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2013-05-22 | Mobile data in India nearly doubles in 2012, 3G data triples - Nokia Siemens Networks study
  • 3G services generate one third of the total mobile data; category A circles* biggest contributor for 3G data
  • In category A circles, half the number of smartphone users still use 2G for data

Nokia Siemens Networks’ MBit Index study reveals a 92% increase in mobile data traffic generated by both 2G and 3G services in India between December 2011 and December 2012. The study further reveals that mobile data traffic generated by 3G services increased by 196% while mobile data traffic generated by 2G services increased by 66% during the period.

2013-05-22 | Liquid Radio WCDMA Software Suite helps operators reduce signaling, manage the smartphone traffic boom #1GBperday$

New software applications create cognitive learning networks, enable a tenfold reduction in signaling

Nokia Siemens Networks launches new software applications for the Liquid Radio WCDMA Software Suite to help mobile broadband manage the smartphone boom and substantially reduce the network signaling overload. Smartphone users will gain faster services and longer battery life, while operators will be able to serve more subscribers on existing hardware and enjoy lower operational and capital costs.

2013-05-21 | Mobile operators: make cellular and Wi-Fi work together #1GBperday$

Nokia Siemens Networks enables advanced Wi-Fi traffic steering capabilities, enhances residential connectivity

Nokia Siemens Networks is enhancing its Smart Wi-Fi solution to provide the industry’s most comprehensive traffic steering capabilities between cellular and Wi-Fi networks. The company is also launching a new 3G Femtocell Access Point for seamless connectivity in residential areas. By enhancing cellular networks with Wi-Fi and residential access points, operators can ensure seamless connectivity and positive customer experience across all networks.

2013-05-20 | Nokia Siemens Networks Liquid Broadband brings best ever video #1GBperday$

Advanced video optimization matches video quality with smartphone capabilities

With mobile video traffic expected to more than double every year until 2015, operators need a new and effective way to satisfy growing demand for network and service quality *. Nokia Siemens Networks is launching a combined video optimization solution that delivers a high quality video experience while simultaneously reducing radio network loading by up to 25%. By combining the capabilities of Flexi Content Optimizer, policy management and new real-time congestion awareness, which is unique to Nokia Siemens Networks, operators can match video quality to each user's device.

2013-05-13 | Nokia Siemens Networks signs memorandum of understanding (MoU) for OSS interoperability initiative (OSSii)

Reduces Operations Support Systems (OSS) integration costs and enables shorter time-to-market for new services

The major OSS players Nokia Siemens Networks, Ericsson and Huawei have initiated and signed a MoU enabling utilization of OSS innovations across the industry. To help operators simplify network operations and reduce costs, the companies have agreed to cross-license the OSS interfaces used for multi-vendor network management.

2013-05-13 | Zain Kuwait ensures superior mobile broadband experience

Nokia Siemens Networks implements its customer experience management approach to proactively enhance subscriber experience

Zain Kuwait has deployed Nokia Siemens Networks’ Customer Experience Management (CEM), ensuring a superior service experience for its mobile broadband customers. Nokia Siemens Networks’ CEM helps Zain Kuwait proactively and cost-efficiently improve its service quality, provide tailor-made services, roll out new services faster, and carry out targeted campaigns in order to further satisfy its customers.

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.