May 26, 2005
LONDON and OSLO -- Incatel, a provider of convergent network and service inventory management solutions, announced today that it had been selected by Telenor Pakistan and its network infrastructure provider, Siemens Information and Communication Mobile (Siemens Mobile), to supply its convergent inventory solution to help the roll-out of a new mobile network.
Telenor Pakistan was awarded one of the new GSM mobile licenses in Pakistan in May 2004. Telenor Pakistan hopes to capitalise on the huge potential mobile market in Pakistan, where just 3 per cent of the 141 million population uses mobile telephony at present. Incatel is now working with Siemens Mobile to deliver Incatel's NIMS convergent inventory solution. Initially, NIMS will be used to record and manage the physical assets deployed in the networks built by Siemens and Nokia. In the longer term, NIMS will be used to plan access and core network circuits to support radio network expansions, and ensure continuity of service (service assurance).
Dir. Usman Qureshi, Director Network Planning & Design at Telenor Pakistan, said: "When you invest as much as we have into a network, it is essential that to have the right solutions to plan and manage assets in that network. Incatel's inventory solution goes beyond handling physical resources, it will allow us to manage the logical resources, providing us with a unique converged view of our network."
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