Give your customers the best smartphone experience
HSPA has turned out to be the clear number one mobile broadband technology, supporting more than 1.5 billion subscribers, more than half of which are served by operators using Nokia Networks radio technology. HSPA continues to evolve to bring many enhancements that boost network capacity and user performance significantly, and all are backwards compatible and supported by most new devices.
The business benefits
Leading WCDMA/HSPA+ portfolio for higher efficiency, lower costs and superior customer experience
- Market-leading data rates
- Continued evolution in smartphone support, unique features for the smartphone domination
- Best smartphone experience and improved Quality of Experience
- Reduced churn
- Operators’ investment protection by a smooth evolution across all 3GPP technologies with Nokia Single RAN, via software upgrade
We are smartphone-ready
Early 2013 saw smartphones outsell feature phones for the first time, creating a storm of signaling traffic on HSPA networks. Nokia Networks is ready to meet this need with our smartphone friendly HSPA+ offering. Our networks focuses on meeting operator needs by providing greater downlink and uplink capacity, network elements and features to cope with increasing signaling, smooth 3G-LTE interworking, carrier aggregation for higher data rates and spectrum efficiency as well as efficient refarming and powerful multipurpose and energy-efficient hardware.
The latest HSPA+ features and Nokia Networks products are well matched to help operators meet many of the challenges they face today, including efficient uplink interference control, higher data rates, better voice quality and more compact products. Most of these features are widely supported by the latest smartphones, enabling features to be introduced painlessly and at the lowest cost. Nokia Networks is a leading innovator in HSPA+ technology, has driven many 3GPP improvements and can provide the best smartphone experience.
Nokia Liquid Radio WCDMA Software Suite enables operators to deal with the fast growing number of smartphones and move towards a 100-fold increase in uplink capacity, to boost the performance of multi-layered networks and to ensure that users get the performance they pay for.