NSN Wins Orange Spain Deal

Nokia Siemens Networks awarded with a network managed services contract in Spain

March 18, 2009

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MADRID, Spain and ESPOO, Finland -- Orange, a leading communications service provider in Spain, is streamlining its network operations to improve service quality for subscribers and increase operational efficiencies. Nokia Siemens Networks has been awarded a services contract to manage Orange’s fixed and mobile multivendor networks that cater to more than 11,3 million mobile customers and 1,2 million broadband Internet (ADSL) customers across Spain.

Under a five year contract, Nokia Siemens Networks will implement an end-to-end managed services solution for Orange´s networks, to increase efficiency and reliability of the operator’s mobile and fixed network.

Nokia Siemens Networks will manage Orange´s networks from a global perspective with an innovative and highly efficient solution, thanks to the Nokia Siemens Networks capabilities to handle increasingly complex multivendor networks.

This will deliver higher network quality and the operator will enjoy smoother operations with improved efficiency, driving new revenues and reducing risk, also thanks to Nokia Siemens Networks service management solutions.

“In an increasingly competitive market, balancing priorities is an ongoing challenge for our customers. They are under continuous pressure to do more for less, create new revenue opportunities, and stay ahead through technology innovation. By providing them with advanced services that address their everyday needs, we help customers focus on their attention on areas that drive their success,” said José Carlos Sampedro, Head of Customer Team, Nokia Siemens Networks.

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