NSN launches TD-LTE hub

Nokia Siemens Networks has inaugurated a global delivery center in China, to help operators manage their TD-LTE services.
 
The new facility, locate in Henan, is also expected to provide tools, processes and resources to remotely manage mobile broadband networks for operators in China and around the world.
 
The delivery hub will provide technical consulting, network design, planning and optimization, systems integration, maintenance and managed services for operators.
 
Nokia Siemens added that the facility will also serve as a center of competence for TD-LTE technology in China, and provide remote service delivery using standardized and automated IT tools and processes. 

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