NSN Wins Malta Deal

Nokia Siemens Networks to overhaul GO's network

September 6, 2011

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ST JULIAN'S, Malta -- GO, Malta’s leading quad-play communications provider, will soon be offering faster mobile broadband and more reliable voice services to its subscribers. The operator is revamping its existing GSM and 3G networks through the replacement of the current infrastructure and doubling the number of base stations to provide high quality network and reliable voice and mobile data connections both indoors and outdoors. GO has selected Nokia Siemens Networks to provide the new radio and all-IP mobile backhaul network and related services.

Speaking about the benefits of the new network, David Kay, GO’s chief executive officer said: “The ambitious project entails massive expansion of our mobile coverage footprint making it the widest in Malta, working with the latest technology that will ensure high network quality as well as reliable voice and fast mobile data connections seamlessly across Malta and Gozo. The project will entail the replacement of the entire existing GSM and 3G radio infrastructure with state-of-the-art equipment from Nokia Siemens Networks. The quantity of mobile transmission sites will also be significantly increased, giving GO’s customers the benefit of a superior mobile experience, for both voice and data, the latter being the main area of growth in mobile communications today.”

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