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The FemtoZone will serve as the industry's central information point on femtocell markets and technologies at Mobile World Congress, featuring public presentations from global operators – including Orange, Softbank, T-Mobile & Vodafone - and a broad ecosystem of solution vendors.

February 5, 2009 - Acton, MA - Tatara Systems today announced it will be participating in the FemtoZone at GSMA Mobile World Congress 2009 at Fira de Barcelona from February 16th through 19th. The FemtoZone, which is hosted by the GSMA and the Femto Forum, will serve as a one-stop shop for all visitors interested in learning about the latest developments in the femtocell industry as it undergoes a pivotal year for deployment.

The FemtoZone (Stand 2.1B34) will feature a daily schedule of public presentations from operators and vendors on the major opportunities and challenges facing the femtocell market. Tatara Systems will be displaying information on its Tatara Convergence Server in the femtocell ecosystem product showcase in the FemtoZone stand as well as participating in a live femtocell solution demonstration with its partners Acme Packet and AirWalk Communications in the Acme Packet hospitality suite (Suite Z3.12).

“Tatara Systems’ best-of-breed femtocell convergence solution enables operators to maximize the return of their legacy networks while also delivering new, cost-effective, all-IP services. We are extremely pleased to be demonstrating innovation, market-ready femtocell solutions with our partners at Mobile World Congress 2009,” stated Marc Cremer, Tatara’s executive vice president of operations.

“Over the past year the femtocell industry has overcome major technical and business challenges paving the way in 2009 for operators to introduce commercial services. As such the Mobile World Congress is going to be a key event for operators to cement their consumer propositions to ensure their launches are as successful as possible,” said Professor Simon Saunders, chairman of The Femto Forum.

“This year’s Mobile World Congress marks the beginning of the real acid test for femtocells. The FemtoZone will attempt to address the key issues, such as what is going to be the key driver for successful deployments and are there going to be further technical hurdles to be addressed before we see large scale deployment,” said Robindhra Mangtani, director of the GSMA project on femtocells.

More information on the FemtoZone is available at

About The Femto Forum:

Femtocells are low-power wireless access points that operate in licensed spectrum to connect standard mobile devices to a mobile operator’s network using residential DSL or cable broadband connections. The Femto Forum ( has been set up to promote the wide-scale adoption of femtocells. The Forum will support and drive the adoption of industry wide standards and common architectures to enable the widespread adoption & deployment of femtocells by operators around the world. It will direct and implement a multi-faceted marketing campaign to raise the profile, drive technology development & deployment and to promote the potential of femto solutions among industry stakeholders, journalists, analysts, regulators, special interest groups, standards bodies and consumers.

About Tatara Systems:

Tatara Systems is the world leader in SIP-based Femtocell convergence, supporting both IMS and pre-IMS standards based architectures. Tatara’s cost-effective, highly scalable and future-proof approach to Femtocell deployment provides seamless integration with the legacy network plus enables operators to deliver next-generation residential and business services without re-engineering the incumbent mobile core. The Tatara Convergence Server solution provides service interworking; delivers unified voice, messaging and data services; and provides uniform calling and feature plans across diverse networks. Tatara is working with its customers and partners to speed the deployment of Femtocells worldwide. For more information, visit

For Further Information, Contact:

Kelly Friedland, Tatara Systems
Phone: +1 978-206-0831


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