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NSN showcases performance innovations from the lab to commercial reality #MWC14

by david.nunes

Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, Spain – February 24, 2014

NSN showcases performance innovations from the lab to commercial reality #MWC14

Visitors to the NSN Experience Center at Mobile World Congress 2014 will see a new FutureWorks* 5G research concept that enables ultra-dense networks, a mobile network ‘on demand’ for mega events, and a self-learning network that analyzes big data in real time and responds in an instant. These NSN technology innovations provide a glimpse of potential new products and services and complement the commercial launches made in the run-up to MWC.

The company’s FutureWorks demos are NSN’s Technology Vision 2020 brought to life. This hands-on approach to innovation will enable mobile broadband networks to profitably deliver 1 gigabyte of personalized data per user per day by 2020.

In its 5G concept demo, NSN takes densification to the next level, using new bands down to millimeter wavelengths. The company is also demonstrating a mobile network ‘on demand’ concept, which has been developed with a leading Asian operator. Based on virtualized programmable infrastructure, it applies Software-Defined Networking to complex mobile network functions. Another concept project, with an advanced European operator, shows the full potential of real-time big data analytics for enhancing network performance.

Partner activities at MWC, including joint demos with 3 operators and 10 industry players, are further concrete evidence of our cooperation across the industry to spearhead innovative technology advances in areas such as Authorized Shared Access and Carrier Aggregration and help operators support 1000x more capacity by 2020.

NSN’s Technology Vision 2020 charts the course for our FutureWorks innovation and is the driver behind many of the portfolio enhancements we are unveiling at MWC,” says Barry French, executive vice president, Marketing, Communciations and Corporate Affairs at NSN. “As well as showing how we are moving innovations from the lab to commercial reality, our demos also embody the unique set of capabilities we provide to operators to solve their biggest challenges and deliver industry-leading performance for a world in motionTM, which is our theme for this event.”

NSN’s demo of Centralized RAN, an example of a FutureWorks innovation that is now commercial, is based on a stadium trial with an Asian operator, where we not only doubled uplink speeds, but also increased capacity by a factor of 10 at the cell edge. Our TD-LTE demo showcases our unprecedented 2.6 Gbps TD-LTE throughput record over a single sector, achieved recently with Sprint – using our commercially available Flexi MultiRadio 10 platform. NSN’s recently launched Cloud Application Manager, now part of our telco cloud portfolio, is also a FutureWorks innovation.

In addition, NSN showcases two of the world’s first commercial applications of big data analysis to network performance enhancements. NSN CEM for Loyalty Scores gauges in real time, manages and enhances a KPI that matters most to operators’ executive boards. Predictive Operations, based on a joint project with the the winner of NSN’s Israel Innovation Competition and now part of the company’s Managed Services portfolio, gives operators the capability to tackle potential issues as early as two days before they might impact network performance. Mobile Guard, an operator-driven FutureWorks innovation project, uses advanced network traffic pattern-matching techniques to pinpoint and contain malware attacks.

The NSN Experience Center in Hall 3, which houses the company’s biggest ever collection of performance-enhancing products, services and solutions, also highlights LTE-Advanced and Single RAN, as well as Flexi Zone and Wi-Fi. The company shows how it has made telco cloud commercial with its Liquid Core, taken its ground-breaking Liquid Applications to the next level, and enabled unprecedented automation with its virtualized OSS.

In other activities at MWC, Hossein Moiin, executive vice president, Technology & Innovation, will participate in a GSMA conference panel, Building the Future Network, and will be a speaker at the industry launch event of the ‘EU  partnership for 5G research – 5GPPP’ on Feb 24th. Thorsten Robrecht, Vice President, Portfolio Management at NSN, will present with Juniper Networks at the LTE and Backhaul Forum, also on Feb 24th.

To learn more about NSN’s demos, FutureWorks innovations and portfolio launches, network operators, customers, press and analysts are welcome to visit NSN’s Experience Center in Hall 3, 3B10 at Mobile World Congress, Fira Gran Via, in Barcelona, Spain.

We invite you to watch a video and follow our advances on www.nsn.com/performance, and register for the #NSNperformance webinar series starting on March 13, 2014.

For updates during the event, follow @NSNtweets on Twitter and join the discussion using #MWC14 and #NSNperformance. For expert insights, visit our blog.

About NSN

Nokia Solutions and Networks is the world’s specialist in mobile broadband. From the first ever call on GSM, to the first call on LTE, we operate at the forefront of each generation of mobile technology. Our global experts invent the new capabilities our customers need in their networks. We provide the world’s most efficient mobile networks, the intelligence to maximize the value of those networks, and the services to make it all work seamlessly.

With headquarters in Espoo, Finland, we operate in over 120 countries and had net sales of approximately 11.3 billion euros in 2013. NSN is wholly owned by Nokia Corporation.


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