Thursday, November 24, 2011

NSN CEO: "our signaling and data traffic management tools lead the field"

While it is sad to see 17,000 people leaving one of the biggest telecommunications vendors, it was interesting to hear (from the point of view of this blog) that Nokia Siemens Networks focus will be on mobile broadband (in which they say they are strong #2) and that intelligent signaling and data traffic management plays a major role in NSN's future.

The recent NSN announcement of Liquid Net which includes data traffic management (see "NSN Adds Intelligent Broadband Management" - here) is a major component of this new focus.
In his presentation (here) to the analysts and press community yesterday, NSN CEO Rajeev Suri (pictured), said that "the future is in mobile broadband & services .. the first leg of our strategy is end-to-end mobile network infrastructure and services with particular emphasis on mobile broadband .. we expect our [R&D] investment in mobile broadband to increase in coming years .. our goal is to provide the industry most efficient mobile networks, the intelligence to maximize the value of those networks .. our signaling and data traffic management tools lead the field".
Some of my posts related to the above items: 
  • Traffic Management:
    • Vendor Review: NSN Flexi-NG's DPI support - here
    • Allot Partners with NSN; Wins a 25M Subscribers Russian Fixed & Mobile Operator - here
    • NSN CEO: "DPI tools help manage networks effectively" - here
    • NSN: Policy based Traffic Management with Flexi NG + DPI" - here
  • Signaling:
    • NSN Helps Reducing Irrelevant Blackberry Signaling" - here
    • NSN and Qualcomm Show 50% More Efficient Signaling - here
    • NSN: Android and Blackberry Phones Overload Networks with Signaling - here
    • SFR Deploys NSN Cell_PCH Optimization Technology - here
    • NSN: New iPhone OS Saves Network Resources - here
  • Smarter networks - NSN Makes Wi-Fi Offloading Smarter - here

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