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Press releases 2008
2008-12-18 | Global telecom experts help students 'Bridge the Gap' in Telecommunication and Information Technology
Under its "Uniting communities" program of corporate social responsibility, Nokia Siemens Networks has entered into partnerships with three educational institutions in India to foster communications and information technology skills and opportunities for students. Under its 'Bridge the Gap' program, the company will work with Swechha (a non-governmental organization), to roll out networking training, and provide apprenticeship opportunities to students in six New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) Schools. In addition, the company has entered into agreements with the Amity institute of Telecom Technology & Management (AITTM), a part of Amity University, Noida and Institute of Technology & Management (ITM), Gurgaon under which it will provide scholarship opportunities to fourteen deserving students.
2008-12-15 | Nokia Siemens Networks exhibits 'greener' technology at 3GSM Middle East
Driven by its vision to connect 5 billion people by the year 2015, Nokia Siemens Networks is developing communications products and services that are energy efficient, environmentally sensitive and use recyclable components wherever possible.
2008-12-08 | TTSL teams up with Nokia Siemens Networks
Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL), India's youngest and fastest-growing telecom service provider, has partnered with Nokia Siemens Networks for its pan-India GSM network rollout. Under the terms of the partnership, Nokia Siemens Networks has been identified as one of the main vendors that will manage the operations of the networks it deploys over a period of five years. Managed services forms just one portion of the vast scope of the deal€”the complete services outlay includes local supplies, network planning, project management, network roll-out and systems integration activities across the national network.
2008-12-04 | Nokia Siemens Networks first to double EDGE data speeds with Downlink Dual Carrier call
Nokia Siemens Networks has made the world's first Downlink Dual Carrier EDGE end-to-end call with mobile devices, bringing the promise of doubling today's EDGE network data speeds to a level that will provide support a host of applications such as posting video clips to blogs or streaming news on mobile TV.
2008-12-04 | Nokia, Nokia Siemens Networks and Save the Children Finland in Partnership to provide water, sanitation and health education to Alaba Special Woreda
Nokia and Nokia Siemens Networks announced their partnership with Save the Children Finland to help alleviate the existing water problem made worse by the current drought in Alaba Special Woreda through collaboration with the Woreda administration and its relevant offices.
2008-12-04 | Ovum report: Nokia Siemens Networks leads the 40G market
Nokia Siemens Networks is the clear market leader in the WDM ((Wavelength Division Multiplexing) deployment of 40 Gigabit per second (40G), according to the new Ovum report "Global 40G/100G market update"*. With a market share of 35 percent, the company is a full 12 percentage points ahead of the nearest competitor.
2008-12-03 | Nokia Siemens Networks Showcases High Speed Wireless Broadband at WiMAX Forum 2008 in Rio de Janeiro
Internet communications are going mobile as end users want to have broadband in their pockets and the increased traffic creates a powerful thirst for connectivity, a need for fast and reliable "broadband everywhere". This surge in the worldwide connectivity demand can be both a challenge and an opportunity for the key telecommunication market players and to deliver this ability and be profitable, communications service providers need to quickly determine the right balance in their portfolios that will allow them to meet this rising demand.
2008-12-03 | Poland's leading satellite TV provider tunes into mobile with Nokia Siemens Networks
Cyfrowy Polsat SA, Poland's largest digital satellite pay television platform has launched mobile phone services, based on its own telecommunications infrastructure using network solutions from Nokia Siemens Networks.
2008-12-01 | Qatar’s Mobile Broadband Speeds to Double with Major Infrastructure Upgrade
Qatar Telecom QSC (“Qtel”, Ticker: QTEL.QA), the leading telecommunications company, took another important stride towards delivering the highest standard of communications infrastructure today, with the completion of an agreement to implement a full network modernization project that will double mobile broadband speeds in Qatar.
2008-12-01 | Nokia Siemens Networks peers into the ultra-fast future with groundbreaking mobile broadband demonstration
Nokia Siemens Networks has broken new ground with another technological first: mobile broadband communications beyond LTE. Company researchers have successfully demonstrated Relaying technology proposed for LTE-Advanced, enabling an exceptional end-user experience delivered consistently across the network.