Nokia Siemens wins new deal in Thailand

Nokia Siemens Networks has signed its inaugural fixed network deal with DTAC Network, a wholly owned subsidiary of Thai mobile operator DTAC.

Financial details of the deal however remain under wraps.

With Nokia Siemens Networks' International Gateway solution, DTAC Network aims to provide customers with affordable and high quality international services. This contract extends Nokia Siemens Networks' footprint in DTAC as its sole supplier for both wireless and fixed equipment.

The company is also awarded with a whole range of services and will provide project management, interoperability testing, network implementation, system integration and commissioning services as well as competence development training of personnel.

Additionally, Nokia Siemens Networks will support DTAC Network in maintaining the newly installed hard- and software, inclusive of emergency and hardware repair and replacement services.

The overall contract runs for five years.

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