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Nokia Siemens Networks Interim Report Q1 2013 available
Leading operators confirm Nokia Siemens Networks leadership in LTE
Top operators around the world are choosing Nokia Siemens Networks LTE to deliver the future of 4G mobile broadband and beyond. Find out why.
Still huge potential for 3G
The talk today may be 4G, but 3G still has lots to offer. With performance advances and the right promotion, operators can continue to make money from 3G while giving consumers what they want. Read more.
New ways to innovate – the mobile broadband competition in Israel
We have announced an innovation competition on software solutions for Liquid Applications in Israel, in one of the world’s most vibrant technology and innovation hot spots. The aim is to stimulate and translate ideas from the Israeli high-tech ecosystem into concrete software solutions based on Liquid Applications. More details including how to apply are available on our competition page.
Help us to win one of the CTIA Emerging Technology Awards “Online Pick!”
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The deadline for voting is Monday, May 20 at 7:00pm Central US Time (Irving, Texas).
Annual report 2012 available
Within the report you will find out more about who we are, our turnaround, how we are building the infrastructure for the next generation of mobile networks, and how delighted our customers are in their relationship with us.
We welcome you to an exploration of how we are enabling the mobile world. Nokia Siemens Networks for a world in motion™ View the online version of our Annual Report 2012
How to use TD-LTE effectively – an award-winning answer
The time division flavor of LTE, TD-LTE, helps operators to increase capacity efficiently and make full use of scarce spectrum. Read how innovation makes it all work.
Ask the expert: Why operators cannot afford to hesitate over latency
Nokia Siemens Networks argues that the importance of low latency in networks is not being given the attention it deserves. We question resident latency expert Ossi Pöllänen and get some quick responses.
Exit Big Data. Enter Right Data
A lot is written about the power of ‘Big Data’. But in the fast-paced telco world, something more responsive is needed. Enter ‘Right Data’ – it’s an idea proven to work. Read more.
The new rules of mobile subscriber loyalty
Independent research and important technological advances have revealed three crucial drivers of mobile broadband subscriber loyalty. That’s the good news. The bad news? Your boardroom probably over-estimates its abilities. Read the full article.
Wizard of Cells – a fun new game for the mobile broadband industry
Play the all-new mobile broadband game that’ll stretch your analysis and decision-making skills to the limit. Be an operator and use the latest tools and processes to keep your customers happy. It’s fun, interactive and instructive. Play now.
Providing profitable quality
Do you know when YouTube had highest number of concurrent live streams? The answer is here.