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TELE Greenland Deploys NSN for 4G

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NUUK, Greenland -- TELE Greenland, the country’s sole telecom operator, selected Nokia Solutions and Networks as the single supplier to implement its 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE*) network and modernize its existing GSM and 3G networks. The complete solution provided by NSN includes radio access equipment, core network elements and related services. TELE Greenland customers in the capital city of Nuuk now enjoy access to ultra-fast 4G mobile broadband connections.

To enable new 4G capabilities and improve the quality of GSM and 3G services, NSN replaced TELE Greenland’s network with its Single RAN Advanced (radio access network) platform, featuring the award-winning, energy-efficient Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station. The scope of the five-year deal also involves delivering NSN’s Evolved Packet Core (EPC) platform, including Flexi NG (network gateway) and Flexi NS (network server).

Voice services for GSM, 3G and 4G are provided by NSN’s Mobile Voice Core and Circuit Switched Fallback (CSFB) solutions. The NetAct network management system offers consolidated monitoring, management and operation of TELE Greenland’s network while implementation, network optimization, planning and care services ensure high-quality and cost-efficient operations.

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