NSN Wins 3G Deployment Contract in Myanmar
Published on: 20th Dec 2013
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Nokia Solutions and Networks (NSN) says that it has won a 3G network deployment contract from Ooredoo for its new network in Myanmar.
Under the two-year agreement, NSN will build a complete 3G radio access network (RAN) on the 900 MHz and 2100 MHz bands.
As the supplier to Ooredoo Myanmar's core network, NSN will provide its Liquid Core based open Mobile Switching Center Server (MSS) and open Media Gateway (MGW). The company will also supply Evolved Packet Core (EPC) ready equipment, including Flexi NS (network server) and Flexi NG (network gateway).
The contract also includes NSN's Subscriber Data Management (SDM) with its New Technology Home Location Register (NT-HLR) and One-NDS subscriber data management system to enable a centralized database repository that is independent of the application used.
NSN will also provide its NetAct management system to ensure consolidated configuration, monitoring and network optimization for Ooredoo Myanmar's 3G network. Furthermore, the company will provide its CEM on Demand and Serve atOnce Traffica to provide insights into the customer experience.
The scope of the deal includes network implementation, planning and optimization, systems integration and care services including hardware, software and competence development services.
Financial terms were not disclosed though.