GSM cellular network to be run on IP platform

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Hi, It is always said that IP is more cost effective than the normal route of cabling or communication through spectrum. Is there any technology which enables GSM phones work on IP platform with normal GSM phones available in the market. This means, the normal Nokia, Samsung or Motorola phone can use the SIM and start functioning. This also have all the data transfer feature. If yes please let me know about the technology with details.

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Many of our clients are using our GSM gateways to allow for the integration of the GSM cell network to any PBX (legacy or next gen). For instance, our CGW-PX has three PRI connections and one IP connection, Cell users can access the PBX via the gateway (MTM) then get routed out via the IP connection overseas.

look for FemtoCell technology, which effectively does this. It is a local base station that then routes the calls over IP. Not too sure if it can be used by private organisations, mainly designed as another way to access the Telco’s network, but that is where you should look for a start.

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  • mshen
    My knowledge is limited in this field, but no technology that I've seen on the market today can do that. That is not to say there may be third party or open source programs which do this. It is a very good idea, but ISP's will never support this because they will not be able to charge you for usage which is bad for their business.
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