Nokia Siemens Networks announces its end-to-end solution for Long Term Evolution

February 11, 2008

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BARCELONA and ESPOO, Finland -- Nokia Siemens Networks’ solution helps mobile operators meet the demands for high data speeds and capacity beyond 3G with the industry’s smoothest upgrade to Long Term Evolution (LTE) / System Architecture Evolution (SAE) networks.

At the Mobile World Congress 2008 in Barcelona, Nokia Siemens Networks today launched its LTE solution for radio and core networks, including the new Flexi Multimode Base Station, Mobility Management Entity (MME) and System Architecture Evolution (SAE) Gateway.

Nokia Siemens Networks’ LTE solution is well suited for new operators and for operators upgrading existing GSM/WCDMA/HSPA networks to provide fast and low-delay Internet services via mobile broadband. LTE will provide joint evolution for both 3GPP and 3GPP2 operators, which makes LTE a true global roaming technology. Therefore, this solution is also ideal as a next step for CDMA operators to reach higher speeds and capacities.

“Today we are proud to present Nokia Siemens Networks’ new high-power Flexi Multimode Base Station, which is software upgradeable to LTE. Operators will greatly benefit from LTE as it lowers the cost per gigabyte of data, decreases the network latency and improves capacities and data throughput for mobile broadband. And, consumers will be able to enjoy an optimal user experience with the highest data speeds of mobile Internet services”, says Ari Lehtoranta, head of Radio Access, Nokia Siemens Networks.

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