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Communications for one, for everyone
The world’s population currently stands at more than 6.5 billion and is growing by 9,000 people every hour. By 2015, we predict that 5 billion people will be using modern communications, the majority through broadband connections. What everyone does with their communications is different. So don’t we all deserve a service that matches our unique, individual needs?
Exploring the connected world
What does living in a connected world mean? Broadcaster Adrian Simpson hit the road to see how communication technology is changing lives and opening up the future.
A vision put into practice
We interview Bosco Novak, Chief Market Operations Officer at Nokia Siemens Networks, to ask him about the company's vision and how it is relevant to customers worldwide.
Long term everything
LTE is in the news every day. But what will LTE mean for the communications industry? unite looks for the simple truth behind this technology.
M1 maintains innovative outlook for Singapore
Keeping ahead of the game in one of the most competitive communications markets in the world is no easy task, but one that is made simpler for Singapore’s MobileOne with Nokia Siemens Networks’ Flexi Base Station.
Telenor aims high with LTE
In April 2009, Sweden’s Telenor and Tele2 announced plans to build and share an LTE network, aiming to provide broadband to 99 percent of the Swedish population. unite interviews Magnus Zetterberg, CTO at Telenor Sweden to find out more.
Cooperation creates innovation
Vodafone and Nokia Siemens Networks are collaborating to craft new technologies that enhance the customer experience and reduce network costs – unite looks at the successes.
Making rural 3G viable in Finland
Finnish market leader Elisa's planned 3G rollout and mobile broadband upgrade will deliver a superior experience to its rural customers. Nokia Siemens Networks' innovative solution will cut deployment costs by 50 percent.
Three pillars of environmental sustainability
Around the world there is a steadily growing impetus for moving economies onto a more environmentally sustainable path. Communications has an important role to play.
We take a look at some of the latest innovations from the Nokia Siemens Networks' product, solutions and service portfolio.
Technology talk: Innovation engine
Welcome to Technology talk, a new feature that puts the spotlight on innovation in Nokia Siemens Networks’ portfolio. To kick off, we interview CTO Stephan Scholz about the company’s research activities and its technology vision.
Technology talk: Making IPoDWDM easier
Nokia Siemens Networks and Juniper are creating a ground-breaking solution that brings together optical networking and IP routing. Operators can benefit from a highly flexible, reliable and cost-effective way to scale their networks to meet growing traffic volumes.
Technology talk: The cool way to make batteries last longer
Nokia Siemens Networks - SiteStar is an innovative cooling cabinet that can triple battery life and cut the electricity consumed for cooling base station batteries by up to 95 percent.
Technology talk: Busting the backhaul bottleneck
LTE will increasingly expose mobile backhaul infrastructure based on leased line and TDM architecture as a bottleneck to consumers’ growing appetite for data on-the-go.
Technology talk: The fast track to Voice over LTE
Nokia Siemens Networks has launched a smart approach for providing voice services over LTE networks, needing only simple and cost-effective software and hardware upgrades to existing circuit-switched core networks.
Technology talk: Business beyond flat rates
The widespread introduction of flat-rate tariffs has been a key development that has helped to create the explosion in mobile broadband use.
Technology talk: Software-defined radio helps make more of spectrum
Spectrum is a scarce resource for most operators facing the challenge of rapidly rising traffic volumes in their networks.
Technology talk: Solving the challenges of IP transport migration
When operators plan their migration of mobile backhaul to IP, two key challenges arise time and time again – lack of available site space to install extra equipment, and the difficult technical issue of synchronization over IP technologies.
Technology talk: Evolved Packet Core supports LTE transition
A key part of the end-to-end Nokia Siemens Networks LTE solution is the Evolved Packet Core (EPC).
Technology talk: Network element management system keeps it simple
Simplicity in building and managing networks equates directly to greater savings.
Network efficiency: Insights into Global Service Delivery
Global Service Delivery is an innovative approach to delivering services across the world and around the clock, helping achieve efficient operations, rapid network development and quality.
China Telecom revamps mobile video experience
By launching China’s first high end 3G video streaming services in 2009, China Telecom has differentiated itself in the market, and given its growing customer base a richer mobile video streaming experience.
3G goes global
3G is a commercial reality in many parts of Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and sub-Saharan Africa, with those countries that have so far missed the 3G train working on proposals to get on board.
No compromise on corporate responsibility
A new report outlines Nokia Siemens Networks’ continuing commitment to Corporate Responsibility. It gives the company an opportunity to communicate proactively and transparently its achievements and commitment. Former CEO Simon Beresford-Wylie shared his view on why this matters so much.
Nokia Siemens Networks is proud of its award-winning achievements, with more organizations recognizing our innovative technology and leading edge business practice.
A changed world
When I joined the communications industry in 1982, around 350 million households had fixed lines, and mobility essentially didn’t exist (it would be another year before Illinois Bell opened the first commercial cellular system in the US).