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2014-09-02 | Nokia Networks big data innovation promises dynamic experience management #NetworksPerform

Nokia Networks is unveiling research that combines newly developed telco-scale big data* analytics, artificial intelligence and full process automation to make experience management dynamic. The Nokia Networks FutureWorks** innovation is the world’s first technique to instantly optimize the individual application sessions of subscribers to deliver high Quality of Experience (QoE) to almost 100% of all sessions, even under high loads. This cannot be achieved by current methods because, without this, an automated, immediate and iterative loop between analytics, decision and optimization has been missing.

2014-09-02 | Nokia Networks expands portfolio to boost network, service quality #NetworksPerform

Innovations, expert advantage services help operators tackle potential 40% global churn rate 

2014-09-01 | Safer, faster travel for Spanish railway passengers

Nokia Networks selected by Bombardier to deploy GSM-R for ADIF’s Valladolid-León and Venta de Baños-Burgos high-speed train line lines

Nokia Networks selected by ADIF as sole supplier for GSM-R communications for the La Robla-Pola de Lena high-speed train line

2014-08-25 | Nokia Networks completes acquisition of SAC Wireless

Acquisition expected to boost company’s network implementation services business and grow market share in the U.S.

2014-08-22 | Three confirms partnership with Nokia Networks as part of overall €300m network investment plan

Nokia Networks chosen to develop market-leading network

2014-08-11 | Nokia Networks, Vodafone roll out first commercial 700 MHZ LTE network in New Zealand

Is one of the first APT 700 MHz networks in the world

Will enhance network coverage and capacity in Papakura using low frequency band

2014-08-04 | Nokia Networks and Harris Corporation launch a rapidly deployable LTE coverage solution at APCO 2014

New Orleans, Louisiana – Today at APCO International, Nokia Networks and its public safety partner Harris Corporation launch a rapidly deployable LTE solution, giving first responders 4G/LTE coverage and capacity in one hour or less and allowing faster distribution of data and videos. The solution enables network restoration and remote temporary coverage which is crucial in disaster or rural areas where coverage is not present or has been compromised, and extended network coverage during special public events.

2014-08-04 | Nokia Networks delivers the best quality in the fastest TD-LTE rollout for China Mobile

Beijing, China – Nokia Networks has recently been ranked a leader in China Mobile’s quality assessment of its commercial TD-LTE network. The operator has developed a rigorous evaluation program* of its vendor deployments in all the major cities and provinces across China. The results showed a clear advantage for Nokia Networks, which has provided the best network performance as well as the fastest network implementation, measured across the top 10 provincial capitals.

2014-07-31 | Nokia Networks to buy part of Panasonic’s wireless network business

Espoo, Finland – Nokia Networks today announced that it has entered into a memorandum of understanding to acquire part of the wireless networks business of Panasonic System Networks Company Limited. The agreement covers Panasonic’s mobile phone (LTE/3G) wireless base station system business for mobile operators and related wireless equipment system business.

2014-07-29 | Nokia Networks first to trial LTE for national TV broadcasting

Nokia Networks is pioneering the technology needed to efficiently use LTE for nationwide TV broadcasting. The company is working with a range of partners* in the world’s first field trial of wide-area TV broadcasting using a single LTE frequency within UHF spectrum. In a Single Frequency Network (SFN) all base stations use exactly the same frequency to transmit TV content, which maximizes the number of simultaneous TV channels broadcast over a large geographical area in a given amount of spectrum.