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2012-11-22 | Nokia Siemens Networks helps Vodacom introduce voice & SMS alongside LTE in South Africa

Vodacom South Africa’s 4G users can now enjoy voice calls and text messaging (SMS) along with their 4G service. To provide this service continuity, the operator has selected Nokia Siemens Networks’ Liquid Core* to enable circuit switched fall-back (CSFB)** functionality in its LTE network. This functionality allows 4G users to make and receive voice calls using either the GSM or 3G network while retaining the benefit of ultra-fast data services via LTE.

2012-11-20 | Nokia Siemens Networks saw greatest rise in Q3 radio access network market, claims ABI Research report

A report on Q3 mobile radio access network (RAN) sales attributes Nokia Siemens Networks with increased market share and revenue despite an overall declining market. Figures from market intelligence company ABI Research Wireless show Nokia Siemens Networks increased its RAN market share quarter-on-quarter by 4.2 percentage points to 22.4%.

2012-11-19 | Nokia Siemens Networks, Ballard Power Systems develop fuel cell backup power for mobile networks
  • Designed to support mobile networks during commercial grid outages
  • Passed NTT DOCOMO evaluation tests and Japan statutory approval for power supply

Nokia Siemens Networks is working with Ballard Power Systems, Inc. to develop mobile networks that can continue to operate during power blackouts. Japanese operator NTT DOCOMO has evaluated the Nokia Siemens Networks Flexi Multiradio base station site offering with integrated fuel cell* backup for potential commercial deployment. The solution has been installed at a DOCOMO R&D Center test site in Japan’s Yokosuka Research Park (YRP).

2012-11-16 | Nokia Siemens Networks appoints René Svendsen-Tune head of Customer Operations in Europe

Nokia Siemens Networks has appointed René Svendsen-Tune as head of its Customer Operations for Europe*. In this role he will be responsible for the company’s sales and customer operations across Europe and be a member of the company’s Executive Board.  Svendsen-Tune will join Nokia Siemens Networks on December 1, 2012 reporting to its chief executive officer, Rajeev Suri.

2012-11-13 | Nokia Siemens Networks is world’s second largest LTE radio access network vendor by revenue says Dell’Oro Group Q3 report

In the third quarter of 2012 Nokia Siemens Networks claimed the second largest share of the LTE mobile radio access network (RAN) market by revenue according to a report from analysts Dell’Oro Group. The report shows that Nokia Siemens Networks share has increased significantly over the last 12 months to just over 21%.

2012-10-30 | Nokia Siemens Networks launches CEM for Liquid Net #1GBperday$

Employs user satisfaction insights to direct flexible network investments and provide direct link between operator revenues and costs

Nokia Siemens Networks has today launched Customer Experience Management (CEM) for Liquid Net. CEM for Liquid Net is a new approach from Nokia Siemens Networks which provides insight into the experience of people using a mobile network and converts that into specific investment and network optimization projects using the company’s Liquid Net software portfolio. This approach enables proactive planning and implementation of investments to optimize both customer experience and business return.

2012-10-30 | Nokia Siemens Networks Flexi Zone wins Best of 4G award for RAN & small cell technology product

4G World recognizes innovative design, small cell technology and approach

Flexi Zone has won the Best of 4G Awards Radio Access Network (RAN) and Small Cell Technology Product category. The recognition of Nokia Siemens Networks’ mobile broadband innovation was announced at a special awards ceremony at the 4G World industry event, taking place this week in Chicago.

2012-10-25 | China Mobile selects Nokia Siemens Networks for large, multi-city, TD-LTE deployment

Nokia Siemens Networks is extending its partnership with China Mobile with a new deal for the deployment of TD-LTE in three cities by the end of 2012. The deployment is part of China Mobile’s large-scale pre-commercial trial of its TD-LTE network.  Nokia Siemens Networks will deploy its TD-LTE 8-pipe radio and Flexi Multiradio Base Stations. In addition, Nokia Siemens Networks will help China Mobile with Circuit Switched Fallback (CSFB) technology testing in Hangzhou, a technique used to offer voice calls alongside TD-LTE services.

2012-10-22 | Nokia Siemens Networks wins significant mobile broadband deal with Indosat

Country’s first commercial WCDMA/HSPA network in the 900 MHz band

Indosat, Indonesia’s leading mobile operator, has selected Nokia Siemens Networks as its mobile broadband vendor. The company will provide GSM* and 3G mobile broadband infrastructure and services to deliver mobile services in 900 Mhz in Central and East Java, Sumatra, and Kalimantan.

2012-10-16 | Nokia Siemens Networks brings TD-LTE to Spain

Pairs with Consortium of Advanced Telecommunications (COTA) & Wimax Online on country’s first TD-LTE service, in 2.6GHz band

Nokia Siemens Networks, has provided the solution to successfully complete the first 4G mobile broadband pilot with TD-LTE technology in Murcia, Spain, ahead of a November launch for commercial services. COTA, a new player in Spanish telecoms, working with Wimax Online, selected Nokia Siemens Networks as sole supplier for a customer-focused end-to-end LTE service. The operator plans to launch commercial mobile broadband Internet access service using Nokia Siemens Networks TD-LTE technology by the end of the year.