Nokia, Kineto partner for UMA

Nokia yesterday said it plans to use Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA) technology developed by Kineto Wireless in its converged network solutions for wireless and landline carriers. UMA works with GSM networks and WiFi systems, allowing users to access whichever technology is most relevant for their connection. UMA allows for seamless roaming between cellular and WiFi networks. The news is a major win for Kineto, which has been pushing UMA technology as a wireless convergence solution. No financial details of the deal were released. Kineto Wireless is a member of the 2005 FierceWireless Fierce 15, an annual list of the top emerging wireless companies.

For more on Nokia's decision to use UMA:
- read this press release

Sponsored by ADI

What if we were always connected? With the help of our advanced wireless technology, even people in the most remote places could always be in touch.

What if there were no ocean, desert, mountain or event that could ever keep us from telling our stories, sharing discoveries or asking for help? ADI’s next-gen communications technology could keep all of us connected.

Suggested Articles

Dish Network inked four fiber deals for backhaul and fronthaul to support its new nationwide 5G network.

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced he plans to leave the FCC on Inauguration Day, January 20, 2021.

AT&T has shifted its Cricket prepaid brand to a 100% authorized retailer model, according to Wave7 Research.