Articles tagged with: Home Location Register and Hlr

China and India spending freeze dulls mobile infrastructure market

Worldwide revenue for mobile switching subsystem (MSS) and packet core equipment grew during the second quarter, reports Infonetics Research, while radio access network (RAN) and home location register (HLR) equipment revenue declined. more

Related Tags: mobile-switching-subsystem, packet-core, radio-access-network, europe, 2g

W-CDMA macro RAN equipment sales up 59% in 2009 as 3G rollouts continue

Worldwide, the overall 2G and 3G mobile infrastructure market, including RAN, MSS, packet core, and HLR equipment, is down 9% year-over-year (2008 to 2009), from US$50.9 billion to US$46.5 billion, more

Related Tags: ran, radio-access-network, mss, packet-core, remote-radio-head, mobile-switching-subsystem, 2g

WCDMA equipment up 21% in 2Q, driven by 3G rollouts and device upgrades

Ericsson has increased its macrocell RAN equipment revenue in 2Q09 with a boost from China Unicom's W-CDMA deployments, retaining its top market share spot reports Infonetics Research. However, Huawei and ZTE also increased their RAN equipment revenue at the same time. more

Related Tags: ericsson, zte, wcdma, cdma, huawei, base, packet-core, unicom

Huawei and ZTE cause major shakeup in mobile infrastructure market

WCDMA vendor revenue increased 8% between 4Q08 and 1Q09, and is up 61% year-over-year, mainly due to China's 3G rollouts and smartphone - and data card-driven upgrades in North America and Europe,  more

Related Tags: wcdma, huawei, zte, packet-core, msc

Orascom Telecom Orders HLR for Algerian Network

Orascom Telecom Algeria (Djezzy) has announced that Nokia Siemens Networks will be the provider of its next Home Location Register (HLR) solution. Nokia Siemens Networks will modernize the installed base of 17 million subscribers as well as provide additional capacity of 3 million. more

Related Tags: nokia-siemens-networks, oss, 3, siemens, subscriber-data-management, nokia-siemens, djezzy, Algeria

Alcatel signs Malaysian contract

Alcatel has signed a multi-million dollar contract with Malaysia's Celcom to expand Celcom's GSM mobile network and upgrade it with an advanced Mobile Next Generation Network (Mobile NGN) solution. The Mobile NGN solution will substantially increase Celcom's ability to provide new multimedia services to its subscribers with optimized costs. more

Related Tags: radio-access-network, next-generation-network, celcom, sabah

Apertio picks up second funding round

DVC Deutsche Venture Capital and Motorola have announced the completion of a US$6 million Series A financing round for Apertio Limited, the Bristol, UK- based infrastructure software provider to the mobile telecoms industry. The Tokarz Group and Eden Ventures, who provided the first round funding, also participated in this round. more

Related Tags: number-portability, oem

Cingular to upgrade HLR units

Nortel Networks has been selected as the primary provider of Home Location Register (HLR) infrastructure to support Cingular Wireless' migration to a GSM network. HLR technology tracks and manages individual subscriber information that is needed by the network to confirm that callers are valid customers, to route calls, and to provision services. Nortel Networks Univity HLR equipment will help ensure seamless, ubiquitous services to subscribers across Cingular's national wireless network as they roam between networks and cell sites. It will also help in Cingular's migration to GSM - and ultimately EDGE - services. more

Related Tags: nortel-networks, georgia

Kazakhstan network prepare NAMPS network for future CDMA upgrade

Altel, Kazakhstan's first cellular communications operator, has awarded Motorola a contract to upgrade its existing nationwide analog system to a Home Location Register (HLR) 41/Authentication system. This modernization lays the groundwork for future migration to a CDMA technology network. The financial details of the contract are not being disclosed. Among the benefits, Motorola's HLR 41/Authentication solution will provide fraud protection for the 47,000 subscribers on Altel's Narrowband Advanced Mobile Phone Service (NAMPS). Completion of the network upgrade is scheduled for July 2001." more

Related Tags: analog, fraud

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