Monday, January 31, 2011

T-Mobile Netherlands Reduces Data Signaling by 30% with NSN Cell_PCH

Nokia Siemens Networks announced that "T-Mobile Netherlands has successfully improved the accessibility and quality of its network by significantly reducing its peak signaling traffic load to a more manageable level. The operator activated the paging channel feature within its network, making room for additional growth in voice and data traffic.

See "T-Mobile Netherlands improves smartphone user experience" - here.

“The number of smartphones on our network is very high. More than 50 percent of all data traffic in the Netherlands is processed by the T-Mobile network [4.5M subscribers]. Management of signaling traffic is imperative in the rapidly evolving mobile broadband landscape,” said Jan Kuijpers, technology director, T-Mobile Netherlands. “In the long run, excessive signaling can lead to network congestion and can have a negative impact on the quality of voice calls for all our subscribers. Nokia Siemens Networks’ Cell_PCH feature provides the ideal solution to avoid these negative impacts. This feature has been implemented across the Deutsche Telekom Group.”

See also:
  • SFR Deploys NSN Cell_PCH Optimization Technology - here
  • StarHub Uses Huawei to Reduce Network Signaling by 83% - here
  • NSN: New iPhone OS Saves Network Resources - here
  • NSN CEO: “Finding ways to support the 10,000% increase in smartphone generated data traffic by 2015 is vital for operators worldwide” - here

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