Nokia Siemens wins network deal in Slovenia

Nokia Siemens Networks has been chosen by the Slovenian operator T-2 Slovenia to supply a high-speed mobile network that will allow the operator to offer new top-quality multimedia and data services, a Nordic Business report said.

Nokia Siemens Networks will set up a complete 3G network based on W-CDMA technology, with a full range of solutions that allow data transfers at very high speeds in both directions, to the user and from the user, the report said.

Included in the deal is the MSC Server mobile softswitching solution with VoIP server functionality, as well as the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), which will enable T2 Slovenia to introduce new IP-based voice and multimedia services.

The contract also covers planning and implementation services, a network and service management system as well as the actual operation of the network by Nokia Siemens Networks.

The deal marks the first commercial implementation in Europe of an I-HSPA flat architecture solution from Nokia Siemens Networks, the company said.

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