Nokia Hops in Hungary

Nokia delivers its new FlexiHopper Plus microwave radio solution to increase network capacity for Vodafone Hungary

April 26, 2004

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HELSINKI -- Nokia has signed a deal with Vodafone Hungary for the supply of Nokia FlexiHopper Plus microwave radio solution to increase the capacity of Vodafone's existing nationwide network. Deliveries have already begun.

Nokia FlexiHopper Plus, a new variant of successful FlexiHopper microwave family, enables operators to reduce occupied frequency spectrum by half, resulting in significant savings and enabling operators to double the capacity within the current frequency channel.

"We are happy to further enhance our close cooperation with Vodafone, which began in 1993. This deal reinforces the commitment of both Nokia and Vodafone to continue developing the best transmission services for subscribers," says Pekka Soini, Senior Vice President, Radio Networks, Nokia Networks.

"Vodafone being the first both Nokia FlexiHopper, since 1999, and FlexiHopper Plus customer proves that Nokia has been able to fulfill their high standards for quality and delivery capability. We look very much forward working together with Vodafone," he adds.

Nokia FlexiHopper Plus provides new modulation option, 32 TCM (Trellis Coded Modulation), which enables operators to save frequency spectrum and on frequency fees. FlexiHopper Plus has remotely selectable capacity and modulation, protecting operator investment and giving flexibility to adapt to future transmission needs.

Nokia Corp.

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