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2011-10-21 | Indosat, Nokia Siemens Networks conduct Indonesia’s first 1800 MHz LTE trial
Indosat, Indonesia’s leading operator, and Nokia Siemens Networks have successfully conducted the country’s first Long Term Evolution (LTE) field trial in the 1800 MHz band. The trial is based on FDD-LTE (frequency division duplex) technology and showcases Indosat’s network readiness to re-farm the existing 1800 MHz frequency band. The trial took place in Surabaya and Bali in the presence of government representatives and regulatory authorities.
2011-10-18 | New Facebook app connects customers to operators
Nokia Siemens Networks has launched a Facebook app that operators can use to allow people to personally manage their fixed and mobile telecom services. The new app enables customers to check their balance, browse and buy special offers and subscribe to services. In addition, customers can share their experience across their social network and get rewards for recommending services to friends. The app aims to offer an improved service by allowing operators to engage with customers where they spend their time online.
2011-10-17 | Bharti Airtel Africa enhances mobile internet browsing experience and multi-media messaging services
Customers of Bharti Airtel in Africa will soon enjoy seamless internet connectivity and simpler, more intuitive mobile data services. The operator has selected Nokia Siemens Networks’ Serve atOnce Device Management (SADM) software to be implemented across affiliates in 16 African countries. In addition, Nokia Siemens Networks will consolidate the operator’s existing multimedia messaging service (MMS) platforms into one centrally managed virtual platform.
2011-10-13 | FASTWEB deploying Italy’s first 100G optical network
FASTWEB, one of Italy’s largest broadband providers, is deploying the country’s first 100 Gigabit per second (100G) per channel optical fiber network between Milan and Rome. Using Nokia Siemens Networks technology, the network will be capable of simultaneously transmitting up to 40 wavelengths of light, each carrying data at 100G. This will allow a total data transfer speed of up to 4 Terabits per second.
2011-10-10 | Nokia Siemens Networks tackles broadband challenge with savvier transport
Nokia Siemens Networks and Juniper Networks are launching Carrier Ethernet Transport 3.0 (CET) at Carrier Ethernet World Congress 2011. CET 3.0 provides a simple, cost effective migration to packet-based transport networks by managing the surging demand for bandwidth from mobile backhaul, business and residential data traffic. Nokia Siemens Networks is also showcasing its Packet Optical Transport system, illustrating how the end-to-end control of transport services can be greatly simplified. Both technologies are on show at Carrier Ethernet World Congress 2011, between 10 – 13 October, at the Hotel Okura, Amsterdam.
2011-10-06 | Vodacom Tanzania offers flexible bill payment options to its customers
Nokia Siemens Networks has migrated the existing charging and billing system of Vodacom Tanzania to its own charge@once unified* platform. As a result of a long-term, trusted partnership, Vodacom Tanzania has commissioned Nokia Siemens Networks for this project. With the charge@once unified platform, Vodacom Tanzania’s customers can now flexibly choose either prepaid, post paid or a combination of both payment options for their voice, data and SMS services. The platform also offers a wide set of pre-defined modules that can be used to create marketing campaigns with minimal efforts and more flexibility in a shorter turnaround time.
2011-09-29 | Airtel signs agreement with Nokia Siemens Networks for 2G expansion, 3G deployment and managed services in Africa
Bharti Airtel (‘Airtel’), a leading global telecommunications company with operations in 19 countries across Asia and Africa, announced today it has entered into an agreement with Nokia Siemens Networks to expand its 2G (GSM/EDGE) networks and deploy 3G networks in seven African countries. Under the agreement, Nokia Siemens Networks will manage end-to-end network operations, including planning, designing and implementing the 2G and 3G networks for Airtel. The vendor will provide its energy-efficient Flexi Multiradio Base Stations* to expand network coverage to under-served areas, including smaller towns and villages in the seven countries**.
2011-09-29 | Nokia Siemens Networks improves network capacity for E-Plus Group
Germany’s E-Plus Group offers now improved mobile broadband with higher bandwidth, thanks to an upgraded backbone network deployed by Nokia Siemens Networks. The country-wide upgrade, based on flexible, cost-effective Ethernet technology, covers more than 60 sites. The system also incorporates a wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) backhaul platform from ADVA Optical Networking to improve E-Plus’s ability to respond to sudden surges in mobile data traffic.
2011-09-29 | Executive Chairman appointed at Nokia Siemens Networks; Nokia and Siemens to each provide new capital of EUR 500 million
Espoo, Finland and Munich, Germany – Nokia and Siemens today announced the appointment of Jesper Ovesen as Executive Chairman of the Board of Nokia Siemens Networks, effective today.
2011-09-27 | New service provides radio network modernization in days, instead of months
Telecom operators can now increase their network capacity in days, instead of months, to improve network performance and efficiency and accommodate a surge in data traffic. Nokia Siemens Networks has introduced a Network Cloning service, the first of its kind in the telecom industry, for radio network controller (RNC) upgrade and modernization. The service provides RNC upgrades quickly and with minimum disruption to the network, reducing operational expense by more than 50 percent compared to traditional infrastructure upgrades.