By Telecom Lead Team: Nokia Siemens Networks CEO Rajeev
Suri has outlined the transformational changes of the wireless equipment major
and focus areas in mobile broadband.
Addressing a press meet in Barcelona on the eve of Mobile
World Congress 2012, Rajeev Suri said the mobile broadband phase will be
followed by the era of sensors, that would embrace artificial intelligence,
machine to machine communication and intelligent applications that connect to
each other and interact autonomously.
These society-defining trends are fuelling the gigabyte
revolution that we believe will take us to one gigabyte per user per day by
2020, downloaded at speeds more than ten times those we have now,” Suri said.
Nokia Siemens is transforming fast to meet the
accelerating pace of change in the mobile telecommunications industry. Driving
innovation and efficiency would be the key to success in an industry facing
challenging economic times.
We believe that the future of this industry is mobility,
and that is why we are building the world’s mobile broadband specialist, with
the resources, expertise and investment necessary to lead our customers into
the gigabyte revolution,” Suri said.
Mobile industry is accelerating from a phase of
ubiquitous mobile broadband to a new economic model over the next five years,
characterized by near-field communications, mass gaming and mobile money, all
tied in to location services.
Nokia Siemens’ Liquid Net architecture has enabled the
company to secure an industry-leading 52 commercial LTE contracts, and customer
experience management tools.
Liquid Net seamlessly integrates all network components
and technologies from 2G to 3G to WiFi and LTE Advanced but also liberates
those network elements from the rigid structures of traditional architecture to
allow capacity to flow freely to where it is required.
Its customer experience management solution is a platform
that is able to collect, process and analyze customer data in real-time and
turn it into instantaneous insight of both customer behavior and technical
issues that might be damaging user experience. They are increasingly recognized
by operators as a direct and vital link to consumers – and as tools that can
have a positive effect on their top and bottom lines.