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TOT in Thailand upgrades to HSPA+ for faster speed, better service

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TOT in Thailand upgrades to HSPA+ for faster speed, better service

Nokia Siemens Networks helps operator improve 3G mobile broadband, prepare for LTE


TOT, Thailand’s state-owned telecom operator, has selected Nokia Siemens Networks to upgrade its 3G network to HSPA+. This upgrade will improve mobile broadband services for the 7.2 million TOT customers and increase download speeds to even 42 megabits per second (Mbps) compared to the current 7.2 Mbps. The upgrade will be ready by April 2012.


“The Thai mobile market is extremely competitive, so we always need to ensure we are well ahead of the curve. With demand for data skyrocketing and operators looking to venture into the 3G space, we knew this was the right time to upgrade our 3G network,” said Monchai Noosong, acting president at TOT. “Nokia Siemens Networks has helped us scale up quickly enabling us to ride the mobile broadband wave sweeping the country. In addition, the company’s solution ensures an easy migration to LTE once that becomes topical for us.”


“As smartphones become more common also in Thailand and people start using data heavy applications on them, it is important that the mobile broadband networks can manage the capacity needs and provide enjoyable customer experience, said Krittika Mahattanakul, head of Asia North, Asia Pacific region at Nokia Siemens Networks. “TOT is ensuring this by upgrading its network to HSPA+ early on.”


Nokia Siemens Networks’ all-IP ready HSPA+ solution is based on the Dual Carrier HSDPA technology, Flexi Multiradio Base Station and the 3G Radio Network Multicontroller (RNC).The company will also deploy its Liquid Core’s COTS ATCA*-based Open Mobile Switching Server (MSS), which together with the Flexi Multiradio Base Station enables a smooth transition to LTE.


The TOT network, including GSM and 3G, will be monitored and optimized by the Nokia Siemens Networks NetAct network management system. Nokia Siemens Networks will also provide its Location Based Services solution enabling TOT to offer Value Added Services (VAS), such as localized advertising.


Nokia Siemens Networks will provide TOT network planning, implementation and optimization services, as well as services for operations support and training.


For more information on Nokia Siemens Networks’ mobile broadband capabilities, including a video overview, follow this link.


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*AdvancedTCA (ATCA) is an industry specification for communications equipment envisioned by the PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group (PICMG). It defines open standards-based guidelines for the design and manufacture of next-generation carrier-grade telecom hardware. In practical terms, it means that all equipment based on ATCA conforms to standardized rack-size and power supply guidelines, making it easier for operators to plan for equipment deployments, regardless of the actual makeup of the equipment they will be deploying. Nokia Siemens Networks uses this hardware architecture in all its core network solutions, including mobile softswitches, multimedia gateways as well as packet core and evolved packet core solutions.

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