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Nokia supports China Mobile

Anuradha Shukla | June 4, 2015
Implements its TD-LTE Advanced HetNet solution at Auto Shanghai 2015.

Nokia supported China Mobile Shanghai during Auto Shanghai 2015.

The company delivered its TD-LTE Advanced HetNet solution to manage the wireless data traffic generated by 1 million visitors who come for the show.

Nokia's Flexi Zone TD-LTE small cells ramped up China Mobile's network capacity enabling subscribers to experience hassle free mobile broadband during the 10-day event.

In addition to ensuring excellent network availability, Flexi Zone TD-LTE small cells succeeded in easy management of wireless data.

"China Mobile leverages the entire spectrum of TD-LTE to deliver the best possible mobile broadband services to subscribers," said Bu Tong, general manager of Network Department, China Mobile Shanghai. " This strategic engagement with Nokia Networks proves that our infrastructure is already at the next level - strengthened and equipped to deliver superb performance in the face of the data deluge on wireless networks."

Cloud-ready system

Nokia Networks delivered a range of services and solutions to China Mobile including a cloud-ready network management system, NetAct.

This network management system enabled effective and consolidated monitoring and optimization of China Mobile's TD-LTE and small cell network.

Planning, configuration and monitoring services were provided by Nokia Networks' Global Service Delivery experts to identify the best locations for the deployment of Flexi Zone.

Nokia Smart Scheduler enabled optimization of cell capacity and network efficiency. The Scheduler ensured effective management of uplink interference, signaling capacity, control channel dimensioning and load balancing.

"After proving the capabilities of our small cell solution in an outdoor environment, the landmark performance at the world's largest building underpins the fact that our Flexi Zone portfolio is equally adept at ensuring cutting-edge service delivery in indoor scenarios," said Mark Atkinson, vice president, Small Cells Business Line, Nokia Networks. "Most importantly, this achievement also highlights the expertise and capabilities of our service teams in terms of delivering optimum customer experience with our indoor small cell solutions."



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