Nokia Solutions and Networks to unveil #1GBperday$ portfolio enhancements
Oct 07, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
Nokia Solutions and Networks, a provider of mobile broadband services, has announced that it will unveil enhancements to the #1GBperday$ portfolio during October 2013.
Along with enhancements in LTE-Advanced, TD-LTE and Heterogeneous Networks (HetNets), the company will showcase solutions for simplifying operations and extracting the full value from Customer Experience Management.
"The portfolio enhancements we are launching this month as part of our #1GBperday$ series will help operators meet these challenges, whether it's improving LTE uplink performance or optimizing the HetNet evolution. They also demonstrate our commitment to a strong mobile broadband ecosystem and our innovations in telco cloud and security, which are opening up new opportunities for operators to streamline, differentiate and make money," said Phil Twist, head of Portfolio Marketing at NSN.
To define a clear path from the virtualization of single network elements to full cloud orchestration, NSN is introducing innovations such as cloud-ready application management that can be deployed on open, standards-based hardware using telco-specific cloud platforms. This innovation, which builds on the company's agnostic cloud-stack approach, gives operators the option of choosing the most competitive hardware and cloud platform for their specific needs. Other telco cloud innovations from NSN will bring network operations into the cloud era.
"In several live cloud trials and demonstrations with global operators, we have taken major steps forward in virtualizing network functions such as IMS and TAS, which are required for VoLTE, as well as HSS front-end and Evolved Packet Core. Our Liquid Net is cloud technology in action, and we have also implemented cloud enhancements for radio networks and Liquid Applications.
"Taken together, we have the industry's strongest portfolio for implementing telco cloud innovations across the network," added Phil Twist.
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