|Nokia Siemens Networks built high quality 3G broadband radio network for TeliaSonera in Denmark|
|Thursday, 20 December 2007|
By supplying highly optimized WCDMA 3G radio network with HSPA (High Speed Packet Access) capability, Nokia Siemens Networks helps TeliaSonera in Denmark to provide premium quality mobile broadband and mobile internet services in Denmark.
The recently signed contract includes the delivery of Flexi Base Stations, Radio Network Controllers, the multitechnology, multivendor NetAct™ network and service management solution, as well as optimization services for high quality and seamless interoperability between 2G and 3G networks. Deliveries for the first phase of the nationwide rollout have started already and initial launch of the 3G services took place 1st of December 2007.
The Nokia Siemens Networks HSPA (High Speed Packet Access) solution empowers premium mobile broadband user experience by a unique combination of excellent HSDPA and HSUPA system performance, seamless interoperability and interworking with TeliaSonera in Denmark's 2G network and optimized network design. The compactness and modular design of the Nokia Siemens Networks Flexi Base Station enables painless reuse of existing sites and swift acquisition of new sites.
This HSPA solution will enable TeliaSonera in Denmark to significantly reduce costs per megabit delivered over its WCDMA 3G network, while providing true speed for mobile broadband and a solid technology base for future enhancements of HSPA.
"Nokia Siemens Networks' solution meets our needs in a perfect way. Their WCDMA 3G solution with HSPA provides the requested high quality service for our customers. Nokia Siemens Networks' leadership position in HSPA technology as well as their Flexi Base Station solution help solve our business challenges", says Henrik Juel Nielsen, Vice President Technology, TeliaSonera in Denmark.
"Nokia Siemens Networks is very pleased to serve TeliaSonera in Denmark as a key supplier of their 3G network and thus help them provide high quality mobile broadband services for Danish mobile service users", says Jan Lindgren from Nokia Siemens Networks. "This deal expands and strengthens our position as a key player in the Scandinavian communications market and enables our customers to leverage the unique end-to-end capability of Nokia Siemens Networks."
Nokia Siemens Networks' high-performing HSPA can be activated with a simple software upgrade to its existing WCDMA networks thus enabling cost-effective and fast rollout. HSPA enables true mobile broadband with two key technologies, HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) and HSUPA (High Speed Uplink Packet Access), enabling data speeds of up to 14 Mbps in the downlink and up to 5.8 Mbps in the uplink and in the future up to 43/11 Mbps.
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