Nokia Siemens Networks leads packet core market in India

Nokia Siemens Networks announced that its intelligent
mobile packet core solution has been selected by five mobile operators in


Recent deals with Bharti Airtel, Datacom, Idea Cellular,
Tata Teleservices and Uninor have made the vendor the dominant provider of
packet core solutions for GSM and 3G networks.


Nokia Siemens Networks carries data traffic from all 22
circles in India serving around 250 million subscribers, the highest in the
country. The packet core solution helps reduce the total-cost-of-ownership and
maximize future revenue opportunities for operators, while addressing growing
bandwidth requirements.


Nokia Siemens Networks’ intelligent mobile packet core
network architecture increases efficiency in the core of telecom networks and
improves mobile broadband performance through its quality-of-service features.
In addition, the data charging capabilities of the company’s mobile gateways
opens up new service opportunities to maximize data revenues with
differentiated charging and flexible data subscriptions for operators.


Our intelligent packet core solution converts bit pipes
to smart pipes, allowing operators to offer rich mobile broadband services, and
not just data connectivity,” said Ashish Chowdhary, head of customer operations
East, and executive board member at Nokia Siemens Networks.


With this, operators can minimize data delivery cost
while securing and maximizing data revenues. In other words, it helps them
enter profitable mobile broadband,” Chowdhary added.


By deploying Nokia Siemens Networks’ packet core
solution, mobile broadband subscribers of Bharti Airtel, Datacom, Idea
Cellular, Tata Teleservices and Uninor enjoy better data connectivity. The
solution includes fair use policies that enable operators to deliver consistent
service quality to all subscribers, irrespective of their data usage.


Operators can also generate additional revenue by prioritizing
subscribers, services and applications with a ‘bandwidth on demand’ offering.
In addition, operators can launch and scale up services much faster to address
the exponential growth in data traffic as 3G gains popularity in India.


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