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2013-05-13 | Nokia Siemens Networks opens Global Delivery Center hub in China

Provides centralized services delivery, TD-LTE competences for operators in China and around the world

Nokia Siemens Networks today inaugurated a Global Delivery Center (GDC) hub in Zhengzhou, province of Henan. The new facility will provide tools, processes and skilled resources to remotely manage mobile broadband networks for operators in China and around the world. Pooling together existing competences and assets, it will also deliver full life-cycle services for TD-LTE*, reinforcing Nokia Siemens Networks leadership and contribution to a thriving TD-LTE ecosystem.

2013-05-13 | Mobile operators: use CEM business insight to delight your best customers #1GBperday$
  • New near real-time business insight helps to prioritize capacity, network decisions
  • Enables value-based profiling of the best customers to strengthen loyalty with personalized offers

Nokia Siemens Networks is extending its Customer Experience Management (CEM) portfolio to enable operators to pinpoint their best customers by service and location. With this insight, operators can focus on boosting the satisfaction of those customers who bring in the most revenue. The new capabilities are also a powerful way to counter the rising risk of churn, which has swelled to 39% across all markets and subscriber groups, an increase of more than 20% in one year according to Nokia Siemens Networks’ 2013 Acquisition and Retention Study Report.* 

2013-05-10 | Nokia Siemens Networks gives operators full control, confidence in network automation #1GBperday$

Enhanced transparency, control over network automation free up time to focus on customer expectations for service quality

Nokia Siemens Networks is making it easier than ever for operators to deploy network automation. New capabilities for Nokia Siemens Networks intelligent Self Organizing Networks (iSON) manage every aspect of self-configuration, self-optimization and self-healing to save time and costs and improve network quality. Tools for automating these processes, all available from a single interface, guide the operator from start to finish, verifying the successful completion of each step. They also help operators meet high subscriber expectations for quality, which are clear from the results of the 2013 Acquisition & Retention Study Report*, and take advantage of their willingness to pay more for it.

2013-05-08 | Mobile operators: keep your customers loyal by focusing on voice, data quality #1GBperday$
  • Number of people likely to switch mobile operator has jumped by more than 20%*
  • Global sales of smartphones now outpace sales of feature phones**
  • Nokia Siemens Networks launches product, service innovations to help operators profitably address growing expectations for quality in the fast-growing smartphone market

The number of people likely to switch mobile operators is now 39% globally and has jumped by more than 20% in one year, according to the 2013 Acquisition and Retention Study Report* from Nokia Siemens Networks. The study underscores the importance of both Internet quality, which has become a deciding factor in the choice of operators in mature markets, and voice quality, which is key in other markets. To help operators address these expectations, Nokia Siemens Networks is launching a series of product and service innovations to help grow and target network capacity, simplify operations and improve the customer experience.

2013-05-08 | North America head Rick Corker to join the Nokia Siemens Networks Executive Board

Rick Corker, head of the North American region, will join the Nokia Siemens Networks executive board and executive management team, effective immediately. Corker will continue to report to CEO, Rajeev Suri, and is based in Dallas, USA.

2013-05-08 | Nokia Siemens Networks Q1 2013 Press Release

Solid operating profit, cash generation and financial position

2013-04-26 | Nokia Siemens Networks appoints Maria Varsellona as general counsel

Maria Varsellona has been appointed as general counsel at Nokia Siemens Networks, effective July 1, 2013. Varsellona will report to CEO, Rajeev Suri, and join the company’s executive board. She will be based in Munich, Germany.

2013-04-24 | Ooredoo launches 4G network to provide ultra-fast mobile broadband in Qatar

Nokia Siemens Networks has provided a complete radio and core network infrastructure

Ooredoo has launched ultra-fast 4G mobile broadband services with data speeds up to three to six times faster than 3G for its customers in Doha. Nokia Siemens Networks as the sole supplier built the complete LTE (long term evolution) radio and core network for the operator.

2013-04-16 | M1 modernizes network to ensure better voice, data services in Singapore

Nokia Siemens Networks implements its Liquid Core platform and radio network, refarms GSM 900 MHz frequency to expand operator’s 3G network

Customers of M1, a leading full-service provider of mobile and fixed communications in Singapore, will soon enjoy enhanced voice and data services with improved network connectivity and coverage. To achieve this, M1 has commissioned Nokia Siemens Networks to strengthen its voice core network and expand its 3G network by using its service expertise, implementing its Liquid Core* and radio networks, and refarming the GSM 900 MHz band.

2013-04-09 | Nokia Siemens Networks launches mobile broadband innovation competition in Israel

Invites Israeli high-tech companies to exploit full potential of Liquid Applications

Nokia Siemens Networks is launching its Israel Innovation Competition today. The competition aims to capture high-tech innovations that complement the company’s industry-changing Liquid Applications solution. Companies, start-ups and entrepreneurs in Israel are called to submit their applications and help shape the future of mobile communications.