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Ericsson, Nokia Siemens, NEC lead fast growing microwave equipment market

Market research firm Infonetics Research released an update of its Microwave Equipment Market Outlook report last week after receiving new guidance from a number of vendors in this space, which significantly altered the market share landscape and overall market size. more

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IMImobile takes over Music2You service from Nokia Siemens Networks

Mobile services provider, IMImobile announced last month that it had taken control of the Music2You (M2Y) service previously provided by Nokia Siemens Networks. more

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Mobile Internet held back by legacy data management

While customer insight influences mobile operators' growth and investment strategy, existing subscriber data simply do not give them enough information for analyzing customer behavior, according to new research. more

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Nokia Siemens Cuts R&D on Passive Optical Networks

An enormous hunger for bandwidth is driving the fixed broadband access networks and is expected to lead into a hundred-fold traffic growth by 2015. This development and the operators’ need for revenue growth are driving Nokia Siemens Networks’ investment in fiber-based next generation optical access (NGOA) technologies. more

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Nokia Siemens Wins Iraqi GSM Contract

Nokia Siemens Networks and Iraqi operator, Asiacell Communication will extend their cooperation with a multi million dollar frame contract for the Iraqi operator’s 2G network expansion. more

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Nokia Profits Up - Misses Forecasts

Nokia has reported a first quarter profit of EUR1.22 billion (US$1.95 billion), which while a rise on the EUR979 (US$1.55 billion) from a year earlier was below the average expected by financial analysts of EUR1.38 billion (US$2.2 billion). more

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