Nokia Siemens Networks Wins Contract In Malaysia

Finnish telecomms infrastructure company Nokia Siemens Networks, owned
by the Finnish telecomms solutions provider Nokia (NYSE:NOK) and the
German electrical engineering and electronics company Siemens, said on
Tuesday (3 June) that it has won a contract to expand Celcom’s 3G radio
and packet core network in Malaysia.
    Nokia Siemens Network said that it will deliver a cost-effective, future-proof solution that will allow the operator to improve capacity, coverage and customer services quickly and efficiently.
    Celcom’s upgraded network will be based on Nokia Siemens Networks’ ultra high broadband access network (with the Nokia Siemens Networks HSPA technology).
    Celcom (Malaysia) Berhad is the country’s premier mobile cellular telecomms company with 7.2 million customers. It currently has the widest network coverage covering 97% of the populated areas in the country.
    Nokia Siemens Networks, headquartered in Espoo, Finland, is an international telecomms infrastructure company with operations in some 150 countries worldwide.

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