Nokia Siemens Networks presents solutions for increased bandwidth demand at Broadband World Forum Americas 2007
Nokia Siemens Networks has a rich portfolio of highly efficient and flexible fixed and mobile broadband solutions to meet these challenges, and it will demonstrate them at the Broadband World Forum Americas 2007 in São Paulo, Brazil (booth 305). Nokia Siemens Networks will present solutions that help operators leverage their bandwidth investments and migrate to an all IP/Ethernet network, along with its leading broadband technology and related management and service offerings.
Building out bandwidth with fiber
Nokia Siemens Networks will show how its customers can flexibly adapt their networks to meet rising bandwidth demand with the help of its industry-leading copper and fiber solutions, which provide support for all access technologies and fiber architectures: fiber to the curb, building, or home. Deployment is optimized with hybrid Multi Service Access Nodes (MSAN), which can transport both optical and electric copper signals. As a result they support ADSL2+, VDSL2, SHDSL, GPON, Ethernet, TDM and POTS/VoIP over the H.248 protocol and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and CATV connections.
Melding fixed network and IP services
To bring quality of experience to the consumers, Nokia Siemens Networks is bringing two worlds together: the telecommunication and IT world. Convergence between the various network domains is achieved with the aid of network abstraction, enabling converged applications. Therefore the company provides the framework for leading-edge Service Delivery Platforms to consolidate the application platform landscape to reduce OPEX and to build a flexible creation and execution environment for new applications to generate new revenues with the fastest time-to-market. Nokia Siemens Networks provides comprehensive consulting and integration services, an extensive portfolio of architectural components, a broad ecosystem, and has a great track record with jointly more than 30 business-led service delivery projects implemented.
Extending broadband with the mobile WiMAX solution
Nokia Siemens Networks’ end-to-end mobile WiMAX solution extends broadband services to areas where fixed broadband is not cost-efficient. This solution delivers a unified stream of voice, data and video over wide distances with wide bandwidth. The mobile WiMAX solution enables reliable connectivity to broadband services for consumers on the go, adding mobility to their user experience. For operators, mobile WiMAX minimizes network deployment and operational costs – thus enabling easier implementation and more efficient rollout – while at the same time offering new ways to enhance both customer satisfaction and profitability.
Leveraging the simplicity of Ethernet
Provider Backbone Bridging Traffic Engineering (PBB-TE) is the new connection-oriented technology for Carrier Ethernet networks. PBB-TE lets carriers get the full benefits of their deployment of residential (triple play), enterprise VPNs and mobile backhauling services in their telecommunications networks. Carrier Ethernet ensures carrier-grade reliability, manageability, security, and scalability. Carrier Ethernet is rated as particularly cost-effective, significantly reducing equipment prices and network complexity.
Optimizing TV with complementing technologies
In Sao Paulo, Nokia Siemens Networks will show how to capitalize on TV opportunities through its mobile TV broadcasting solution, which offers transmission of a great number of channels with enhanced video quality, while at the same time reducing operational expenses. Nokia Siemens Networks also demonstrates its preeminent IPTV end-to-end solution, which provides a unique bundling of entertainment and communication via an interactive multimedia platform for highly flexible use.
Adding value with a cutting-edge VoIP offer
Nokia Siemens Networks will also be demonstrating its VoIP solution for consumers and business customers, integrating business groups across the mobile and fixed domains. The demonstration will incorporate the Nokia E90 and E61 handsets as well as plain POTS phones connected via an IP DSLAM from Nokia Siemens Networks. The VoIP solution enables operators to offer an advanced hosted VoIP solution to any customer no matter what kind of in-house infrastructure the customer is currently using.
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