Tag: Nokia Siemens Networks

Telefonica Germany sees €1.8m annual savings from energy efficiency

| April 11, 2012 | 0 Comments
Telefonica Germany sees €1.8m annual savings from energy efficiency

Telefonica Germany has identified €1.8 million in annual savings as part of its participation with Nokia Siemens Networks in the GSMA’s Mobile Energy Efficiency Optimisation service. The findings was part of a three year project led by the GSMA, which help the operator first benchmark, then improve energy efficiency by 14% per connection over the […]

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Is NSN’s Liquid Radio the Red Bull for the mobile industry? Interview with Mike Murphy, head of Technology for Asia Pac, NSN

| July 15, 2011 | 0 Comments
Is NSN’s Liquid Radio the Red Bull for the mobile industry? Interview with Mike Murphy, head of Technology for Asia Pac, NSN

Nokia Siemens Networks is looking to revolutionise the mobile network with its Liquid Radio architecture, which not only promises to re-architect today’s base station infrastructure, but also to ultimately bridge the gap between highly specialise (and expensive) telecoms equipment and commoditise (cost competitive) computer components. Green Telecom Live talks to Mike Murphy, head of Technology […]

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China Unicom, Nokia Siemens Networks set ambitious energy-saving targets

| April 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

China Unicom’s subsidiary in Anhui province is gearing up to reduce the energy consumption of its mobile base transceiver station (BTS) sites by as much as 20%. The operator will deploy Nokia Siemens Networks’ Energy Solutions including cooling box and battery cooling cabinet to replace more costly air conditioning units. “This is truly a win-win […]

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NSN optimises GSM networks for smart devices

| February 20, 2011 | 0 Comments

Nokia Siemens Networks says that its has developed a solution that optimises GSM networks to handle applications going over the networks. The new Smart Resource Adaptation reportedly allocates radio timeslots on the network for applications according to actual use, instead of the default large packets assigned on GSM networks for data traffic. The new solution […]

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Nokia Siemens claims world’s lowest power network server

| October 20, 2010 | 1 Comment

Nokia Siemens Networks says its Flexi-NS (Network Server) is the world’s lowest power consuming server for mobile operators, capable of supporting 100,000 subscribers on 59 watts of power. The company unveiled the product at 4G World this week, and expects to ship it commercially by end-2010.

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NSN publishes wireless access gear energy use data using new standard

| June 29, 2010 | 0 Comments
NSN publishes wireless access gear energy use data using new standard

Nokia Siemens Networks says it is the first vendor to publish the energy use data for its wireless network equipment, the Flexi EDGE Base Station, using a new standard called, Energy Efficiency of Wireless Access Networks, established by ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute.) ETSI’s new technical specification now established a standard methodology for analysing the […]

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Helsinki taps NSN for smart grid trial

| June 29, 2010 | 0 Comments
Helsinki taps NSN for smart grid trial

Nokia Siemens Networks has entered into a partnership with Helsingin Energia, the public utility for the City of Helsinki, and power and automation technology group, ABB, to jointly develop, test and install a smart grid in the new Kalasatama district of the city. From the onset, the project will focus on adding flexibility into the […]

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NSN introduces new SiteStar battery cooling solution

| July 10, 2009 | 0 Comments
NSN introduces new SiteStar battery cooling solution

Nokia Siemens Networks says its SiteStar cooling cabinet can reduce battery cooling costs by 95% and extend the operating life of batteries by as much as three fold. SiteStar is basically a dedicated cabinet designed to contain the battery of cell sites, instead of traditional solutions using conventional air-conditioner-cooled enclosures for the whole site, and […]

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Telenor Pakistan, NSN roll out Flexi network

| June 9, 2009 | 0 Comments

Telenor Pakistan, a subsidiary of Norway’s Telenor, have sourced NSN to implement an energy efficient GSM network that will enable the operator to reduce energy consumption of new sites by 50%. The companies say over 80% of a mobile operator’s energy use happens in the network. Under the new plan, NSN will build a network […]

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Canadian startup taps NSN for remote asset tracking app

| April 7, 2009 | 0 Comments

A Canadian startup, iMetrik, has built an M2M remote asset tracking application using simple mobile radios and Nokia Siemens Networks’ Subscriber Data Management platform. The application is powered by a mobile radio that is attached to any form of mobile asset, such as vehicles, which then relay information via the cellular network to any number […]

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