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Provides new high performance integrated circuits for future information networks
Nokia Siemens Networks has invested an undisclosed amount for a stake in ClariPhy Inc., a leading US-based semiconductor developer. ClariPhy provides advanced integrated circuits that improve the efficiency and capacity of networks used for transporting vast quantities of information.
Specifically, Nokia Siemens Networks’ investment supports ClariPhy’s development of highly integrated single chip complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS)* integrated circuits (ICs) for high performance optical networks digital signaling processing (DSP)**. Essentially, these semiconductor chips integrate the multiple tasks required by transport networks such …

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CEM 2.0 at CommunicAsia 2011 provides new opportunities, competitive edge for operators
Today, 66 percent of operators worldwide cannot access the data in their networks and IT systems to enhance their customers’ service experience*. Nokia Siemens Networks’ expanded customer experience management portfolio, CEM 2.0, helps operators fully utilize this data to improve the customer experience and their business results. Its full capabilities are on show at this week’s CommunicAsia 2011 event in Singapore.
“According to our own detailed study**, four out of ten high-value customers are dissatisfied with their current operators, and …

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New radio module provides 40% performance improvement at edge of cell while carriers can be distributed across 60 MHz frequency band range
Nokia Siemens Networks has expanded its Liquid Radio architecture* by launching a new, high power radio module for its Flexi Multiradio Base Station family** at CommunicAsia 2011 in Singapore. The higher output power means that the module offers greater GSM coverage and increased 3G data capacity at the edge of cells, providing an overall 40% increase in performance. This provides operators with the ability to efficiently enhance their network. …

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New radio module provides 40% performance improvement at edge of cell while carriers can be distributed across 60 MHz frequency band range
Nokia Siemens Networks has expanded its Liquid Radio architecture* by launching a new, high power radio module for its Flexi Multiradio Base Station family** at CommunicAsia 2011 in Singapore. The higher output power means that the module offers greater GSM coverage and increased 3G data capacity at the edge of cells, providing an overall 40% increase in performance. This provides operators with the ability to efficiently enhance their network. …

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Nokia Siemens Networks helps carriers drive increased business agility at CommunicAsia 2011
Nokia Siemens Networks will demonstrate innovations around its theme of ‘The Liquid Telco: Extreme Efficiency for Success’ at CommunicAsia 2011. The company will focus on practical solutions for enabling extremely flexible networks that dynamically adjust to changing customer demands. In addition, the theme reflects the fact that communication service providers (CSPs) require business agility to succeed in the highly fluid market environment.
Nokia Siemens Networks showcases will include its recently launched innovation for mobile networks called Liquid Radio, and CEM …