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Nokia Siemens Networks expands small cell portfolio to increase mobile broadband capacity

February 19, 2013

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BARCELONA, Spain -- Nokia Siemens Networks will highlight an extended small cell portfolio at Mobile World Congress 2013. This includes new Micro and Pico base stations for LTE and Wi-Fi, designed to complement standard base station capacity in hot zones - areas of high subscriber density. The new Micro and Pico bases stations can be integrated into the company’s Flexi Zone architecture that has been specifically designed to target mobile traffic hot zones.Other launches include new HSPA+ and LTE Femtocells for small cell coverage in enterprises and indoor public areas. Services for Heterogeneous Networks (HetNets) have now been enhanced to include customer experience management capabilities to analyze traffic hotspots and ensure backhaul capacity.“To support the dramatic growth in mobile broadband demand, operators will need to significantly increase capacity in high-traffic areas by adding small cells that complement their macro network. Our complete small cell portfolio comprises a package of products and services to combine macro and small cells to provide the best coverage and capacity in all locations,” said Bill Payne, head of the small cells business, Nokia Siemens Networks. “With these launches, we are extending our industry lead in small cells by offering a complete portfolio across both macro and small cell technologies that delivers the best return on operator investment.”Nokia Siemens Networks

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