Nokia Siemens wins deal in Indonesia

Nokia Siemens Networks won a deal to modernize Indonesian operator Telkomsel's network.

The company said it will provide to Release 4 architecture with its MSC Server System mobile softswitch solution, as part of the network deal.

Nokia Siemens Networks said the solution will help the operator to reduce operating expenses while expanding communications services.

Under the three-year frame work agreement, Nokia Siemens Networks will deploy the latest generation softswitch across Indonesia, the company added.

Nokia Siemens Networks will start to deliver its solutions and services in May 2008.

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