Press releases 2007

2007-12-19 | Nokia Siemens Networks built high quality 3G broadband radio network for TeliaSonera in Denmark

By supplying highly optimized WCDMA 3G radio network with HSPA (High Speed Packet Access) capability, Nokia Siemens Networks helps TeliaSonera in Denmark to provide premium quality mobile broadband and mobile internet services in Denmark.

2007-12-19 | Nokia Siemens Networks completes the fusion of Austria's T-Mobile and tele.ring networks following the operators' merger

Nokia Siemens Networks has successfully completed the unification and expansion of the T-Mobile Austria and tele.ring networks following the acquisition of the latter by T- Mobile Austria. The project, carried out smoothly and flawlessly on the live networks, proved Nokia Siemens Networks leadership in the management of technically advanced assignments.

2007-12-19 | Up to ten times faster mobile broadband data rates a step closer to reality

Nokia Siemens Networks has completed the world's first multi-user field trial in an urban environment using the new Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology that offers mobile data rates up to 173 Megabits per second.

2007-12-18 | Nokia Siemens Networks and RadioFrame Networks Inc. to cooperate on 3G Femto Home Access Solution

Nokia Siemens Networks, a leading global enabler of communications network solutions and services, and RadioFrame Networks, a worldwide provider of femtocell products, have signed a contract for cooperation on 3G Femto Home Access.

2007-12-18 | Nokia Siemens Networks selected for Greenfield managed services network rollout by IDEA Cellular

Nokia Siemens Networks today announced that it has won a US$150 million contract from IDEA Cellular Limited, a leading Indian GSM mobile services provider and an Aditya Birla Group company, to build and provide managed services for a Greenfield GSM network in Bihar. The three year contract includes supply of GSM / GPRS and Short Message Service Center (SMSC) equipment, network implementation, roll out project management, service for third party products and managed services.

2007-12-18 | Banverket Sweden strengthens partnership with Nokia Siemens Networks

Banverket, the Swedish railway administration has chosen Nokia Siemens Networks' @vantage commander element management solution as it upgrades its GSM-R (GSM-Railway) system. The solution will help to drive higher efficiency in communication over the Banverket railway network.

2007-12-17 | AIS Selects Nokia Siemens Networks to enable strategic Service Delivery

Leading Thai mobile operator, AIS, has selected Nokia Siemens Networks to provide a Service Delivery Platform solution, based upon leading technology from jNetX, one of its key technology partners. The solution provides a cost-effective means of creating new services on both circuit-switched and packet-switched networks. The use of common industry standards and advanced application development tools empowers AIS's Service Creation team to greatly reduce the time it had previously taken to launch new services.

2007-12-14 | Telenor Srbija chooses Nokia Siemens Networks as a supplier of its 3G radio network, which will enable high-speed mobile data and multimedia services across Serbia

Serbia's first mobile operator Telenor d.o.o. has signed a frame contract with Nokia Siemens Networks to build a nationwide 3G radio network as the operator moves to offer high-quality mobile broadband services across the country.

2007-12-12 | Comcor-TV launches music download service in Russia with Nokia Siemens Networks' hosted solution

Comcor-TV (TM AKADO), the Russian cable operator, launched a music download service for its customers using the hosted Music2You (M2Y) solution from Nokia Siemens Networks, enabling secure downloads to Comcor TV's subscribers.

2007-12-11 | Nokia Siemens Networks Expands Railway Communication and Provides GSM-Railway System for Hefei-Wuhan in China

Nokia Siemens Networks has been selected to implement GSM-R in the newly commissioned Hefei-Wuhan Passenger-dedicated Line. This line is located in the eastern section of Shanghai-Wuhan-Chengdu corridor and will encourage regional economic and cultural communication between the Midwest China and the eastern coast.