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2011-06-30 | GSM celebrates 20 years
On July 1, 1991, the world’s first GSM call on a commercial network was made between Finland’s former prime minister Harri Holkeri and vice mayor of the city of Tampere Kaarina Suonio. The first GSM network was built by Telenokia and Siemens – today’s Nokia Siemens Networks – for the Finnish operator Radiolinja, now operating under the name Elisa.
2011-06-30 | Dutch MVNO Intercity Zakelijk partners with Nokia Siemens Networks
Intercity Zakelijk, a Dutch mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) for business customers in the Netherlands, will soon be able to offer new features and differentiated services. The operator has awarded Nokia Siemens Networks a long-term contract to design, implement and support its complete mobile core network. Nokia Siemens Networks’ technology and services will allow Intercity Zakelijk to differentiate itself by providing services more rapidly and flexibly.
2011-06-28 | FASTWEB further enhances Internet speed
Customers of FASTWEB can look forward to further enhanced Internet speeds. Italy’s leading broadband provider has chosen Nokia Siemens Networks and Juniper Networks to strengthen its IP backbone to meet growing Internet traffic and service quality demands.
2011-06-23 | Yutong Bus uses Nokia Siemens Networks’ telematics applications
Nokia Siemens Networks has signed a contract with Yutong Bus company Ltd, to provide a machine to machine (M2M) service platform and develop various telematics applications. Telematics applications enable exclusive services such as emergency response, fleet management and remote diagnostics for Yutong buses leading to transport services.
2011-06-21 | Nokia Siemens Networks to provide broadband for Austrian trains
Passengers using WESTbahn’s luxury express trains on the Salzburg-Vienna route will enjoy a superior travel experience with always-on broadband and other online services by the end of 2011. The Austrian railway operator has commissioned Nokia Siemens Networks to equip seven new double-deck trains with broadband access. The broadband connectivity will also enable the monitoring of trains and onboard equipment to improve operational support.
2011-06-21 | Improvements in Vip customer care
Vipnet, Croatia’s leading operator, is using Nokia Siemens Networks’ Customer Care Automation* software to provide its service agents with the information required to resolve customer issues instantly. Service agents are able to find the cause of a service problem and solve it without involving further technical specialists. This instant problem solving boosts customer experience while improving operational efficiency for the operator.
2011-06-20 | Nokia Siemens Networks invests in semiconductor innovator ClariPhy Inc.
Nokia Siemens Networks has invested an undisclosed amount for a stake in ClariPhy Inc., a leading US-based semiconductor developer. ClariPhy provides advanced integrated circuits that improve the efficiency and capacity of networks used for transporting vast quantities of information.
2011-06-20 | Nokia Siemens Networks adds depth to customer experience management
Today, 66 percent of operators worldwide cannot access the data in their networks and IT systems to enhance their customers’ service experience*. Nokia Siemens Networks’ expanded customer experience management portfolio, CEM 2.0, helps operators fully utilize this data to improve the customer experience and their business results. Its full capabilities are on show at this week’s CommunicAsia 2011 event in Singapore.
2011-06-19 | Nokia Siemens Networks boosts base station power for greater capacity
Nokia Siemens Networks has expanded its Liquid Radio architecture* by launching a new, high power radio module for its Flexi Multiradio Base Station family** at CommunicAsia 2011 in Singapore. The higher output power means that the module offers greater GSM coverage and increased 3G data capacity at the edge of cells, providing an overall 40% increase in performance. This provides operators with the ability to efficiently enhance their network. In addition, the ability of the new radio module to allocate carriers frequencies across a broad 60 MHz range reduces the size of hardware required per base station site allowing more flexibility in deployment.
2011-06-17 | Nokia Siemens Networks helps carriers drive increased business agility at CommunicAsia 2011
Nokia Siemens Networks will demonstrate innovations around its theme of ‘The Liquid Telco: Extreme Efficiency for Success’ at CommunicAsia 2011. The company will focus on practical solutions for enabling extremely flexible networks that dynamically adjust to changing customer demands. In addition, the theme reflects the fact that communication service providers (CSPs) require business agility to succeed in the highly fluid market environment.