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2012-02-17 | Mosaic Telecom becomes world’s first operator to commercially deploy femtocells in the AWS spectrum
Subscribers of Mosaic Telecom, a regional U.S. operator serving rural areas in Wisconsin, now enjoy substantially improved indoor 3G coverage, resulting in high-speed data services and enhanced voice call quality. The operator is the first in the world to commercially deploy femtocells in the Advanced Wireless Services (AWS)* spectrum that uses the 1710-1755 MHz and 2110-2155 MHz bands. Nokia Siemens Networks provided its end-to-end femtocell solution, which is also the first to be based on the 3GPP release 9 standard**.
2012-02-14 | T-Mobile Poland, Orange Poland to improve network coverage, offer better quality services through radio network sharing
T-Mobile Poland and Orange Poland have selected Nokia Siemens Networks as one of the vendors to deploy and upgrade their GSM and HSPA networks, enable radio network sharing and prepare them for Long Term Evolution (LTE). Currently, Polska Telefonia Cyfrowa operates the T-Mobile network, while PTK Centertel runs the Orange network, and these will be managed by a joint venture called NetWorkS! Nokia Siemens Networks will provide its Single RAN (radio access network) platform and related services to improve the network performance, reduce costs and make the shared network LTE-ready.
2012-02-14 | “Mobile operators: this Valentine’s show your customers you care” #MWC12
A new way of handling the world’s six billion mobile users has been launched today. Nokia Siemens Networks’ Customer Experience Management (CEM) on Demand portal puts an understanding of the individual needs of every single customer at its heart, aiming to put some love back into a relationship which can be frustrating and often close to breaking.
2012-02-14 | What is the future of antennas in an urban environment?
One of the World Design Capital Helsinki 2012 key themes is looking at how good design can improve peoples’ everyday lives. During the project, Nokia Siemens Networks and Aalto University will explore potential new designs for future mobile network antennas. Antennas are part of our urban environment and make it possible for people to use data and voice services with their mobile devices.
2012-02-13 | Dissatisfaction with mobile broadband key driver for changing operator #MWC12
A major global study* on the habits and priorities of mobile users has shown that those using mobile broadband services frequently** are the most likely to switch their operator. Out of more than 16,000 mobile users interviewed, over 40% were identified as these heavy users of advanced services and of these more than half had swapped operators in the previous years, with approximately 40% ready to switch provider in the next 12 months.
2012-02-13 | Nokia Siemens Networks marks major milestone in Packet Core for mobile broadband
First vendor to deploy one billion packet core subscriber licenses*; leads LTE-ready packet core deployments globally
2012-01-27 | Nokia Siemens Networks renews syndicated loan facility
Nokia Siemens Networks has signed forward starting term and multicurrency revolving facilities agreement valued at €1.305bn with 15 international banks, to replace Nokia Siemens Networks’ existing revolving credit facility when it matures in June 2012.
2012-01-20 | KT selects Nokia Siemens Networks for LTE deployment
KT has selected Nokia Siemens Networks as one of its LTE (4G) mobile broadband infrastructure and services vendors. The operator plans to meet the fast growing demand for mobile broadband and smartphone data services by re-farming its 1.8GHz band. This will allow KT to offer its subscribers a superior, 4G, mobile broadband experience by mid 2012.
2012-01-19 | Bharti Airtel extends managed services with Nokia Siemens Networks for further five years
Bharti Airtel, a leading global telecommunications company with operations in 19 countries across Asia and Africa, has selected Nokia Siemens Networks as its managed services partner in eight circles of the country - Bihar and Jharkhand; Kolkata; Gujarat; Maharashtra and Goa; Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh; Mumbai; Orissa and West Bengal. Under this five-year managed services contract, Nokia Siemens Networks will manage and maintain Bharti Airtel’s 3G and GSM networks as well as iWAN (internet Wireless Access Network), the operator’s enterprise broadband service. This next phase of managed services relationship will help Bharti Airtel achieve better network efficiency, simplify operations and deliver better quality services.
2012-01-11 | MegaFon customers to enjoy enhanced mobile services
Customers of MegaFon in Moscow will soon enjoy new services, faster, more reliable connections and improved coverage with better network performance. The leading operator in Russia has selected Nokia Siemens Networks’ Single RAN (radio access network) platform to modernize its GSM network in the Moscow region. This platform will improve network performance, energy efficiency, and reduce capital and operating costs for MegaFon. In addition, the multi-technology platform paves the way for a smooth transition to Long Term Evolution (LTE) providing 4G services.