Cost-efficient 4G service using TD-LTE 8 pipes radio

By admin on Thu 29 March, 2012

http://youtu.be/1TPEfUHg_Fw TD-LTE (Time Division-LTE) is playing a key role in helping operators to address explosive demand for mobile broadband even when there are limited resources. Operators require a scalable TD-LTE mobile broadband network that can be initiated with the minimum possible total cost of ownership. To address the operator need our engineers have come up with a great  offering –…

Getting smart on device security

By admin on Wed 28 March, 2012

When it comes to PC security, most people are sensible – we install anti-virus software, don’t open suspicious looking emails and keep passwords secret. So, what happens when it comes to smartphone security? While 9 out of 10 PC users protect their computers, only 23% of smart device users do so. Although they say they are concerned about security, smart…

Better experience, better business

By admin on Fri 16 March, 2012

Nokia Siemens Networks, in collaboration with Light Reading, recently conducted a Customer Experience Management (CEM) benchmark survey where over 300 telecom industry professionals reported on their CEM perceptions, readiness and deployment plans. Results showed operator investment plans, type, and timelines. Nearly one third of network operator respondents said their company expects to have their CEM implementation completed within the next…

The Network Operations Manager’s job just became a whole lot easier.

By admin on Tue 6 March, 2012

Introducing Integrated Packet Transport Network solution It’s pretty much a given that the more complex a system, the more costly it will be to run and maintain, and the less likely it is to be resilient in the face of everyday pressures. And so it is with communications networks. I meet many network operations managers at industry events who have…

Mobile Broadband: The Future. A Vision Paper

By admin on Mon 5 March, 2012

As part of a collaborative initiative, we brought together diverse minds in mobile, technology and broadband at a webinar recently to share their points of view and opinions on the future of mobile broadband . The vision paper below incorporates some of their thoughts on #MBBFuture. Mobile Broadband: The Future Vision Document 2 View more documents from Nokia Siemens Networks…

Nokia Siemens Networks achieves world-record 1.4 Gbps in LTE-Advanced demo

By admin on Thu 1 March, 2012

Nokia Siemens Networks has shown an LTE-Advanced demonstration achieving data rates of more than 1.4 Gbps. Using our company’s commercial LTE hardware, Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station, our researchers in Arlington Heights, Illinois, aggregated five 20 MHz bands to achieve 100 MHz, the theoretical maximum for LTE-Advanced. The demonstration showed that operators with our Flexi hardware have made a future-proof…

How active antennas help operators get more capacity and coverage from macro sites, and give smartphones more bandwidth

By admin on Thu 1 March, 2012

Smartphones need more coverage and better capacity Smaller cells step in to fill the gaps indoors and in hot zones. But how can operators get better capacity and coverage from existing macro sites, when users are unevenly spread out within the area? Signals spread over the cell sector The signal transmitted from an antenna spreads over a cell, and very…