Tuesday, October 19, 2010

NSN and Qualcomm Show 50% More Efficient Signaling

Nokia Siemens announced that a "test was conducted .. [with] Flexi Multiradio Base Station and Radio Network Controller and Qualcomm's QSC7230 smartphone optimized chipset .. showed that operators with multivendor networks can benefit from Nokia Siemens Networks’ uniquely deployed Cell_PCH functionality that prolongs mobile device battery life and handles signaling up to 50% more efficiently. Nearly 100 operators worldwide have already deployed Nokia Siemens Networks’ Cell_PCH functionality."

See "Nokia Siemens Networks collaborates with Qualcomm to optimize smartphone performance" - here.

This kind of a follow-up to a previous announcement - "NSN CEO: “Finding ways to support the 10,000% increase in smartphone generated data traffic by 2015 is vital for operators worldwide” - here), although the test was conducted at Nokia Siemens Networks’ Smart Lab in Dallas rather the new facility in Madrid.

"The new Release 8 Fast Dormancy feature is designed to optimize the performance of both the wireless terminal and network," said Alex Katouzian, vice president of product management at Qualcomm CDMA Technologies. "It enables a consistent improvement in battery life and signaling efficiency on multivendor networks for a wide range of mobile broadband devices, such as smartphones, netbook/tablet PCs and laptops. The test clearly demonstrates the benefit of leading network vendors and terminal platform providers working together.

Related post - "Optimization Deployments (30): StarHub Uses Huawei to Reduce Network Signaling by 83%"- here.

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