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2011-09-07 | Nokia Siemens Networks services center in Russia begins operations
Nokia Siemens Networks today announced the start of operations for its Global Network Operations Center (GNOC)* located in Voronezh, Russia. The new center will help telecoms operators across Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) to improve the speed, quality and efficiency of their services. The GNOC in Russia will improve economies of scale through its centralized network operations for regional operators. Mobile TeleSystems (MTS) in Russia is the first operator to enjoy these benefits.
2011-09-05 | GO makes multi-million investment in mobile network
GO, Malta’s leading quad-play communications provider, will soon be offering faster mobile broadband and more reliable voice services to its subscribers. The operator is revamping its existing GSM and 3G networks through the replacement of the current infrastructure and doubling the number of base stations to provide high quality network and reliable voice and mobile data connections both indoors and outdoors. GO has selected Nokia Siemens Networks to provide the new radio and all-IP mobile backhaul network and related services.
2011-09-05 | Nokia Siemens Networks appoints Sandeep Girotra to lead India business
Nokia Siemens Networks has announced the appointment of Sandeep Girotra to lead its business in India. Girotra will be based in Gurgaon and his appointment is effective from October 1, 2011. Girotra is currently responsible for a number of key customer accounts in India as a sub-region head.
2011-08-31 | Latvijas Mobilais Telefons customers first in Latvia to enjoy ultra-fast 4G services
Customers of Latvijas Mobilais Telefons (LMT), the largest mobile operator in Latvia, can now enjoy ultra-fast broadband with speeds of up to 100 megabits per second (Mbps) for accessing services, including reliable video streaming, real-time gaming, and movies-on-demand. Nokia Siemens Networks has deployed a Long Term Evolution (LTE)* network in the 1800 MHz spectrum band with its end-to-end LTE solution including radio access equipment and evolved packet core. The network went live in May 2011.
2011-08-31 | TeliaSonera modernizes its radio network in Finland with Nokia Siemens Networks
Under the two-year agreement, Nokia Siemens Networks will modernize TeliaSonera Finland’s existing GSM and 3G networks, and roll out new LTE services. TeliaSonera was the first operator in the world to commercially launch 4G services − now its customers in the central part of Helsinki can enjoy super-fast mobile broadband services, thanks to Nokia Siemens Networks’ 4G/LTE* radio equipment.
2011-08-16 | Nokia Siemens Networks technology certified for sales to U.S. government
Nokia Siemens Networks’ technology for all-IP based voice, video and data communications has been accorded ‘Approved Products List’ (APL) status* by the U.S. government’s Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA). The certification, awarded in May 2011, allows the Department of Defense (DoD) and other government agencies to purchase the company’s Military Next Generation (Mil NGN) solution**.
2011-08-09 | Nokia Siemens Networks is India’s largest international telecoms infrastructure manufacturer
India is one of the fastest growing telecom markets in the world. With a remarkable GSM footprint, a rapidly growing 3G market and the expected rollout of TD-LTE, there is strong demand for telecom equipment. To help meet this demand, India’s largest international telecom infrastructure manufacturer, Nokia Siemens Networks, is expanding its Chennai (Oragadam) manufacturing facility from 35,000 to 55,000 square meters, and increasing the number of product lines to 33.
2011-07-28 | Cable Bahamas to provide high-quality IP telephony services
Cable Bahamas, the leading cable and broadband service provider in the Bahamas, will soon be the first in the islands to offer high-quality, attractively priced IP telephony service over cable networks. The company has selected Nokia Siemens Networks’ voice over cable (VoC) softswitch platform to roll out the services.
2011-07-22 | M-net strengthens position in voice services
M-net Telekommunikations GmbH, a leading operator in Bavaria, Germany, is swapping its existing softswitch with a solution from Nokia Siemens Networks. The operator has selected Nokia Siemens Networks’ Next Generation Network (NGN) and IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) platforms for the rapid introduction of new services while reducing network operating costs and improving energy efficiency.
2011-07-14 | Nokia Siemens Networks helps expand T-Mobile’s faster 4G network
Nokia Siemens Networks has upgraded portions of T-Mobile USA’s 4G (HSPA+*) network, the country’s most widely deployed 4G network. T-Mobile customers now have access to lightning-fast mobile broadband at potential speeds of up to 42 megabits per second (Mbps) in 152 markets covering 170 million people. The two companies showcased the 42 Mbps HSPA+ at CTIA Wireless 2011 in March.