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Nokia Siemens Networks wins 3G, network upgraded deal from TELE Greenland

Posted by jestin Wednesday, September 16, 2009


(Telecomworldwire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) 15 September 2009 - Telecom equipment maker Nokia Siemens Networks said today it will roll out a 3G network on 900 MHz frequency and upgrade the core network of mobile operator TELE Greenland A/S

No financial details were available.

TELE Greenland expects to be able to offer its subscribers mobile broadband services enabled by 3G in May 2010.

The 3G network will include Nokia Siemens Networks' energy-efficient Flexi base stations and radio network controllers.

The WCDMA 900MHz solution will enable TELE Greenland to provide wider coverage with minimum frequency requirement. The deal also covers network implementation and software maintenance services, as well as emergency call support.

Nokia Siemens Networks will also upgrade and modernise TELE Greenland's GPRS network with combined 2G/3G SGSN and Flexi ISN, to allow the operator to offer more enhanced data services to its customers.

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