be shipped by 2013. The book enables industry players, social commentators, analysts and futurologists to keep fully up to date with this topic.
Written by David Chambers, an independent telecoms expert, the book balances arguments promoted by equipment vendors and operators. It provides deep insight into both the technical and commercial challenges and opportunities of this upcoming phenomenon.
The associated website, http://www.ThinkFemtocell.com, attracts thousands of readers from around the world, interested in actively following this hot topic.
"Many working in the mobile phone industry need a quick and effective way of keeping up to date with new developments", comments the author. "Femtocell Primer is unique in providing comprehensive, up-to-date and independent information in an easily digestible form". Chambers is quite correct, but we add that, given the enormous potential societal impact of the femtocell, readers from many other walks of life will find the book equally useful.
The book can be bought online at http://www.femtocellprimer.com and shortly from Amazon and all good book retailers. For more information about the book, and femtocells generally, visit http://www.thinkfemtocell.com
ThinkFemtocell.com is a popular website and blog providing news, views and insightful opinion about femtocells. Launched in September 2007, it has quickly become a central resource for those seeking more detail on the topic.
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