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Press releases 2009

2009-12-22 | O2 redesigns German network to improve customer experience

Telefónica O2 Germany has recently expanded and upgraded its 2G and 3G mobile networks. The modernization has improved the quality of voice services and provides broadband access to subscribers across Germany, while saving energy. Nokia Siemens Networks carried out part of the core and radio network modernization in a project completed months ahead of schedule.

2009-12-21 | Nokia Siemens Networks claims market leadership in network optimization

Close to eighty of the worlds leading communications service providers are now using the market leading Nokia Siemens Networks NetAct Optimizer, a highly automated tool for improving radio network quality and performance. NetAct Optimizer speeds the optimization process by 50% compared to traditional methods while improving network performance by an average of 15% leading to increased return on revenue. NetAct Optimizer is also a key component of Nokia Siemens Networks’ Self Organizing Networks (SON) Suite.

2009-12-17 | Exploit ICT to reduce global warming: Nokia Siemens Networks at COP15

Stephan Scholz, the chief technology officer of Nokia Siemens Networks, today virtually joined the COP15 summit to emphasize the unique ability that Information and Communications Technology (ICT) has to foster environmentally sustainable development.

2009-12-17 | Tata Teleservices appoints Nokia Siemens Networks to provide future-proof mobile backhaul network in India

Tata Teleservices Limited, the leading dual-technology telecom service operator with pan-India presence, has appointed Nokia Siemens Networks to implement part of its next phase transmission network. With this, Tata Teleservices is gearing up for the upcoming growth in data traffic and enhancing IP capabilities of its existing mobile backhaul network.

2009-12-16 | Uniting communities with 3G

Nokia Siemens Networks has joined hands with Digital Empowerment Foundation (DEF) to promote digital inclusion during the forthcoming 2009 edition of the Manthan Award South Asia, to be held from Dec 18-19, 2009 in New Delhi. The event, organized by DEF, is South Asia’s largest on Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for commerce, governance and rural development.

2009-12-15 | World’s leading telcos see profitability of open mobile internet access as biggest challenge

A global survey has found that the strategies of the world’s leading telecoms operators are dominated by the challenges arising from providing transparent and open mobile internet services. Improving network performance to increase customer satisfaction, while coping with the mobile data surge caused by social networking, mobile app stores, TV services and voice over IP, top their business needs.

2009-12-10 | Nokia Siemens Networks rings up another first in LTE with 3GPP standardized voice calls

Nokia Siemens Networks has carried out the world’s first voice calls in LTE networks using commercial, 3GPP-standardized user and network equipment. The success of the voice calls and SMS texting demonstrate the viability of the One Voice approach to voice over LTE (VoLTE).

2009-12-09 | m:tel subscribers poised to enjoy high-quality 2G services

Telekomunikacije RS a.d. Banja Luka - m:tel, one of the country’s leading communications service provider, will soon extend its services to more customers in Bosnia and Herzegovina, while improving their overall end-user experience. The operator has chosen Nokia Siemens Networks to expand and upgrade its GSM network and enable customized services for its subscribers.

2009-12-08 | Nokia Siemens Networks recognized as African Vendor of the Year at CommsMEA Awards 2009

Nokia Siemens Networks has been recognized for its service and commitment to the African continent at this year’s CommsMEA Awards with the ‘African Vendor of the Year’ award.

2009-12-08 | Beijing Mobile subscribers first in region to enjoy next generation mobile broadband

Beijing Mobile subscribers will soon enjoy increased data speeds and an overall improved wireless broadband experience. The operator will be first in the region to commercially implement direct tunnel technology, an innovative solution from Nokia Siemens Networks that cost effectively improves packet core network efficiency and sets the stage for future proof Long Term Evolution (LTE) deployment.